1 Guide to Post-High School Planning Glendale Union High School District This handbook is compliments of your Guidance and Counseling Department Dr. Jennifer Johnson, Superintendent of Schools
2 Table of Contents Is further education for you? 3 What is a Community College? 4 Arizona Community Colleges 5 What are Vocational & Technical Schools? 7 Have you already earned college credit? 8 Costs of Arizona Colleges & Universities 9 Application Process 11 SAT/ACT-What s the difference? 13 NCAA Eligibility Center 16 What are Scholarships? 17 What is Financial Aid? 18 What are Apprenticeships? 19 How about a Military career? 20 Career Charts 21 Internet Resources 23 Bridges 26 Glossary of Terms 27 Senior Year Timeline 30 Budget Planning Worksheet 32 School Comparison Worksheet 33
3 Is Further Education For You? Are your interests, goals & aptitudes leading you to: - training for a specific occupation requiring two years or less of further education? - attending a community college? - attending a university for a bachelor s degree or beyond? Some things to think about in order to choose the right school for you: Curriculum - Liberal Arts - Trade or technical - Business - Occupational - Engineering Location - in Arizona - out of state Size & type of school - small or large - two or four year - co-educational - church related - historically black college Environment - rural - urban - live on campus - live at home & commute Costs - in-state tuition - out of state tuition - private school - Special services - tutoring - special services for people with disabilities
4 What is a Community College? Community colleges, also known as 2-year or Junior Colleges are regionally accredited post-secondary institutions at which the AS or AA (Associates of Science or Arts) is is the highest degree awarded. A BS or BA (Bachelor of Science or Arts) is earned from a 4 year college or university. Community colleges offer technical, transferable and continuing education or specialized curriculums. 1. Community Colleges are: - community based institutions that establish links and partnerships with high schools and the community - deliver high quality programs at times and places for the convenience of the student - have admission policies that are open to those with high school diplomas or its equivalent - have tuition and fees that are approximately half of those at a 4 year college - save students the cost of living on campus - 2. Community Colleges offer: - transfer curriculums that provide the first 2 years leading toward the bachelor s degree - occupational-technical programs that prepare students for employment - programs that assist students with upgrading of skills they already use - programs that help students improve their basic academic skills - certifications that may be completed in a few weeks up to 2 years. MORE INFORMATION ON SPECIFIC COMMUNITY COLLEGES CAN BE FOUND ON THEIR WEBSITE OR BY CONTACTING THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE.
5 Arizona Community Colleges - Arizona Western College (Yuma) Central Arizona College (Coolidge) ww.centralaz.edu Chandler-Gilbert Community College (Chandler) Cochise Community College (Douglas) Coconino Community College (Flagstaff) Dine College (Tsaile) Eastern Arizona College (Thatcher) Estrella Mountain C.C. (Litchfield Park) Gateway Community College (Phoenix) Glendale Community College (Glendale) Mesa Community College (Mesa)
6 - Mohave Community College (Kingman) Northland Pioneer College (Holbrook) Paradise Valley C.C. (Paradise Valley) Phoenix College (Phoenix) Pima Community College (Tucson) Rio Salado Community College (Tempe) Scottsdale Community College (Scottsdale) South Mountain C.C. (Phoenix) Yavapai College (Prescott) www. yc.edu
7 What are Vocational and Technical Schools? Vocational or technical schools prepare high school graduates for a career or a specific job. The relationship between education and work has long been recognized as important. Private vocational/technical schools are for profit institutions. Student tuition is the primary source of their funding. Community colleges are not for profit. Check your local community colleges to compare vocational programs for costs and class offerings before choosing a school. 1. Vocational-Technical schools offer: - Hands-on experience - classrooms that represent how work is done on the actual job - instructors who are experienced in the subject in order to teach the necessary skills in the shortest time possible - assist with job placement upon completion of training - students with this training have an advantage in learning new skills at the workplace since their training has provided basic thinking and problem solving skills MORE INFORMATION ON SPECIFIC VOCATIONAL/TECHNICAL COLLEGES CAN BE FOUND ON THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE OR BY CONTACTING THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE AT THE SCHOOL.
