Welcome

Hello and Welcome to the APRCHS College Office Website!

Please use the website to help you in your college search and check back often for updates. The college admissions process is a fast moving process and can be very overwhelming and confusing. Don�t let an opportunity pass you by because you were not aware of what is happening around you and what you need to get done to complete your college search and applications.


College Office Personnel
College Advisor Mr. Dennis Brennan x1062
College Office Secretary Ms. Melissa Bastian x1062
Volunteer   Settlement College Readiness Program
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College Application Procedures
SUNY and CUNY applications must be turned into the College Office. Bring your completed application in a stamped, addressed envelope to Ms. Bastain, who will add your transcript.

Private and Out-of-state school applications can be mailed on your own, but if there is a Secondary School Report or Counselor Recommendation form, you must bring those to the College Office 3 weeks BEFORE the deadline date

Important Deadlines
SUNY Applications: Suggested deadline was November 17th, but it is not too late!!
Bring your SUNY applications to the College Office ASAP so you can get the school of your choice. The sooner you turn it in, the more chances you have at getting in to the school of your choice.

CUNY Applications: December 15th
CUNY representatives will be in the College Office on Thursday Dec. 4th to help you fill out your CUNY application! Let�s get those turned in ASAP! Again, the sooner you turn it in, the more chances you have at getting in to the school of your choice.

****Please be sure of the order that you list the schools on your CUNY application. You will be accepted to the first school that you qualify for, and the next two that you qualify for, based on preference order. You will ONLY be accepted to the first three choices that you list if you qualify for those top three***

FAFSA
The paper version of FAFSA is now available! Pick one up in the College Office. It is preferable for you to fill out the Online FAFSA, but use a paper one to practice on.

Before you begin filling out the Online FAFSA, go to the FAFSA PIN Registration site so you AND your parent can get a Personal Identification Number to sign your FAFSA. Once you have your PIN, after January 1st, and once your parents have received their W-2 income tax forms, you can fill out the Online FAFSA.

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