From speaking with your college counselor, to touring campuses and getting an acceptance letter, things can move fast during the college application process, that’s why we created the Counseling Calendar. This list of important milestones throughout your college application process will ensure that you’re prepared before any deadlines approach.

January
Junior College Night

January – February
Schedule first meeting with your college counselor. Register on Naviance and complete surveys.

February
Begin College Essay work in English Class.

March – April
Schedule second meeting with your college counselor. Complete resume on Naviance.

March
Spring Break: Go visit colleges!

Late April
BISCCA Fair – Milton Academy 

May – June
Schedule third meeting with your college counselor. Write autobiography.

Early May
NACAC National College Fair in Boston.

Mid May 
NEACAC College Fairs at various colleges in MA.

Late May
CTCL College Fair in Boston.
Schedule last junior meeting with college counselor and finalize summer plans.

August 1
The Common Application is released on www.commonapp.org. Start it!

Late August
College Counseling Bootcamp: a week-long deep dive into the college application process. This really gives rising seniors a helpful head start.

September
Completed copy of the Common Application due to your counselor.

October
ED/EA/Rolling applications completed and transcript requests submitted.

November
Applications completed for any December deadlines, and December transcript requests submitted.

December
All applications completed and transcript requests submitted before Winter Break.

January – April
Decisions received.

May 1
Deposit at your chosen college.

A sample of colleges and universities that visit us each year:

Lynn University
Connecticut College
Centre College
Simmons College
Johnson & Wales University
Cazenovia College
Wheaton College MA
McDaniel College
Wheelock College
The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University
College of the Holy Cross
Michigan State University
Lasell College
Champlain College
Colby College
Washington College
Bryant University
Fairfield University
Nichols College
Becker College
George Mason University
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Saint Anselm College
Goucher College
Boston College
Salve Regina University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
University of New Haven
Curry College
Regis College
Washington and Jefferson College
Manhattanville College
Roanoke College
St. Lawrence University
Endicott College
University of Southern Maine
High Point University
Lesley University
Sacred Heart University
Wells College
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Wittenberg University
Sewanee: The University of the South
Saint Joseph's College-ME
The Catholic University of America
Emmanuel College
Franklin Pierce University

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