8 Have you already earned college credit? High schools offer several opportunities for students to earn college credit while attending high school 1. Advanced Placement Courses - students receive accelerated high school credit as well as have an opportunity to earn college credit by scoring well on the AP test in May 2. College-Level Examination Program (C.L.E.P.) - colleges offer an opportunity to earn credit by successfully passing a test in a single subject & determine the amount of credit earned - there is a fee for C.L.E.P. tests 3. ACE + or other Community College Credit - select students enrolled in this program have earned community college credit for classes taken through this program - remember to submit an ACE+ transcript along with college application 4. Vocational training courses - local high school coursework such as Fire Science, CNA certification, etc. may result in community college credit - Automotive program at Glendale Community College earns community college credit - see you counselor for other possible opportunities How to get accepted at Arizona Universities... You must have one of the following: 3.0 GPA in 16 Core classes OR top 25% of graduating class OR SAT score of 1040 or greater OR ACT score of 22 or greater AND successfully completed the required high school coursework
9 Cost of Arizona Colleges & Universities for Arizona State University Tuition $7793 (2 semesters) Undergraduate Admissions Office Tempe, AZ No applications accepted after March 1 for fall semester ASU-West University Tuition $7793 (2 semesters) 4701 W. Thunderbird No applications accepted after March 1 for fall semester Glendale, AZ ASU-Polytechnic University Tuition $7793 (2 semesters) 7001 E. Williams Field Road No applications accepted after March 1 for fall semester Mesa, AZ ASU-Downtown University Tuition $7793 (2 semesters) 411 N. Central No applications accepted after March 1 for fall semester Phoenix, AZ
10 Northern Arizona University Tuition $ 6964 (2 semesters) Admissions Office Apply before March 1 (fixed rate for student s Flagstaff, AZ yrs at NAU) University of Arizona Tuition $8238 (2 semesters) Office of Admissions Tucson, AZ Apply before October 1 to be considered for scholarships No applications after April 1 for Fall semester Grand Canyon University Tuition $16,500 (2 semesters) 3300 W. Camelback Applications accepted up to 2 weeks before Fall classed begin Phoenix, AZ Maricopa Community Colleges Tuition $71/credit hour See list of 10 local colleges
11 Application Process 1. Application - obtain the application from your high school, website or the college itself - allow sufficient time to complete the application noting the deadline for submission - complete the application and follow the instructions exactly - use blue or black ink only- use same color on all parts of the application - use your legal name- no nicknames - have someone proofread your application - double check you have included all requested materials before mailing - send application fees or completed fee waiver 2. Entrance exams - universities and 4 year colleges usually require that you take SAT or ACT - community colleges usually give a placement test for math and reading 3. Essay - some applications ask for an essay - write only on the requested topic - ask a teacher to look over your essay - check your spelling and grammar - type your essay or write legibly - keep a copy for yourself 4. Letters of Recommendation - choose your writer carefully-someone who knows you well and can write positively about you - give the writer 1-2 weeks to complete the recommendation - give the writer information about yourself and the exact use for the letter - do not submit a copy of a previous recommendation - send a thank you note to the writer
12 5. Resume - list of your education, jobs, community service, etc in an organized format - list of references- people who know you well- with phone numbers and addresses - include any educational or occupational goals - this is helpful for the writer of your letter of recommendation 6. Financial Aid - most colleges and universities require you and your family to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - fill in online at: ***note web address is.gov not.com What else you will need... Colleges need certain documentation during the admission process. The sooner the admissions office has all of them, the sooner you will know about your admission status. 1. High School Transcripts - this must be sent with your college application - before you graduate you must request a final transcript be sent to the college you will be attending - these include your shot records and scores of tests (AIMS, Terra Nova and SAT/ACT) you took while in high school 2. Health Records - you will need to furnish your shot records to your college - these may be obtained from the Health Center at your high school 3. Athletes - to compete at the college level NCAA Clearinghouse Application must be completed - the necessary forms are on the website at: - send admission applications to the college admission office not the athletic office - ACT or SAT scores are required for college athletes
