1 High School Graduation & College Admissions Dr Peter Preston Guidance Counselor and Ms Josefina Mendoza College & Career Advisor
2 Academic Requirements For High School Graduation & College Admission Florida High School: English (4) Mathematics (4) Social Sciences (3) Science (3) PE (1.0) Personal Fitness (.5) Other PE (.5) Fine Arts (1) Electives (8.5) College AA Communications Mathematics Humanities Social Sciences Natural Sciences Specific Degree Courses Electives Foreign Language (AA transfer) 2 credits in same language Shouldn t mix HS and College for AA transfer purposes
3 Testing Test Scores are Critical! College Admissions Bright Futures Scholarships
4 Practice ACT & PSAT o Practice ACT o All Juniors take the Practice ACT as part of the Executive Internship class o PSAT (Practice SAT) o For National Merit potentials and first-time takers o PSAT will be offered at COL. o Limited to 50 o Provides estimated SAT or ACT scores o Use as diagnostic tool to identify weak areas o Post-test meeting with Ms. Mendoza
5 High School Code It is important to include your High School Code on all testing. Polk State College - Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School HS School Code:
6 SAT / ACT Benchmarks SAT College Readiness Benchmarks 1550 combined score College Board Research Minimum 500 or above on each section for major universities and competitive colleges These are MINIMUMS only the higher the better Goal: 600 or above on each section for competitive schools ACT College Readiness Benchmarks English 18, Reading 22, Math 22, Science composite These are MINIMUMS only the higher the better Most colleges will require higher scores for admission Goal: composite of 24 or above for competitive schools Check SUS Matrix for specifics Colleges and universities are scrutinizing benchmark scores closely!
7 SAT Subject Area Tests Students encouraged to take subject area tests only if applying to highly competitive, non-florida schools Florida State universities do not consider subject area tests Required for Ivy League or out of state competitive Schools Choose 1 or more tests in strong subjects to showcase strengths Can be used to showcase skills of students with native language other than English Required for consideration to any Ivy League school Fee waivers apply
8 Score Reports & Fee Waivers See Ms. Mendoza College & Career Advisor Use Original Free Score Reports Should send score report to any school under consideration for application Additional score reports after initial testing will require a fee ACT & SAT Test Fee Waivers Available Free & Reduced Lunch Recipients Only Limit 2 ACT & 2 SAT College Application Fee Waivers Available Free & Reduced Lunch Recipients Only Send with paper copy or mail for online application Colleges are not required to honor application fee waivers
9 Preparing for the ACT or SAT Practice Tests: Other Sources: Private Tutors (LRC, Kaplan, Sylvan) Chain of Lakes CHS Lab Public Library Study Guides and CDs (most bookstores)
10 College Degree Programs
11 A.A. to Bachelors A.A. (Associate in Arts) leads to; BA and BS - Degree Audit: 60 Credit Hours minimum (36 Core Hours + 24 elective credits) NOT A TRANFER STUDENT: Freshman or First Time in College (FTIC) student! Polk State College offers Nursing (RN to BSN), Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS), Bachelor of Science (BS): Criminal Justice:
12 High School Diploma + College Degree Finishing HS Diploma and AA Requires very rigorous college schedule including summers Largely depends on degree choice, prerequisites, remaining HS credits Completing Liberal Arts AA will rarely meet all prerequisite requirements for specific university degree programs Some Universities may require completion of degree-specific pre-requisites before admission to specific programs of study Most universities require meeting program GPA minimum before admission Follow individual university and college stated transfer requirements Requirements vary per school, so you must do your research!
13 Withdrawing from College Courses o o o o o o o o o ALL withdrawals must be completed through the COL Guidance Counselor to avoid conflicts with HS graduation requirements Consider taking HS course if in doubt of college-level abilities for certain credits Parent notification form will be required Students should seek tutoring/intervention at the first sign of academic trouble to avoid a withdrawal - See the Guidance Counselor or Lab Instructor! Number of allowed withdrawals is very limited College may impose out-of-state fees for duplicate college course attempts Student should not withdraw prematurely Excessive withdrawals will affect admissions decisions to colleges/universities Students will be required to replace missing class with a high school course/lab class
17 Resident Undergraduate, Full-Time Student, two semesters (30 credit hours): Tuition and required Fees: University 30 hours Per Hour UCF Knights $6, $ FIU Panthers $6, $ UNF Ospreys $6, $ FGCU Eagles $6, $ NCF [ ] $5, $ SUS - AVG $6, $204.80
18 PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES OF FLORIDA: 1 of 2 Average tuition and required fees: YEAR 30 hrs Per Hr Increase $ $ % $ $ % $6, $ % $5, $ % $4, $ % $4, $ % $3, $ % $3, $ %
19 PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES OF FLORIDA: 2 of 2 Average tuition and required fees: YEAR 30 hrs Per Hr Increase $3, $ % $3, $ % $3, $ % $2, $ % $ $ % $2, $ % $2, $78.80 N/A TOTAL 2000 to 2015 change: 164.7%
20 College Choice Considerations o Size o Consider smaller state universities as a good option o Public vs. Private o LOCATION o Distance from home o Costs and Scholarships and Financial Aid o Don t rule out private colleges - many have money to give o Student Population o Majors and Requirements o Athletics and Events o Current educational climate in Florida requires students and parents to be pro-active! o Research, Research, Research!
