Understanding College Admissions – Free Webinar

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By Education Today

Posted on October 17, 2022


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Parents of high school graduates pursuing college have a number of challenges, including how to choose the best institution, how the application process works, and how standardized tests are administered. Free programs are available during this week’s Virtual College Week, which is being hosted by Fusion Education Group (FEG). There will be activities from October 17 until October 21. All high school families across the nation are welcome to participate in FEG’s Fall Virtual College Week for free. Among the speakers are representatives from colleges with a clear mission, college admissions counselors, and specialists in higher education and standardized testing.

“From FAFSA to admissions, families have many questions,” said Stafford Slick, FEG Director of Post-Secondary Counseling. “We’ve consistently heard from families attending our spring and fall college week, that the speakers provided them with useful information that helped them support their students’ post-secondary journey.” Personalized education is a field that Fusion Education Group (FEG) has pioneered. More than 5,000 middle and high school students receive accredited personalized education from FEG through Fusion Academy, which has 80 campuses and offers one-to-one instruction, Barnstable Academy, which provides traditional college prep in a small school setting in New Jersey, and Fusion Global Academy, which provides one-to-one personalized education through a completely virtual campus and currently serves students from all 50 states and 35 additional countries.