1 College Application Basics 1 APPLYING TO COLLEGE The BIG Idea What do I need to complete a college application? (And why should I care about this if I m not planning on going to college?) AGENDA Approx. 45 minutes I. Warm Up (5 minutes) II. Application Review (10 minutes) III. Complete an Application (25 minutes) IV. Wrap Up: Next Steps (5 minutes) OBJECTIVES MATERIALS PORTFOLIO PAGES: Portfolio pages 3-4, College Application Tracker (from Introduction unit) STUDENT HANDBOOK PAGES: Student Handbook page 8, What s My College Application Status? Student Handbook page 9, Websites and Passwords FACILITATOR PAGES: Facilitator Resource 1, College Application Chart Overhead and LCD projector Laptop with Internet connection During this lesson, students will: Review what they need to know, and what they need to do, to complete a college application. Understand the similarities between a college and work application. Complete an online city or state college application in class. 53
2 OVERVIEW... Students review the different components of a college application, and how they figure into admissions decisions. Then, they begin an online application for a local city or state university. PREPARATION... List the day s BIG IDEA and activities on the board. The following handout needs to be made into an overhead transparency or copied onto chart paper: Facilitator Resource 1, College Application Chart Consult with your school counselor on the execution of this lesson, including her recommendations regarding fee waivers, and procedures for requesting transcripts and letters of recommendation. You ll also want to discuss any system already in place for tracking college application activities, share Portfolio pages 3-4, College Application Tracker (from Grade 12 Introduction unit), and determine how you can best combine resources to avoid duplication of effort. Prior to class, create your own account on Be prepared to supply students with the web address and instructions accessing their account or creating an account if students have not accessed the site before. Also be prepared to give students instructions for completing an application. If you are unable to project the online application using an LCD and laptop, you may wish to make transparencies of the application pages. BACKGROUND INFORMATION... Roads to Success students are encouraged to apply to at least three colleges a reach, match, and safety school. Many college access organizations advocate more as many as 10 to 12 applications to maximize opportunities to find a good match. Completing multiple applications and keeping track of all the components can be a daunting task. One way to economize on effort is to complete application forms accepted at more than one school. 54
3 Examples: 1. To apply to multiple public colleges in the same state: IA: IHaveAPlanIowa.gov (online applications) 2. To apply to multiple selective private colleges: The Common Application: IMPLEMENTATION OPTIONS... In Activity III, you may choose to focus on a single popular college choice instead of state/local application websites, depending on your school counselor s recommendation. IHaveAPlanIowa.gov ( also provides an online Practice Application. You may prefer to demonstrate its use rather than selecting a specific IA college. If any students do not currently have a IHaveAPlanIowa.gov account, they will need to create one. In order to provide students who are creating an account for the first time with step-bystep directions, you may want to print out the IHaveAPlanIowa.gov Basic Directions page of Facilitator Resource 3, Career Research. This can be found in Unit 1: Introduction, Lesson 1. 55
4 ACTIVITY STEPS... I. Warm Up (5 minutes) 1. [As students enter, ask them to complete the Do Now on Student Handbook page 8, What s My College Application Status? Give them 2 minutes to complete the activity.] 2. [Invite volunteers to share what they wrote down.] 3. SAY SOMETHING LIKE: If you re feeling a little stressed out over college applications, take a deep breath. Over the next six lessons, we re going to tell you everything you need to apply to college. As you just saw, there are several parts of the college application. Some of you are already pulling these together, and others are still figuring out the next step. Wherever you are in the process, that s okay for now. In this unit, we re going to walk through the application process together, answer all your questions, and help you get started. And if you re not planning on attending college, this unit should still be very helpful. Many people decide to return to college after entering the workforce, and understanding the application process gives you a head start. There are also many similarities between applying to college and applying for a job. I ll point these out as we go along. It s all about knowing how to highlight your experience, your skills, and qualities that make you stand out. 4. SAY SOMETHING LIKE: Here s a quick overview of what we ll do over the next six weeks. Today, we ll review the different components of the college application and how each one should be completed and sent to the college of your choice. Then we re going to walk through an online application that can be used for most colleges in your city/state. In weeks two through six, we ll work on a piece of writing that tells the world who you are your college essay. If you re not applying to a college that requires an essay, this will be a good exercise in thinking about what you have to offer a school or employer. 5. [Have students turn to the Portfolio pages 3-4, College Application Tracker, from the introductory lessons.] SAY SOMETHING LIKE: Already feeling a little overwhelmed? To help you keep track of the requirements at each school, and remember where you are in the application process for each, you can use Portfolio pages 3-4, College Application Tracker, to help you keep track. 56
