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Age 16-18
Cost Free
Program type After School, Summer, Weekend, Year Round
Meets Access Program: 10 One-Hour Meetings With Each High School Senior. Usually 6-7 Meetings During The Summer And Fall, And 3 Or 4 More Between January And May. Success Program: Begin The Summer Prior To A Student's College Enrollment. Students Typically Meet With Their Counselor 2-4 Times In-Person Per Semester, Usually On Campus
Contact us Jcampbell@Bottomline.Org
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Mission

Our mission is to help low income, first generation students get into college, graduate from college, and go far in life.

Activities

"Our students receive one-on-one guidance from their Bottom Line counselor throughout the college application and decision process, beginning as early as June of their junior year. Students have the support and the experienced guidance they require to make a smart decision about attending college. While the services Bottom Line provides differ depending on individual needs, our counselors always help students:

Build a balanced college list
Brainstorm, write, and revise essays
Submit college applications on time
Apply for financial aid
Search for scholarships
Review financial aid packages
Resolve any problems that arise
Select a college that is a good match based on affordability and student fit"

Eligibility

Must Be: Low-Income, First-Generation College Students, Us Citizens/Permanent Residents/Refugees/Asylees, 80+ Gpa (75+ In Special Cases), Motivated To Attend A 4-Year College

How to apply

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