21 COL College Rep Visits Check College Visit Calendar Contact Ms. Mendoza College Tours Schedule online on college websites Important part of choosing a college Preview Weekends Check on college websites for dates Excused HS absence
23 College Admission Criteria o Grade Point Average (GPA): Weighted vs. Unweighted vs.??? o Standardized Test Scores (SAT, ACT, etceteras ad nauseum) o Rigorous curriculum including AP, IB, Dual Enrollment, etc. o Higher level math & science courses are a plus! o College Admissions Essay o Extracurricular Activities o Community Service SEE SUS MATRIX o Most look at students holistically but you must meet GPA and Testing minimums o State Universities are very competitive due to funding issues & enrollment caps o Apply as a Freshmen in most cases o Apply to more than one College &/or University!
24 Sample College Resume Amanda Student 123 College Street, State College, PA e: EDUCATION: Bachelor of Arts, Advertising Degree anticipated May 2016 State University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Current GPA 3.53 EXPERIENCE: Summer Intern, June 2012 to August 2012 ABC Communications, New York, New York Partnered with design intern to create and execute two sell sheets, one print ad, and one postcard Created and presented collaborative intern campaign to entire agency and founders of organization Awarded best campaign of competing teams Wrote radio script submitted with campaign proposal and assisted in other writing assignments Shift Supervisor / Trained Barista, September 2011 to present Coffee Shop, State College, PA Trained new employees, opened and closed store, handled total sales, built satisfied customer relationships Server, Hostess, Expeditor, Busser, May 2010 to September 2011 Generic Restaurant, Washington, D.C. Created customer base and close relationships with patrons of restaurant Provided prompt service while taking orders, serving food and closing the check AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Dean's List - Fall 2011, Spring 2011 Awarded best advertising campaign proposal for A Foundation, ABC Communications, Summer 2011 Awarded best advertising campaign proposal for Health & Wellness Committee, State University, Spring 2010
25 Essay Topics Please choose one of these essay topics if you are applying to the UF Freshman Class of You have been elected President of the United States. Write your inauguration speech for us. 2. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, "Our loyalties must transcend our race, our tribe, our class, and our nation; and this means we must develop a world perspective." Describe a time when your perspective changed. How did your perspective change and why did it change? 3. If you were offered the role of the villain or the hero in a movie, which role would you accept and why? 4. If admitted to the University of Florida, tell us three SPECIFIC things you plan to do during your time here.
26 Types of Admissions Early Decision Varies by university and may involve set commitment to attend Rarely used Rolling Admissions Per year/semester Summer Admission For students who may not meet quite expected criteria of fall applicants Fall Admission Most Competitive First Time in College (FTIC) or Transfer Students with AA degree but don t meet freshmen admissions standards Students with 12 credit hrs or more beyond HS graduation Communicate with admissions office throughout the admissions process!
27 Ivy League Schools See guidance/career staff if you are interested. Samples of actual applications available from guidance office. Requires: Near-Perfect GPA Extremely high test scores Multiple subject area tests with high scores Local interview if application moves forward
28 Important Timelines Admissions Apply Early! Slim chance of admissions if deadlines are missed Admissions Deposits Check SUS Matrix Scholarships/Financial Aid Apply Early! Check FAFSA Deadlines Housing Apply Early! Housing Deposits Check SUS Matrix
29 Senioritis o Final transcript review occurs in Spring of Senior year o Final HS transcripts must be requested from COL office week before graduation o Offers of Admission may be rescinded if student earns poor grades or Ws during last semester! o Student should not change course plan without consulting admissions office! o Parents and Students - Be Vigilant!
30 MONEY FOR COLLEGE
31 Net Price Calculators All universities and colleges must have in place by 2011 Allows families to calculate estimated cost to attend a particular school Provides direct comparison of costs from one school to another Available on college websites
32 Financial Aid Options o Federal Grants (FAFSA) o ONLY!! o Bright Futures (State Aid) o Florida Pre-Paid (Varies by Plan) o Scholarships (Private/Public) o Private Grants o Parent or student employer benefits? o Work Study o Loans
33 Eligibility See Official Bright Futures Website Florida Universities and Colleges only Set up Account at: Bright Futures Funding HAS CHANGED All Seniors MUST register online after Dec 1 st of Senior Year at: Help Line: Programs/Awards Florida Academic Scholars (FAS) Set $ Amount Florida Medallion Scholars (FMS) Set $ Amount Florida Gold Seal (GSV) Set $ Amount
34 Florida Bright Futures Program SAT / ACT Score Requirements High School Graduation Year SAT ACT Florida Academic Scholars (FAS) Criteria Florida Medallion Scholars (FMS) Criteria
35 Additional Bright Futures Requirements Community Service Hours FAS 100 hours FMS 75 hours GSV 30 hours FAFSA Requirement Students are no longer required to submit a complete, error-free FAFSA, for Bright Futures and renewal eligibility any time prior to disbursement.
36 Log on to Learn More (Academic Advising) (Florida Bright Futures) (SAT) (ACT) (Career Info.) (Scholarships) Individual University/College Websites!
37 COL CHS Website Check It Out! Updated Regularly Important Announcements Helpful Links Scholarship Information Teacher Pages College & Career Page Scholarship Lists Admissions Information etc. Guidance Page etc.
38 Contacts Dr Peter Preston Guidance Counselor Phone: ext Office WCL-132 Ms Josefina Mendoza College/Career Advisor Phone: ext Office WCL-133
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