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NICOLE HUIE, BC 2023, Sec. Ed./English major, Philosophy minor




Major: Secondary Education/English

College/Employer: BC

Year of Graduation: 2023

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Nicole Huie is a BC sophomore year in the Lynch School of Education and Human Development with a secondary education and English double major. She is originally from New Jersey, and was a former member of the College Scholars Program in NJ SEEDS. Nicole has taught numerous courses on the subject of college, and over the course of 4 years, has become a subject matter expert, covering anything from financial aid to "choosing the right fit." She has her own independent college coaching program that she started in her junior year of high school, and she has been selected to teach this course on the Harvard Wave and Tide Education platforms.



Past Classes

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C1927: I Need to Get Into College...Send Help in BC_Splash Spring 2020 (Mar. 29, 2020)
*CALLING ALL STUDENTS WHO NEED TO GET INTO COLLEGE AND HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THEY'RE DOING* Listen, I've been through this, and many others have as well. Choosing the right college can feel like such a permanent decision, and this course explores how to select a college or university out of the hundreds out there. This class will cover the types of collegiate institutions, the college list, recommendation letters, and general financial aid (need based vs. need blind vs. merit based vs. a bunch of other confusing money words).


C1885: I Need to Get Into College...Send Help in BC Splash Fall 2019 (Nov. 03, 2019)
*CALLING ALL STUDENTS WHO NEED TO GET INTO COLLEGE AND HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THEY'RE DOING* Listen, I've been through this, and many others have as well. Choosing the right college can feel like such a permanent decision, and this course explores how to select a college or university out of the hundreds out there. This course will cover the types of collegiate institutions, the college list, recommendation letters, and general financial aid (need based vs. need blind vs. merit based vs. a bunch of other confusing money words).