5 II. Application Review (10 minutes) 1. [Project Facilitator Resource 1, College Application Chart on the overhead projector.] SAY SOMETHING LIKE: If you re applying to colleges, you re probably wondering what the admissions people are looking for. Well, this chart takes a look at the eight main factors considered by admissions teams in colleges across the country. Let s take a closer look at each component, why it s important, and how you ll send it to the colleges of your choice. 2. [Review the chart with the class.] 3. SAY SOMETHING LIKE: Remember, not every school will require each of these components, but all schools will require some of these at minimum, a high school transcript, and often standardized test scores as well. Large public colleges often have fewer requirements they have too many applicants to carefully consider extra materials from each person. Colleges that have more resources for screening applicants will require more. 4. SAY SOMETHING LIKE: Now you know the main components of the college application, but how do you get started? The first step is to find the application for each school you re interested in. Many schools will have their applications posted on IHaveAPlanIowa.gov. After you sign in to IHaveAPlanIowa.gov, click on the College Planning tab and then on the Applications section. Next, you ll click on Apply to College and Track Your Applications to see the list of schools with applications available. By clicking on the Apply button next to any of the listed colleges, you will be able to access the application for that college. If your college is not listed in IHaveAPlanIowa.gov, you can also search for an application on the school s website. This is usually pretty easy to find under Admissions or in catalogs you received in the mail. The application asks for basic information about yourself, your school, and your activities. It also specifies which components are expected, such as the essay, recommendations, and interviews. 5. SAY SOMETHING LIKE: Now if you re worried about filling out lots and lots of applications, I have good news: In many cases, you can fill out one application that can be used for several colleges. For example, many states have online applications that can be used for all the state schools. Similarly, the Common Application is a website providing one application that can be used for over 300 private colleges and universities. 57
6 Please take note: Even if a college uses one of these sites for its online application, you should always look carefully at that college s website to double-check admissions requirements. Some have additional forms that need to be completed. You may have to pay a separate application fee for each school. (Check the rules in your city or state.) III. Complete a College Application (25 minutes) 1. SAY SOMETHING LIKE: Let s take a look at an online application for our state. Chances are, many of you will apply to a state school in our system, so we re going to spend the next 25 minutes or so completing this application. If you re unable to complete the application today, you can save it and return to it anytime. 2. [Ask students to open an internet browser and enter the web address PlanIowa.gov. Demonstrate how to navigate to the website. Explain that each student will need to access their IHaveAPlanIowa.gov account by entering their account name and password in the spaces provided in the upper right corner of the screen. If students do not have an account, they will need to create one by clicking Create an Account and following the instructions on each screen. If students need more specific instructions, distribute a copy of Facilitator Resource 3, IHaveAPlanIowa.gov Basic Directions (See Implementation Suggestions). Once this is done, students can use their username and password to access IHaveAPlanIowa.gov in order to complete the application, save their work, and return to the application any time. Students should complete the following steps in order to access applications: Step 1: Click the College Planning tab at the top of the screen. Step 2: Click Applications, then Apply to College and Track Your Applications. 3. SAY SOMETHING LIKE: Now let s review the steps for completing an application on IHaveAPlanIowa.gov: Step 1: Review the list of colleges that appear and click Apply next to the name of a college that you would like to apply to. Step 2: Carefully read the details about application procedures for that school. You may wish to print out this page or you can return to it from within the application as well. Remember that many schools waive application fees for low-income families. (You should check with the school counselor for details.) You may need to check the individual college website for the mailing address if additional materials are needed. Remember to use Portfolio pages 3-4, College Application Tracker to record each school s requirements. Step 3: Click Begin application for [school name]. Let s click each of the screens so that you are familiar with the information that will be requested. To do this 58
