College Admissions Planning


    Register now for a free webinar:
    College Admission Tips
    Wednesday, May 12 | 7pm ET Register Now
    Panelists Include: Fabrizio D’Aloisio, University of Tennessee-Knoxville; Collin Palmer, The University of Toledo; and Joseph Posillico, New York Institute of Technology
    Thursday, May 13 | 8pm ET Register Now
    Panelists Include: Brian Armstrong, Texas Southern University; Jean Cox, Saint Louis University; and Derek DuBose, University of Denver
    During this webinar we’ll demystify the admissions process and you’ll gain valuable insights directly from admission professionals.
    Topics will include:
    Importance of high school academic choices
    To take the ACT/SAT, or not
    Applying to colleges
    Essays and letters of recommendation
    Campus visits: in-person and virtual
    Your online presence
    Space is limited, so please register early!





    MEFA is hosting  important workshops designed to look at the College Admissions Process overview.  


    To register for either of this go to MEFA Events


    Common App




    NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION FOR COLLEGE ADMISSION COUNSELING PO Box 639, Feeding Hills, MA 01030 • Telephone: 603-367-3292 • Fax: 603-947-6400 


    The New England Association for College Admission Counseling invites you to visit our virtual Spring College Fair.  

    Admission Representatives from more than 180 Institutions will be available LIVE during the following  dates and times: 

    Wednesday, April 14th from 7-8:30 pm EST 

    Sunday, May 16th from 1-3:00 pm EST 

    The College Fair website will continue to be available to you as a resource through May 31, 2021. We  encourage you to come back and visit throughout the spring for new information and presentations! 

    Registration for the College Fair is required, but it is FREE! To register, please visit:  https://neacac.swoogo.com/NEACACVirtual_Spring.  

    Should you have any questions along the way, please contact NEACAC at admin@neacac.org.  

    With best wishes for a successful search,  

    The New England Association for College Admission Counseling