The William Floyd High School Counseling Center recently held its large On-Site College Admissions Day, the third and final on-site event this school year that give students the opportunity to have one-on-one meetings with admissions counselors from various local colleges and universities. Students were able to have their transcripts and applications evaluated, as well as discuss their specific goals and what each institution has to offer. Thanks to the work of the high school counseling center, 305 William Floyd High School seniors have met with college representatives this school year.
Additionally, four colleges – St. Joseph’s College, Long Island University, SUNY Fredonia, and Mercy College – confirmed that $308,500 in scholarships have been offered to deserving students should they choose to attend those institutions, with more scholarship money from other colleges pending. Other colleges and universities in attendance included SUNY Farmingdale, SUNY Old Westbury, Molloy College, SUNY Delhi, SUNY Brockport, Hunter Business School, Five Towns College, SUNY Albany, Suffolk Community College, Eastern Suffolk BOCES and recruiters from the U.S. Army, Navy and Marines.
This On-Site College Admissions Day was held during National School Counseling Week, held during the first week of February, designated to recognize and highlight the tremendous impact that school counselors have in helping students achieve success in school and plan for a future career.
- WF High School