Eller's College Connection E-Newsletter Series

Designed for Busy Students and Even Busier Parents

Even the most organized students and parents can feel overwhelmed by the many facets involved in the college application process.

 

Wouldn't it be nice if someone would send you a monthly list of what high students and their parents need to know and to do, so that everyone could keep on schedule?  

 

Well, someone can do just that. Eller's College Connection offers a series of grade-appropriate e-newsletters that not only discuss what parents and students in any given grade should be doing that year--but also what they should be doing that very month.

 

By just subscribing to the Eller's College Connection E-News Series, you receive the information you need, when you need it. My monthly e-newsletters guide you and your aspiring college applicant through the maze of registrations, applications, and deadlines that litter the college application path. 

 

My monthly E-News takes away much of the doubt (“What should I be doing?”) and nagging (“What should my child be doing?”) at each step along the way and provides your child with monthly assignments and tasks. Even if you decide not to purchase any of my other services offered here, the Eller's College Connection e-news subscription will give you the peace of mind and focus of direction that you need to make it through the college application process.

 

Register today to receive a FREE trial issue. If you find the information helpful and valuable, then subscribe to the series. Pick the grade level that fits your needs, and I'll take care of the rest. Not only will you receive a great deal of timely information, you will also receive a great deal of peace of mind.

 

 

 

 

 

Eller's College Connection E-News Series

Newsletter: Senior Year

Number of Issues: 10 Issues       

Delivered Electronically: Each month from August through May

Each newsletter includes        

  • Tips and strategies for that month
  • A different college/university focus/spotlight
  • All important upcoming dates and deadlines
  • Senior Year newsletters include features on the following:
  • August: Standardized Testing: Part II
  • September: Applications 101
  • October: Essay Writing: Part II -- College Specific
  • November: Letters of Recommendation: Part II (senior year)
  • December: Scholarships -- Where to look and for what
  • January: Financial Aid -- FAFSA, Profile and Need-based Aid
  • February: Updating your applications
  • March: Arranging for one last visit
  • April: Decision Time -- Choosing among good choices
  • May: What to do if you're Wait Listed

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Newsletter: Senior Year

$60.00

Number of Issues: 10 Issues       

Delivered Electronically: Each month from August through May

Each newsletter includes        

  • Tips and strategies for that month
  • A different college/university focus/spotlight
  • All important upcoming dates and deadlines
  • Senior Year newsletters include features on the following:
  • August: Standardized Testing: Part II
  • September: Applications 101
  • October: Essay Writing: Part II -- College Specific
  • November: Letters of Recommendation: Part II (senior year)
  • December: Scholarships -- Where to look and for what
  • January: Financial Aid -- FAFSA, Profile and Need-based Aid
  • February: Updating your applications
  • March: Arranging for one last visit
  • April: Decision Time -- Choosing among good choices
  • May: What to do if you're Wait Listed

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Newsletter: Junior Year

Number of Issues: 10

Delivered Electronically: Each month from August through May

Each newsletter includes        

  • Tips and strategies for students and parents for that particular month
  • Information on a different college/university each month
  • All important upcoming dates and deadlines
  • Junior Year newsletters include features on the following topics: (examples only)
  • August: The junior year at a glance
  • September: Activities, Leadership, Service: Part II
  • October: Standardized Testing: Now it's for real
  • November: Developing criteria for your best fit colleges
  • December: 2nd Semester Schedules & Academic enrichment
  • January: Crafting a long list of colleges
  • February: Know thyself and letting others know you, too
  • March: Spring Break: Time to visit colleges
  • April: Letters of Recommendation: Part I (junior year)
  • May: College Essay Writing: Part I 

