College admission and financial aid news for students, parents, and educators.

NACAC (National Association for College Admission Counseling) is hosting free virtual and in-person college fairs during the winter and spring. These fairs are very well attended by colleges located throughout the country and abroad. They provide an ideal opportunity for students to learn more about their schools of interest. To register for a college fair, please click here.

TeenLife is offering multiple virtual summer opportunities and gap year fairs in February, March and April. Registration for the events is required. To learn more, click here.

Colleges That Change Lives (CTCL) will be offering information sessions and colleges fairs throughout the US beginning in March.

Ashland High School will host the MetroWest College & Career Fair on March 16. Students will be able to meet with college admission officers as well as representatives from various professions.

Lincoln Sudbury Regional High School will host a spring college fair on March 16. Students and families will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from colleges, as well as gap year and internship programs. To learn more, click here.

The Education Cooperative is hosting a college fair at Westwood High School on March 27.

Explore, discover, pursue. Families are welcome to explore various post-secondary programs that can help students get ready for rewarding careers. The fair is happening on March 27 from 6:30–8:00 PM located at Newton South High School. Click here for further information and to pre-register.

Coalition for College is offering multiple panel discussions and workshops this winter covering a wide range of topics related to the college search and application process. All events are free. Parents and students are encouraged to attend.

MEFA’s (Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority) programs are currently being offered virtually and provide age-specific information about planning, saving and paying for college.

GO Overseas is hosting free webinars this semester. Attend an event and learn about diverse gap year opportunities available for teens. To learn more, click here.