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Alumni Services
Boston Collegiate's support services do not end when students graduate from high school. BCCS is committed to providing our alumni with various services that will help them to navigate and succeed in college, finance college, transfer to different colleges, and stay connected to members of the BCCS community. Further, we believe in our students no matter what path they choose and want them to feel welcome and find support whenever they return to our doors.

Financial Aid Support
College and University Transfers and Re-Entry
Stay Connected
Events
Visit Us
Support BCCS

Financial Aid Support

BCCS alumni in need of financial aid support are able to use the services provided by uAspire (formerly ACCESS). Financial aid is constantly changing, but uAspire is Boston's leader in financial aid advising and scholarships. The staff at uAspire is available to assist you with your needs.

To learn more about uAspire, check out their website:
http://www.uaspireusa.org/

Further, BCCS has our very own financial aid support one day a week to help current students, families, and alumni in the difficult and often confusing financial aid process. Alumni should contact Mr. David Leopold, our financial aid advisor, via email at davidl@uaspireusa.org. Mr. Leopold enjoys helping students with the process and is happy to answer your questions.

College and University Transfers and Re-Entry

Many alumni face the difficult decision of transferring colleges, and it is a tedious and overwhelming process to handle alone. If you are considering your options for the future - whether that is transferring colleges, changing careers, or starting in higher education - we are here to help! BCCS alumni who are considering transferring from one college to another or who would like to re-enroll should contact Mr. Clark.

Stay Connected

BCCS maintains a Facebook page for all BCCS alumni including friends of BCCS or students who left before graduation. This is our main point of contact in posting events, keeping in touch or sharing announcements. If you aren't already a friend of BCCS, sign up now: search for Boston Collegiat (no "e") on Facebook, and request us as a "friend." Each graduating class has their own group for you to join and access. Keep in touch with your friends and receive updates about BCCS all while using this easy social networking tool.

Events

Throughout the year, BCCS invites alumni back for various workshops, events, and celebrations. We rely on our alumni to share their words of wisdom with current juniors and seniors as they deal with the pressures of figuring out their plans for the future. In the fall, we have our annual tradition of hosting an alumni panel for high school students to ask questions. In the spring, we invite alumni back to go over any final concerns with our graduating seniors during a "transition to college" workshop. Other events include a summer barbecue, class reunions, the Career Symposium, and graduation. All events are continually posted and updated on our Facebook page. If you are interested in planning an event or attending an event, please contact Mr. Clark

Visit Us!

One of the best ways to network and stay connected to BCCS is to visit us, tell us about your experiences, inspire current BCCS students, and inquire about ways we can support you! You are always welcome to stop by, but planning a visit helps us to accommodate your visit and for you to get the most out of it. Please contact Mr. Clark or Ms. Ogundipe to plan arrange your visit.

Support BCCS!

There are many ways you can offer your support to BCCS. We are always in need of volunteers for various programming or daily needs such as tutoring or after school activities. If you would prefer to make a financial contribution, your donation will go towards maintaining our promise to prepare all students for college. If you are interested in donating your time or money, please contact development@bostoncollegiate.org.
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