13 SAT & ACT- What s the difference? Colleges and universities use both the SAT and ACT to evaluate students for acceptance into their schools. Many schools will accept scores from either test while others may require you to take a certain exam. Use the chart below to help you choose which exam you hink you would score higher on. ACT ( no order of difficulty heavy in grammar & reading tested on Algebra, Geometry & Trig Math = 25% of score based on school curriculum Not as tricky/less distractions no guessing penalty science reasoning section English grammar tested no writing piece SAT ( proceeds in an order of difficulty heavy in vocabulary tested on Algebra & Geometry Math = 50% of score not based on curriculum tends to be tricky guessing penalty no science no English grammar Writing piece Scoring 0 36 Scoring Test dates ACT SAT Test Registration Late Test Registration Late Date Deadline Deadline Date Deadline Deadline Sept. 11 Aug. 6 Aug. 20 Oct. 9 Sept. 8 Sept. 22 Oct 23 Sept. 17 Oct. 1 Nov. 6 Sept.30 Oct. 14 Dec. 11 Nov. 5 Nov. 19 Dec. 4 Oct. 29 Nov. 11 Feb. 12 Jan. 7 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 Dec. 14 Dec. 29 April 9 Mar.4 March 18 Mar. 12 Feb. 3 Feb. 17 June 11 May 6 May 20 May 7 Apr 7 Apr. 22 June 4 April 28 May 12
14 Score Comparison ACT SAT
15 GUHSD School Codes You will need your high school code in order to complete the SAT or ACT application Apollo Moon Valley Cortez Sunnyslope Glendale Thunderbird Greenway Washington Independence Need help preparing for post high school tests? free online practice questions for the following tests: ACT ACCUPLACER SAT PSAT ASVAB COMPASS
16 NCAA Eligibility Center If you plan to participate in Division I or II athletics or transfer later, you must register with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). This is done online at: The NCAA is an organization that has established rules of eligibility, recruiting and financial aid, and regulates most college athletic programs. Steps required to complete the registration: - submit student release form - complete registration form - submit test scores & high school transcript - submit the $60 fee or fee waiver papers Contact NCAA: Mail: P.O. Box 7136 Indianapolis, IN phone: 8-6p.m. (Eastern Time) Monday - Friday Students must submit their SAT or ACT scores directly to the college of their choice as well as to the NCAA Clearinghouse. A special code is listed in the registration forms for the SAT and ACT. To qualify you must have the following scores in relationship to your Core GPA: Core ACT SAT Core ACT SAT Core ACT SAT GPA GPA GPA Above ***ACT scores are calculated by adding the section scores of reading, math, English and science reasoning sections of the test. ***SAT writing section scores will not be used by NCAA
17 What are Scholarships? Scholarships are a form of financial aid that is awarded to students for outstanding academics, community service, extra-curricular activities or other skills they poses. Scholarship applications must be filled out and sent to the awarding organization. Scholarships do not have to be repaid. Applications are available at your school, parents work, church, local stores and organizations. Fill in the application completely following the directions exactly. Have someone proofread your application for spelling and accuracy. Double check the deadline as most applications are rejected if they arrive late. The scholarship form may ask for a letter of recommendation so plan ahead by gathering personal information in a resume to give to the writer. Think of possible writers for these recommendations-people who know you well and can write positively about you. Keep a copy of each application along with the essay. You may be able to alter the essay and use it for other applications. Notify your counseling office when you receive scholarship offers. MORE INFORMATION ON SCHOLARSHIPS IS AVAILABLE FROM YOUR COUNSELORS OR CAREER CENTER.
18 What is Financial Aid? Financial aid is monitory help for meeting college costs: both direct educational costs (tuition, fees, books) and personal living expenses (food, housing, and transportation). Financial aid is often available at vocational and trade schools. FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is the document that determines the student and family contribution to college costs, Pell grants and other financial assistance. The form is available online or at your school after January 1 each year. This form should be completed by March 1 in order to give the student the best chance to receive grant money. FAFSA website is: note: (fafsa.com costs $200) Types of Financial Aid (fafsa.ed.gov is FREE) 1. Scholarships and waivers - awarded to students with good grades, athletic ability or musical talent. These do not have to be repaid. 2. Grants - based on financial need. These do not have to be repaid. 3. Loans - available to students (or parents) with financial need. These must be repaid after a student leaves school. 4. College work study - available to students with financial need. This federal employment program helps students reduce the cost of their education. 5. Campus employment - available to students with or without financial need.
