1 Post Graduate Planning Workshop: College Applications WELCOME CLASS OF 2015 STUDENTS & PARENTS!
2 Agenda 6:30- Welcome Sarah Grobbel, Principal 6:40- Overview of College Application Process Mark Fisher & Allison Houston 7:20- Breakout Sessions I 8:00- Breakout Sessions II Applying to Public Colleges/Universities Bobby Browning, Colorado State University Auditorium Applying to Private Colleges/Universities Emily Forbes, University of Denver Lecture Center 2-year/Community College Applications & Transfer Process Howard Fukaye, Arapahoe Community College Library Classroom Financial Aid Process Christian Gonzalez, College in Colorado Choir Room How to Write a Smashing College Essay! Ann Richards, Grandview High School Band Room
3 Senior Year Junior year is often viewed as the most important year of high school, but Senior year is also critical. Colleges can change admissions decisions based upon performance during the senior year. Just say NO to SENIORITIS! Per CCSD Policy, ALL seniors must be enrolled in 4 core classes each semester!
4 Graduation Requirements English 4.0 Social Studies 1.5 Government.5 US History 1.0 Math 3.0 Science 3.0 Practical Fine Arts 1.5 Physical Education 1.5 Health.5 Other 5.5 Total 22.0
5 College Admission Requirements High school graduation requirements VS. college entrance requirements! Colleges and universities may look for additional credits in certain core or elective areas. Performing or visual art credit World language Research college and university admissions requirements to determine which courses are mandatory.
6 The Timeline- September College Readiness Day Tuesday, September 23 rd Overview of college application process Can begin submitting transcript requests on September 23 rd Counselors in English classes September 24 th -30 th Senior Seminar Register to retake ACT, SAT, or SAT Subject Tests ONLY if needed Finalize list of colleges and application deadlines Should include 3-7 schools Request teachers and/or counselor recommendations Only if needed Must complete Naviance form and talk with recommender face-to-face! Start working on application essay Only if needed Some colleges have specific questions to be answered Research scholarships Check specific school websites Naviance
7 The Timeline- October Attend college visits at Grandview See college visit schedule in Naviance In-State College Cherokee Trail HS October 9, :00 pm 7:30 pm Greater Denver College Fair & Mountain Vista High School October 11, :00 am 2:00 pm NACAC National College Colorado Convention Center October 18, :00 pm 4:00 pm Polish Application Essay Process applications with November deadlines Be aware of implications for applying Early Action or Early Decision Plan to visit colleges over Fall Break Schedule a visit on the college s website Ask to meet with specific departments Concerned about paying for college? Schedule time with the Financial Aid office
8 The Timeline- November Process applications with December and January deadlines Transcript requests are due November 25 th for January 1 st deadlines Don t forget about Thanksgiving Break & Winter Break! The Post Graduate Center requires at least 10 school days to process transcript requests! Teachers and counselors require at least 10 school days for writing letters of recommendation.
9 The Timeline- December Last day to turn in transcript requests for January 15 th deadlines is December 11 th Prepare to complete the Free Applications for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Log on prior to January 1, 2015 to get your PIN Both student and parent must register for a PIN FAFSA not active until January 1, 2015 Priority deadline for completion is March 1, 2015
10 The Timeline- January Complete FAFSA Attend FAFSA Workshop at Grandview if extra help is needed February 2, 2015 RSVP required Post Graduate Center will take reservations beginning December 1, 2014
11 College Application Process Student Responsibility Request letters of recommendation ONLY if needed Complete application online Complete essay online - ONLY if needed Pay application fee (varies) Complete and turn in Transcript Request Form to the Post Graduate Center** ($5/transcript) Post Graduate Center Responsibility Send transcript to requested schools Send letter(s) of recommendation to requested schools Send FINAL transcript to college of choice **The STUDENT is responsible for submitting materials/requests to teachers and the Post Graduate Center.
12 Requesting Transcripts Student must complete the Transcript Request Form Any additional forms for teachers to complete must be given to teachers directly Any additional forms for counselor to complete must be turned in to Post Graduate Center with Transcript Request Form Student must check Naviance to see if teacher recommendations have been completed before turning in Transcript Request Form Completed Transcript Request Forms can only be turned in to Mrs. Storgaard Do not give your counselor any of the forms Mrs. Storgaard will process your application with the counselor Do no leave forms on the desk! Student can check Naviance to see when transcript request was processed Please allow 4-6 weeks for colleges/universities to process your transcript!
13 Naviance Students and parents can log on: College Search Search for schools Compare schools College Visits Find out when schools are visiting GHS Students can sign up to attend these visits Scholarships & Financial Aid Look at/search for scholarships and access applications ACT Test Preparation Method Test Prep
14 Financial Aid Money that is: Given- grants/scholarships Borrowed- loans (student and/or parent) Earned- work study Sources include: Federal Government (FAFSA) State Government (FAFSA, College Opportunity Fund COF ) Institutional Aid (FAFSA and/or CSS Profile) Private businesses/organizations (Scholarship applications)
15 Financial Aid- Grants Money from Federal, State, Institution, or private companies Most are need-based (FAFSA or CSS Profile) Most do not need to be repaid
16 Financial Aid- Loans Money that is borrowed from federal or state government (FAFSA) Student subsidized loan 3.86% Student unsubsidized loan 6.8% Parent PLUS loan 6.41% Federal Perkins Student Loan 5% Can wait to pay back after graduation Money that is borrowed from a bank, credit union, or school (Separate Loan Applications) Interest rates are typically higher up to 18% Must start paying it back as soon as it is received
17 Financial Aid Work Study Money earned from work, typically on-campus, while in college Money earned does not have to be repaid Students are paid as they work; money can be used for expenses throughout the term.
