School Counselors’ Blog

NWU expands support for your school’s low-income students.

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College-going rates among high school graduates declined across the board this fall, new data from Clearinghouse show. This drop was especially pronounced across low-income and high-poverty high schools and high schools with many Black and Hispanic students.

Connect your top students to NWU’s “full-ride scholarship”

In some ways, the Huge-NWU Scholarship is exactly what it looks like. Yes, it’s a “huge” scholarship. But it’s more than that.

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NACAC rules may change. Our core principles don’t.

In response to pressure from the U.S. Department of Justice, the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) made significant changes to its Code of Ethics and Professional Practice.

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This is NWU’s approach to scholarships

At NWU, our scholarships reflect our values. We invest in strong academics. We also reward engagement and participation.

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NWU raised $67.5 M for your students’ success

More people are choosing Nebraska Wesleyan University than ever before.

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Welcome back

Welcome back! For you, back to school is all about your students’ goals. And we created this blog to help you in your work.

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