19 What are Apprenticeships? High school graduates today have the choice of many apprenticeships. This will prepare them for a career that will allow them to work and learn at the same time. This is ideal for students who need a steady income immediately after completing high school or have a desire to go to work. 1. Apprenticeships provide: - supervised on-the-job training by a qualified craftsperson - a planned training entry-level position on a career pathway - combination of on-the-job training and related classroom training - certification of competency measured by industrial standards 2. Apprenticeships require: - completion of classroom course work - an aptitude test - provide proof of physical ability to perform the duties of the trade - provide proof of a valid driver s license MORE INFORMATION, LIST OF PROVIDERS AND APPLICATIONS CAN BE FOUND ON THE WEB AT:
20 How about a Military career? High school students upon graduation may choose to enter one of the military branches. Training in many career fields is available in the armed forces. JROTC units on many high school campuses are a good place to explore a possible career in the military. All branches of the military require you take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). Many high schools offer this test at their schools. Check with your counselor. There are other options besides the Army, Air Force, Navy & Marines: 1. National Guard - you may serve in the guard or reserve while living at home - you serve on 1 weekend per month and 2 weeks during the summer 2. Military Academies - competition for admission to any of the academies is highly competitive - graduate with a bachelor s degree - must serve a specific number of years - serve as an officer 3. Reserve Officers Training Corp - participate in ROTC while in college - will serve active duty time as an officer MORE INFORMATION CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE MILITARY RECRUITERS DURING THEIR SCHOOL VISITS OR FROM THEIR RECRUITING OFFICES IN MOST SHOPPING MALLS.
23 Campus Tours Colleges Internet Resources Virtual tours College Board College searches, career exploration SAT & PSAT information College Net College search by region, state, majors Scholarship & financial aid information College View Search colleges, financial aid information Career planning tools Kaplan Colleges information, careers and testing information Princeton Review Search colleges by name, region, state, size, cost Rates colleges and universities Arizona public and private colleges Site includes trade schools US Department of Education Think College Student & parent pages All About College College directory, test prep, financial aid information
24 Financial Aid Internet Resources FAFSA This site has information and forms for filing FAFSA financial papers that are required by most colleges and universities. FastWEB Free financial aid and scholarship search site. Free Scholarship Information Service Database of scholarships Fund Finder Free site for access to Southwest Student Services Corp. database Student loan and grants information NellieMae General information of student loans and college costs SallieMae/ CASHE Financial aid information, college costs calculators and scholarships Student Scholarship Search Financial aid information Links to college and university webpages
25 Career Internet Resources Best Jobs USA Career Builder Job locator Job web Links for jobs, job seekers & job search information Mapping Your Future Career exploration & assessments along with planning guidance (Middle High School tab) Monster Career advice and job searching Occupational Outlook Handbook Online version of book containing information about specific careers Students.gov Planning site for further education & careers
26 Bridges A Career Source on the Internet Students may: This website can help students find great, current career information. Plan by taking an interest, values, skills survey that points to possible careers Search for careers by keyword or concept Find salary, job outlook, education, websites & other information about careers Read interviews & watch videos with people already in specific careers Create a resume & portfolio of career information Steps for using Bridges Sign onto User name: guhsd_(your school ID#) Password for first time user: use birthday as follows: mm-dd-yyyy (use dashes not slashes) Scholarship searching Click on Choices Planner Go to the Learn box Click on scholarship finder Take a short interest survey and start searching
27 Glossary of Terms Acceptance: Accreditation: candidate has been asked to attend having met the standards set by the college or school recognition of a college/university by a regional or national accrediting body indicating that the institution has met their ACT Assessment: college entrance exam that is required by many colleges as part of the admission process. ACT measures abilities in English, Math, Reading and Science. Advanced Placement: high schools implement AP courses and administer the exams at the end of the school year. College credit is granted dependent upon success on the exam. Apprenticeship: during a prescribed time period, a worker learns an occupation (usually a trade) in a structured program Associate Degree: a degree that is granted after the satisfactory completion of a two year program of study-usually at a community college. ASVAB: Award letter: a test that is taken by those wishing to enter the military. This test shows your ability to learn certain skills and your interests. Many schools give this test to their juniors. a letter telling you what financial aid a college is offering you. You may choose to accept some or all of what is offered. Bachelor s Degree: a degree that is granted after the satisfactory completion of a four year program of study-usually at a college or university. College Entrance Exams: tests that are used by colleges or universities for evaluation of applicants for admission and/or placement in courses. Tests used most often are SAT, ACT and ASSET.
28 College calendars: May be any of the following: Traditional semester: 2 equal semesters Quarter: 3 equal terms of 12 weeks Trimester: 3 equal semesters (3 rd one replaces summer school) 4-1-4: 2 equal terms of 16 weeks with 4 week interim term Community College (Junior College): regionally accredited, post secondary institution where an associate degree is the highest degree awarded. Certification programs and non-credit courses are also available. Core classes (CPA): a calculation of grades earned in Math, English, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language and Fine Arts College transfer courses: courses intended for transfer of college credit to a bachelor s degree program in a 4 year college or university Credit (or Credit Hour): a unit of measurement for fulfilling course requirements. Most colleges require that you complete a certain number in order to graduate. Class rank: a student s standing in his/her graduating class that is based on GPA and honors classes. It is expressed in percentages. Deferred Admission: the postponing of admission for one year after being accepted into the college or university Early action: an accelerated application process for certain colleges and universities. Enrollment status: an indicator of whether you are attending part-time or full-time. Expected Family Contribution: amount a student and their family are expected to contribute financially toward cost of attendance. Federal Work Study: a federal financial aid program that provides on and off campus work for college students. You apply for this program on FAFSA.
