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The Mission of College Clinic
Transitioning students and parents into college and
beyond through academic preparedness,
financial literacy, and basic life skills.
To the College Clinic Community,
On behalf of all of us at College Clinic, I hope this message finds you and your loved ones safe and with high spirits during this time. The Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) continues to challenges us all – both professionally and personally, and during this time, the strength of College Clinic’s mission to shine in our community. As COVID-19 has disrupted our plans for finishing out the school year together, our students – especially Class of 2020, who needs us the most.
Since 2004, College Clinic has been transitioning students and parents into college and beyond through academic preparedness, financial literacy, and basic life skills.
We have been closely monitoring the developments of COVID-19 and following the recommendations from the public health officials. As of Friday, March 13, 2020, we made the decision to suspend in-person programs and services until further notice.
All of our college-bound resources are now available – at no cost, on our digital campus called, College Clinic eSchool so students can have free access to the curriculum and materials necessary for college admissions.
Since then, College Clinic has been working diligently with our partners to provide college-bound resources to our families. Our College Clinic team has been working hard to ensure our students and parents have access to information and programs during our closure.
When we resume normal business activities, we know that many students and families will still feel the burden of college planning. The financial impacts on our students and families preparing for college will continue long past the resolution of the virus.
College Clinic and our community partners are dedicated to supporting the needs of students and parents during these current events to help you get over the finish line to graduation and college admissions.
College Clinic's State of the Student Address
Sunday, March 29th at 7:30PM (Eastern)
State of the Student Address Topics of Discussion:
Free College-Bound Resources Digital Library
How to Negotiate Tuition
National College Signing Day for Class of 2020
Q & A for Student & Parents
3 WAYS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE STATE OF THE STUDENT ADDRESS
2) By Telephone: 646-876-9923 Webinar ID: 848 491 489
3) Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/CollegeClinic
For our College Clinic community looking for a way to support the goal of college readiness, the most immediate thing to do is to attend the State of the Student Address on Sunday, March 29th.
Together, we will get through this.
Thank you for your ongoing support of our students and families.
To download this letter in Spanish, please click here.
Brandi Rae Hicks
CEO – College Encouragement Officer