Forum on Collegiate Success
Essential Tools for an Important Transition
Across the country, on the vibrant campuses of some of our most distinguished universities, the Forum on Collegiate Success offers high school students the chance to experience college firsthand, in the company of the peers who will soon join them, while learning the skills and habits that will allow them to make the most of their college investment.
- Students will engage in extensive workshops designed to help them find the schools and majors that best fit their interests, aptitudes and expectations.
- Each three-day program will immerse students in the college experience, including living and eating at the dorms and attending classes on campus.
- Students will learn essential but often overlooked skills they will need for college, including using financial aid responsibly, making use of office hours for one-on-one help, maintaining a manageable schedule, and dealing with stress.
The transition from high school to college can be stressful and disorienting for even for the most disciplined high school graduate. The Forum on Collegiate Success ensures that participants are ready for the change ahead of them, with reasonable expectations, and the tools to succeed from day one. Students will return home with an understanding of how college works, how to take advantage of all the opportunities offered, and how to avoid the most common problems during the freshmen experience.
Space in this program is limited and will be filled in the order in which students enroll, so enroll now or, for more detailed program information, visit our dedicated website at www.nylf.org/cs today.
"Spending a week listening to some of the brightest minds in the legal field, being guided by the smartest Faculty Advisers and being surrounded by smart, motivated students was such a unique opportunity. NYLF was not only enlightening, it was unbelievably fun."
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