18 Financial Aid- Scholarships Money that is awarded for a variety of reasons Academics Athletics Personal Attributes Personal Affiliations Some are need based Where to find scholarships? Specific college website National scholarship databases Local scholarships Look on Naviance!
19 Financial Aid When applying to colleges, don t focus on the initial costs. All colleges will provide a financial aid notification with letter of acceptance. Student must be notified by April 1 st of admission status and financial aid to be received from each college. Student and parent will review each financial aid package and decide what is the best option. Student must accept admission to one school by May 1 st. Net Price Calculator Every college will have this on their website Estimate of what it will cost for student to attend
20 Free Application for Federal Student Aid General application to qualify for financial aid for ANY post=secondary school in the US Some scholarships use this information to determine need Complete FAFSA in January or early February File taxes early this year! Attend FAFSA Workshop on February 2, 2015 RSVP Required Use Both student and parent will need to apply for PIN before completing Watch out for scams (
21 Computing Financial Need Upon completion of the FAFSA, the Federal Government issues the student an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) Based upon parent(s) income, parent(s) non-retirement assets, student income, and student assets The EFC is how much the federal government believes your family can afford to send your student to school Regardless of varying college tuition rates, the EFC will be the same for each college. Financial Need = College Costs EFC It is possible to have a need at some schools and not others.
22 Financial Need Expenses Private University/College Public In-State University/College Community College Tuition $38,232 $9,000 (after COF) $2030 (after COF) Fees $945 $664 $99 Room & Board $10,818 $11,730 $0 Books & Supplies $1,800 $1,992 $1,500 Transportation $1,176 $500 $1,000 Personal Expenses $1,314 $1,314 $1,314 Total Cost of Attendance $54,285 $25,200 $5943 EFC $20,000 $20,000 $20,000 Financial Need $34,285 $5,200 $0
23 Financial Aid Package Expenses Private University/College Public In-State University/College Community College Total Financial Need $34,285 $5,200 $0 Grants $0 $0 $0 Scholarships $25,000 $5000 $5,000 Student Loans $17,000 $10,000 $1,000 Work Study $2,500 $2,500 $1,000 Total Financial Aid $44,500 $17,500 $7,000 Out of Pocket Cost $9,758 $7,700 +$1,057 Out of Pocket No Loans $26,785 $17,700 +$57
24 CSS Profile Financial aid application process through College Board. Many schools & scholarship programs use it to award nonfederal student aid funds. Helps schools and/or scholarships see the bigger picture of financial situation Colorado College University of Denver Available October 1 st Early date helps with Early Decision Costs $25 for application and report to 1 school or scholarships. Additional reports are $16
25 College Opportunity Fund Also known as the COF cough This stipend pays a portion of total in-state tuition when attending a Colorado public institution or a participating private institution Colorado Christian University Regis University University of Denver Will pay a portion of up to 145 undergraduate credit hours Stipend for $64/semester credit for PUBLIC institutions $32/semester credit for PRIVATE institutions Apply at
26 College Goal Sunday An opportunity for students and parents to get free help filling out the FAFSA February 8, :00-3:00 PM Auraria Campus Don t forget about Grandview s FAFSA Evening Monday, February 2, 2015
27 College Athletics NCAA Cost is $65 Student must register immediately if haven t already done so! Must request an initial transcript be sent by the PGC ($5). A final transcript will only be sent if student has requested an initial to be sent. Official test scores must be sent to NCAA from ACT and/or SAT (student must complete). NAIA Cost is $65
28 Be Aware of Deadlines! Post-mark deadlines vs. Actual deadlines CU-Boulder Early Notification = December 1 st Regular Decision = January 15 th Colorado State University Early Action = December 1 st Regular Decision = February 1 st University of Northern Colorado Deadline = August 1 st Rolling Admissions
29 In Summary. Begin the application process NOW! Write college essay ONLY if needed Be award of specific topics depending on the school application Have an English teacher proof read Have someone you doesn t know you read Request teacher/counselor recommendations ONLY if needed Must complete form(s) on Naviance and give to teacher/counselor face-to-face
30 In Summary. Students MUST attend College Readiness Day Tuesday, September 23 rd, 7:10 am Senior Seminar Meetings September 24 th -29 th In English Classes Ask questions along the way!
31 Agenda 6:30- Welcome Sarah Grobbel, Principal 6:40- Overview of College Application Process Mark Fisher & Allison Houston 7:20- Breakout Sessions I 8:00- Breakout Sessions II Applying to Public Colleges/Universities Bobby Browning, Colorado State University Auditorium Applying to Private Colleges/Universities Emily Forbes, University of Denver Lecture Center 2-year/Community College Applications & Transfer Process Howard Fukaye, Arapahoe Community College Library Classroom Financial Aid Process Christian Gonzalez, College in Colorado Choir Room How to Write a Smashing College Essay! Ann Richards, Grandview High School Band Room
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