Helena College University of Montana is a public two-year college focused on providing access to lifelong educational opportunities. Central to its mission is enhancing student persistence by aligning student support programs and reducing barriers to access and success.
First graders are preparing college wish lists. Fourth graders are taking campus tours. Recent news stories about college and career readiness programs in middle and even elementary schools have intensified the debate about how soon might be too soon to plan for life after high school. Parents ask all the time: When should my child start planning for college?
While College Signing Day is a great opportunity to show support for students, many schools across the country keep the programming going beyond College Signing Day. For example, Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., nurtures a college-going culture throughout the school year. Here are three things they are doing that might spark ideas at your school.
Thoughts from Ellen Wagner, Hobsons' Vice President of Research, on her closing panel remarks at the 2016 Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting.
We’re committed to ensuring that all students have the opportunity to explore their interests, consider a wide range of options, and develop the skills they need to be successful in school and in life. That is why we’ve launched Naviance for Elementary School, a new digital exploration tool to help students in grades K-5 explore the connection between their interests and long-term academic and life goals.
Hobsons is a proud sponsor and participant at the 2016 ASU GSV Summit. The ASU GSV Summit brings together thousands of entrepreneurs, business leaders, educators, policymakers, philanthropists, and university and district leaders to accelerate innovation and shape the future of learning.
If you're attending the HLC, please plan to join us for the Closing Panel Tuesday, April 19, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.; Grand Ballroom C-F, Gold Level, East Tower.
Here are five reasons you should register for Hobsons University today!
It’s National Volunteer Week in the United States and Canada, so a wide array of organizations are hosting special events to promote volunteerism and engage local residents. The goal is to raise awareness about needs in our communities and encourage volunteerism year-round.
This week, NAGAP, The Association for Graduate Enrollment Management, will bring more than 900 higher education leaders together at the 2016 NAGAP Annual Conference in Nashville, Tenn., for several days of hearing from dynamic speakers, networking, and sharing best practice around the changing landscape of graduate admissions and enrollment management.
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