Ready for College

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Free, Online Workshops

Reg​​ister ​for SAT/workshops, classes held 4-5:15PM​​
Prep for the February 12, 2022 ACT​​
  • Session 1, Jan 10 - English Fundamentals& Test-Taking Techniques
  • Session 2, Jan 12 - Math Fundamentals& Test-Taking Techniques
  • Session 3, Jan 19 - Reading Fundamentals& Test-Taking Techniques
  • Session 4, Jan 24 - Science Fundamentals& Test-Taking Techniques
  • Session 5, Jan 26 - Practice Test Review
  • Session 6, Jan 31 - English& Reading Practice Test Review
  • Session 7, Feb 2 - Math& Science Practice Test Review
  • Session 8, Feb 7 - Smart Test-Day Strategies: Putting It All Together

Register​ for College Readiness Workshops
  • Dec. 7 - College Planning for Student Athletes
  • Dec. 9 - Broward College Transfer/Associates Degree Program​*
  • Dec. 14 - How to Apply for College?
  • Dec. 21 - How to Apply for Scholarships?
  • Dec. 28 ​- Let's complete the FAFSA together​
2022
  • Jan. 4 - How to Craft a Winning Scholarship Essay​​
  • Jan. 11 - Featured Scholarships for High School Students
  • Jan. 18 - Financial Literacy for College Bound Students
  • Jan. 25 - Next Steps After the College Application Process
  • Feb. 1 - Financial Aid Breakdown for College Bound Students
  • Feb. 8 - How to Apply for College Scholarships?
  • Feb. 10 - Broward College Bachelors Program*
  • Feb. 15 - 10 Ways to Earn Florida Bright Futures Scholarship
  • Feb. 22 - What is the FAFSA and Who Should Apply?
*Workshops presented by Broward College

Success Tips​
To build a better understanding of test preparation importance, students will be assigned daily homework. Access daily homework at AffordableCollegeSolutions.com. For program effectiveness, student participants should attend every session. Parents and guardians are encouraged to have their teen attend each session and complete each homework assignment.

College Student Online Resources:
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​​​Library Foundation and Broward College​​​​​​ featu​re comprehensive workshops presented by The Scholarship Plug and Alberto Howe, founder of AffordableCollegeSolutions.com and former executive director of The Princeton Review.​