Seniors

Seniors2019-10-21T13:13:00-08:00

Please read this information and these take steps this year to move along the path to prepare yourself for career and college options.

January “Family Night” is Jan 12 & 13 after CCR

College Planning: Class of 2021

NEXT STEPS

Tuesday, January 12 at 10:10 AM

OR

Wednesday, January 13 at 10:10 AM

From Admission Letter to Beginning College Classes

Essential steps to be ready for college

Setting up college Accounts, understanding Financial Aid Award Letters, choosing housing, college orientations and registration for college classes can all be a little confusing.

In collaboration, Admissions Teams have come together to highlight important information as you walk through the process and explain what you MUST know to be ready for College!

ZOOM LINK: https://bit.ly/collegeplansksd

WOU Virtual Fall Campus Visit Program

Western Oregon University’s fall virtual campus visitation programs and application workshop opportunities for  students announced.

A list of visitation programs and application workshops can be accessed at https://network.wou.edu/portal/campus_visit.

Fall programs and workshops include the opportunity for high school seniors and transfer students to complete an application for Fall Term 201. The $60 application fee is waived as well!

Admissions is currently offering virtual campus tours via Facebook on Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. (Pacific Time). Recorded tours are also available in English and Spanish.

Contact Mr. Brooks if you have questions or need additional information.

KPNW Scholarship Date Change

Application Deadline Changed to December 30, 2020!

The deadline to apply for the KPNW Health Care Career Scholarship is Wednesday, December 30, 2020, 5 p.m. Pacific time.

Application registration will close on December 23 at 5 p.m. Pacific time.

Contact Mr. Brooks if you have questions.

FAFSA Checklist: What Information do I need?

Informational Checklist for FAFSA 2021-22

Lista de verificación informativa para FAFSA 2021-22

FAFSA Checklist-English
FAFSA Checklist-Spanish

¡Avanza! – A virtual event for U of I- Nov 17-19, 2020

University of Idaho is hosting Avanza Virtually this year, November 17, 18 and 19 from 6 – 8 p.m. MT.

It is our specialty event for Hispanic/Latinx high school seniors and their families.

Avanza is a great opportunity for Hispanic/Latinx seniors to discover how U of I will help them achieve their goals. They’ll meet our staff and alumni, learn about the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), and get one-on-one help with their admission application and FAFSA before our December 1 priority date (the early consideration date for our diversity scholarships). All services at Avanza for parents and students are offered in Spanish and English.

Students who attend Avanza will be interviewed for a chance to win one of twenty $500 scholarships provided by Idaho Central Credit Union.

Students can register for the event at www.uidaho.edu/avanza-events.

Contact Mr. Brooks with questions.

Hispanic Heritage Foundation’s 2020 Youth Awards

The Hispanic Heritage Foundation’s 2020 youth Awards educational grants program is now accepting applications.

Annual Youth Awards will award students who are in the graduating Class of 2021 with up to $1,000 in educational grants to fund their higher education or a community based project.  Recipients will be selected for their accomplishments in the classroom, community and for their excellence in various educational categories.  Recipients will also be celebrated in virtual ceremonies.  The deadline to apply is December 6th, 2020.  Students can apply and find more information at www.HispanicHeritage.org .  If you have questions email at youthawards@hispanicheritage.or

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