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College Board Forum Throught the Eyes of a “Newbie”
"I’m thrilled to be in Chicago... I’m learning about the power of this community of passionate, dedicated people working and collaborating towards a common goal: clearing a path for students to own their future."

New resources are available to help school counselors and college access advisors assist students during the college admission process.

The Council of National School Counseling and College Access Organizations has launched a new website ( containing tools for college advising.

The Atlantic Interviews SAT Proctor of 53 Years
Adrienne Green, assistant editor at The Atlantic, interviewed Robert Rorison, who administered the SAT at Abington Senior High School in Pennsylvania for 53 years.
Higher Ed members should consider completing the Institute of International Education's Hot Topics Survey before the submission deadline of October 25.
College Board Announces PowerFAIDS 22.0
PowerFAIDS 22.0, the College Board’s best-in-class higher education financial aid management system, is now available—ready for FAFSA and CSS Profile 2017-18.
Register now! Trends in Higher Education Webcast

Sandy Baum and Jennifer Ma, co-authors of Trends in College Pricing and Trends in Student Aid, will discuss the latest findings from the 2016 reports at the College Board Forum in Chicago. Watch the webcast on Oct. 26, 1:15-2:15 p.m. CT. Register Now!

California Adopts Uniform AP Credit Policy for Community Colleges
Thanks to law AB1985, California community colleges will now award general education course credits for Advanced Placement exam scores of 3 or higher.
Share your knowledge at the 2017 A Dream Deferred and Prepárate Conferences
We are seeking proposals for the 2017 A Dream Deferred™: The Future of African American Education and the Prepárate™: Educating Latinos for the Future of America conferences.
White House Honors Three College Board Partners
On September 30, three College Board partners—Kim Cook, Nicole Hurd, and Daniel Porterfield—were named “White House Champions of Change for College Opportunity.”