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2009 collegefish flier


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2009 collegefish flier

  1. 1. – helping students make the leap from two-year to four-year schools. is a web-based transfer planning program designed especially for community college students by Phi Theta Kappa. HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COLLEGEFISH.ORG: Phi Theta Kappa members may access and its wide array of resources without charge. Encourage your members to use the password they received via email when they accepted membership, to update their profiles and find their ideal four-year college or university, and scholarships! Members may log onto to access a complete listing of all transfer scholarships designed for Society members only. More than $36 million in scholarships is offered annually to members by almost 700 colleges and universities. If your members have forgotten their passwords, they may email for a replacement. Access to will soon be available to all community college students whose colleges enroll as partners. Share this information with your college’s transfer counselor and college administration. For information on becoming a partner, email or call 866.286.8453. Advisors may access by using their PAM password. You will have access to the same tools as your chapter members, to provide help and direction as they plan for transfer. Advisors may also maintain a chapter calendar All members of the chapter using receive automatic calendar. notification when the calendar is updated. Four-year institutions are already using to recruit high-achieving transfer students. © 2008, 2009 by Phi Theta Kappa®. All rights reserved. Phi Theta Kappa is committed to the elimination of discrimination based on gender, race, class, economic status, ethnic background, sexual orientation, age, physical ability, and cultural and religious background.