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Newsletter: Junior Year

$60.00

Number of Issues: 10

Delivered Electronically: Each month from August through May

Each newsletter includes        

  • Tips and strategies for students and parents for that particular month
  • Information on a different college/university each month
  • All important upcoming dates and deadlines
  • Junior Year newsletters include features on the following topics: (examples only)
  • August: The junior year at a glance
  • September: Activities, Leadership, Service: Part II
  • October: Standardized Testing: Now it's for real
  • November: Developing criteria for your best fit colleges
  • December: 2nd Semester Schedules & Academic enrichment
  • January: Crafting a long list of colleges
  • February: Know thyself and letting others know you, too
  • March: Spring Break: Time to visit colleges
  • April: Letters of Recommendation: Part I (junior year)
  • May: College Essay Writing: Part I 

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Newsletter: Sophomore Year

Number of Issues: 6

Delivered Electronically: Bi-monthly from August through June

Each newsletter includes         

  • Tips and strategies for students and parents for that particular month
  • Information on a different college/university each month
  • All important upcoming dates and deadlines
  • Sophomore Year newsletters include features on the following topics: (examples only)
  • August/September: The sophomore year at a glance
  • October/November: Activities, Leadership, Service: Part I
  • December/January: Summer Enrichment: Part II
  • February/March: Planning your junior year schedule
  • April/May: Standardized Testing: For whom? Which test? When?
  • June/July: The importance of Service and Leadership

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Newsletter: Sophomore Year

$36.00

Number of Issues: 6

Delivered Electronically: Bi-monthly from August through June

Each newsletter includes         

  • Tips and strategies for students and parents for that particular month
  • Information on a different college/university each month
  • All important upcoming dates and deadlines
  • Sophomore Year newsletters include features on the following topics: (examples only)
  • August/September: The sophomore year at a glance
  • October/November: Activities, Leadership, Service: Part I
  • December/January: Summer Enrichment: Part II
  • February/March: Planning your junior year schedule
  • April/May: Standardized Testing: For whom? Which test? When?
  • June/July: The importance of Service and Leadership

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Newsletter: Freshman Year

Number of Issues: 6

Delivered Electronically: Bi-Monthly from August through June

Each newsletter includes         

  • Tips and strategies for students and parents for that particular month
  • Information on a different college/university each month
  • All important upcoming dates and deadlines
  • Freshman Year newsletters include features on the following topics: (examples only)
  • August/September: The freshman year at a glance
  • October/November: Getting Involved at school and beyond
  • December/January: Summer Enrichment: Part I 
  • February/March: Planning your sophomore year schedule
  • April/May: 5 Things Every Freshman Should Know about College Admissions

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Newsletter: Freshman Year

$36.00

Number of Issues: 6

Delivered Electronically: Bi-Monthly from August through June

Each newsletter includes         

  • Tips and strategies for students and parents for that particular month
  • Information on a different college/university each month
  • All important upcoming dates and deadlines
  • Freshman Year newsletters include features on the following topics: (examples only)
  • August/September: The freshman year at a glance
  • October/November: Getting Involved at school and beyond
  • December/January: Summer Enrichment: Part I 
  • February/March: Planning your sophomore year schedule
  • April/May: 5 Things Every Freshman Should Know about College Admissions

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Newsletter: Grade 8

Number of Issues: 4

Delivered Electronically: Quarterly from August through June

Each newsletter includes        

  • Tips and strategies for students and parents for that particular month
  • Information on a different college/university each month
  • Important information for middle school parents/students
  • 8th Grade newsletters include features on the following topics: (examples only)
  • Fall: The 8th grade year at a glance
  • Winter: Should you take the SAT?
  • Spring: How to pick the high school that is best for you 
  • Summer: Planning your freshman year schedule

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Newsletter: Grade 8

$24.00

Number of Issues: 4

Delivered Electronically: Quarterly from August through June

Each newsletter includes        

  • Tips and strategies for students and parents for that particular month
  • Information on a different college/university each month
  • Important information for middle school parents/students
  • 8th Grade newsletters include features on the following topics: (examples only)
  • Fall: The 8th grade year at a glance
  • Winter: Should you take the SAT?
  • Spring: How to pick the high school that is best for you 
  • Summer: Planning your freshman year schedule

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