29 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): the first step in applying for financial aid in which financial information is gathered from the student and family. FAFSA can be completed online at: Grade Point Average (GPA): a calculation of grades earned in coursework Honors Program: a program that offers an opportunity for students to enrich their educational experience through independent, advanced or accelerated classes. Independent Study: a program that allows a student to earn college credit through independent study with a faculty member. Job Shadowing: a program by which a student observes employees in a workplace to gain insight about a career or job field. Letter of Recommendation: a letter that supports a student s application to a college or for a scholarship. The letter is written by someone who knows you well (not a family member) who can write positively about you. Loans: Money that is borrowed to pay for higher education and must be paid back with or without interest. Major course of study: a course of study in one subject in which the student specializes in at a college or university Minor course of study: a course of study in a secondary subject in which the student specializes in at a college or university NCAA: the organization that certifies athletes for competition in Division I & II intercollegiate athletics. Open Admissions: students are admitted regardless of academic qualifications. Most community colleges have an open admission policy. Out-of-State Students: students attending a public university outside of their state. Higher tuition rates may apply until state residency is established.
30 Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT): a practice test for underclassmen to prepare for the SAT. National Merit Scholars are chosen from this test s results. Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC): Air Force, Army and Navy programs at the college level that combines military education with bachelor s degree study. A commitment to military service is part of this college program. Resume: an outline of your life as a high school student that contains information about your education, jobs, community service and educational and career goals. Rolling Admission: an admission procedure by which colleges considers completed applications for admission on a continuing basis. SAT Assessment: a college entrance exam that is required by most colleges and universities. SAT I that is required by most colleges measures math and verbal skills. A writing assessment is now included. Scholarship: a merit based award of money to be used for college costs Student Aid Report: notifies a student that their FAFSA has been processed. Transcript: an official record of high school and/or college courses and grades. Undergraduate Student: a student who has not completed a baccalaureate (usually 4 years) or first professional degree
31 Senior Year Timelines End of Junior year/summer check to see you have met graduation requirements sign up/take SAT/ACT August/September visit colleges apply to Universities start scholarship search September 26 attend National College Fair Sunday-Phoenix Civic Center Noon 4:00 p.m. January attend FAFSA night gather information for FAFSA form take Maricopa Community College entrance exam March 1 FAFSA priority deadline March sign up for community college classes April sign up for college/ university classes May Graduation & Celebration!
32 Budget Planning Worksheet Income Source Monthly total Yearly total Money from parents Money from savings Salary Work-study Scholarships Grants Loans Other TOTAL Expenses Tuition Fees Loan interest payments Books & supplies Rent/housing Utilities Telephone/cell phone Other Transportation Food Clothing Entertainment Credit card payment Medical/dental Miscellaneous TOTAL
33 Location (Distance from home) Arizona Southwest East Midwest Pacific Coast College A College B Size Student enrollment Physical size of campus Environment 2/4 yr school, technical, or specialized urban, rural, suburban location to nearest city co-ed, all male, all female religious affiliation Admission requirements Application deadline SAT, ACT, placement test Special requirements Notification timeframe Academics Programs of study (majors) Special requirements Accreditation Student/faculty ratio Typical class size College expenses Tuition, fees, room & board Estimated total costs Application fee, deposits Financial Aid Application deadline Required forms (FAFSA) % receiving aid scholarships availability Housing Residence hall requirement Type & size (dorm, apt.) Availability & cost Application deadline Food plan Facilities Academic Recreational Other Activities Clubs, organizations Greek life Athletics, intramurals Other Orientations Campus visit Dates, contact person Special opportunities Probable College Major Liberal Arts Interdisciplinary or General studies Specialized coursework Pre-professional (law, etc) other Basis of College Choice Primarily mine Mine & parents Contrary to my preference Contrary to my parent s preference
34 GUHSD Mission Statement To empower all students for the choices and challenges of the twenty-first century
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