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College Bound Eprofiles

Visit the following Web page: www.collegeboundeprofiles.com

You must be at least 14 years of age to register for College Bound Eprofiles

Have you created your eProfiles account yet?

If not, come see your Academic Advisor at: SJHS Career Center on Tuesdays 8:30 am to 2:00 pm or Thursdays 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm or email questions to eaceves@msjc.edu

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The most efficient and effective program for low-income underrepresented high school students to attain access to college.


 

 

Prepared and Ready to Be Seen 

Hundreds of thousands of low-income, underrepresented high school students participate in college preparatory programs throughout the country. Students prepare for college, but seldom get the opportunity to showcase themselves to colleges and universities. College Bound eProfiles is the solution hundreds of qualified college preparatory programs are using to connect their students with post-secondary educational opportunities.

Today, tens of thousands of low-income, underrepresented high school students are using College Bound eProfiles to search for and connect with colleges and universities. By building an ePAQ (electronic profile), students are able to showcase their high school accomplishments.

Endless Possibilities
Two-year, four-year, associates or bachelors, our students are being connected directly with admissions and diversity offices at more than 3,500 colleges and universities. College Bound eProfiles evaluates a students' academic ability and matches the student with schools that offer the field of study the student is interested in and an environment where they can succeed. Most importantly, College Bound eProfiles connects the student with decision makers at the institutions of their choice; a connection that will initiate a communication which will ultimately lead to a better match for both the student and the school.