Virtual College Information
UMass Dartmouth Presentation
There will be a half-hour presentation from an admissions counselor at UMass Dartmouth on Friday, March 5th at 3:00pm. She’ll discuss information about applying to the school, programs they have to offer, and will answer any questions you might have. Please sign the google form below if you’re interested in attending, and I’ll send you the Zoom link before the presentation.
Bristol Community College Information
Is anyone interested in Bristol Community College? If so, admissions counselor Jennie Moniz will be holding another information session on Wednesday, February 3rd at 3:00. After you sign up on the Google Form below, you'll receive an e-mail with a link to attend the virtual presentation.
Also, if you're unable to attend the presentation with Jennie, feel free to set up an appointment with her for a phone call to discuss your application, please sign up at the link below.
Lincoln Technical Institute
Any students, from any grade, who are interested in furthering your education to work as a Medical Office Assistant, Dental Assistant, Massage Therapist, or a Computer Systems Support Technician….be sure to check out the Lincoln Technical Institute virtual presentation on February 9th at 3:00 pm. Check out the flyer for a registration link and a link to attend the presentation. CLICK HERE for more information!
UMass Dartmouth College Now Program
If you’re interested in applying to UMass Dartmouth, but you might not have the grades needed to attend a four-year school…consider applying through College Now. If you’re the first in your family to go to college, or your family has a low-income status, please contact Laurajane Fitzsimons, the admissions counselor for this program. There is a link below to set up a virtual appointment with her to lean more information about College Now.
UMass Dartmouth College Now Program for Alternate Admissions: The College Now program is for any major, but you must meet certain eligibility criteria. Every applicant must be either a U.S. citizen or a permanent U.S. resident, and have a minimum high school GPA of 2.0.
You are required to complete a personal interview through College Now prior to an admission decision.
Applicants must also satisfy one of the following criteria:
- low-income status (as defined by federal guidelines)
- first generation to complete a 4-year degree