7 without filling in the form, you can select a screen from Skip & Jump to among the left-hand navigation buttons. Briefly review the information on each of these screens: Step 4: There are two addition buttons on the left-hand side: Introduction (to see the first page of this school s application) Save (to save work) Be sure to save your work as you go along so that you can stop this application and work on it at a later time, if you wish. 5. [Next, point out the button Submit Your Completed Application. ] SAY SOMETHING LIKE: Keep in mind that you will not be able to submit an application until all the information is complete. If you have completed the application, this button will take you to a final screen called Application Submittal. You must sign this page by typing your name to verify that all the information is correct. (Please make sure you re seriously considering this college before you hit submit. ) 6. SAY SOMETHING LIKE: After submitting your application, you will see an application agreement statement. Remember that you must print this agreement and mail it to the school s address with your application fee. 7. SAY SOMETHING LIKE: If you ve finished, take a moment to check off the box on your College Application Tracker that shows you ve submitted your application. Don t worry if you did not complete the application today, or if you want to send this application to another school as well. You can return to this website anytime, type in your username and password, and work on your application for this or other schools. IV. Wrap Up: Next Steps (5 minutes) 1. SAY SOMETHING LIKE: You ve done a great job today getting started on the college application process. The main thing I want you all to come away with is the big picture of a college application. 2. SAY SOMETHING LIKE: Next week, we ll take a look at another part of the college application the college essay. Over the next few weeks, we ll review lots of sample essays so you know what s required, and you ll also get a chance to write your own with a little help from your classmates and me. 59
8 Facilitator Resource 1, College Application Chart College Application Chart How are admissions decisions made? No single factor determines a student s admission to a given college. Here are some of the factors schools consider: What They Look At Why It s Important Who Provides This High school transcript The high school transcript (the four year report card) is always the most important factor in evaluating an School counselor, at your request applicant. The transcript includes: Grades received, courses taken, teachers comments, attendance and lateness record, as well as effort in studies. Admission Test Scores Most colleges will have a range of SAT or ACT scores that ACT or SAT, (SAT, ACT) they would like to see from an applicant. Few colleges as directed by you have a cut-off score. Most colleges require the SAT or ACT and like to see two attempts at the test. Some colleges require the SAT II (subject area tests) as part of the application. See these website for instructions on sending your scores: ACT: SAT: Essay Included on many college applications. The essay is You evaluated for content as well as style. Often a strong essay will make up for the weaker transcript or SAT score. Activities Colleges want students who will get involved on campus. You They look for high school and community activities such as athletics, volunteer work, student government, summer experiences, and part-time jobs. Letters of recommendation Plan to ask at least one teacher for a recommendation. Some will ask a second person outside of school (coach, Teacher or other, at your request boss, religious leader) to write a letter. Interview Required for some colleges, most make it optional. An interview You set up is a great chance to learn more about the college and present your special situation to the admissions committee. Interviews may take place on campus or in your community with a graduate (alumnus) of the college. Audition or Portfolio Music and art colleges or programs may ask for samples You of your work, such as a portfolio, video, audio CD, etc. to demonstrate your ability. Ask your high school teachers for advice on what to include. Application Fee Not a factor in an admissions decision. Pays for the processing of your application. Low-income families may qualify for fee waivers. Ask your school counselor. You Adapted from CollegeBound, Young Women s Leadership Foundation.
9 Student Handbook, What s My College Application Status What s My College Application Status? The chart below lists the main components of the college application. For each one, check the box that describes your preparation. Application Component Basic application (personal info, activities) I m all set I know how to complete and send this component. I m a bit confused I m not quite sure what I need to do for this component. I m clueless I definitely need more info about this component. Help! q q q Essay q q q High school transcript q q q Admission Test Scores (SAT, ACT) q q q Letters of recommendation q q q Interview q q q Application fee q q q Audition / Portfolio (music or art school) q q q How do you feel about the college application process? Below, write what you re most concerned about. 8
10 Student Handbook, Websites and Passwords Websites and Passwords The following websites may be used to access multiple college applications. Use this sheet to record your username and password for sites you use. Type of Applications Website Your Username & Password Iowa (state schools) Username: Password: Common Application (300+ selective private schools) Username: Password: 9
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