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Florida Virtual Campus launches new college success series this spring

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Florida Virtual Campus launches new college success series this spring

The Florida Virtual Campus will launch a new College Success Series starting this April. The FloridaShines College Success Series will take place each Wednesday at 3 p.m. EST in April, and provide a live, interactive, online experience for high school juniors and seniors and their parents. The Florida Virtual Campus is managed by the University of West Florida Division of Research and Strategic Innovation.

“The College Success Series will have information on everything students need to get ready for college,” said Nashla Dawahre, assistant director of advising and student services. “The podcast style webinars will focus on a range of several different subjects from college admissions to financial aid to career planning.”

The College Success Series is free and open to Florida high school juniors and seniors and parents seeking information on preparing for college, including where to go, what degree to earn and how to pay for it.

College Success Series sessions will include:

April 4, 2018

Explore Meta-Majors, with an expert from the Florida College System

April 11, 2018

Find My College, with an expert in admissions from one of Florida’s top universities

April 18, 2018

Pay for School, with an expert from Florida’s Office of Financial Assistance

April 25, 2018

Discover Your Career, with an expert from MyCareerShines

For more information, or to register, visit www.floridashines.org.

About Florida Virtual Campus: The Florida Virtual Campus (FLVC), a Complete Florida Plus program, is made up of several units which provide statewide innovative educational services for Florida’s K-adult students. Working collaboratively with Florida’s 12 public universities, 28 public colleges, K-12 school districts, and other partners, FLVC provides state-funded services to help students go to college, succeed in school, prepare for career success, and thrive in life after graduation.

 

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