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									  COLLEGE
APPLICATIONS

   Seniors and Parents
  IMPORTANT DEADLINES
• State Applications   • September 9th



• Private Florida &    • November 11th
  Out of State
  Applications
ADMISSION ACCEPTANCE
 Most Heavily Weighted Criteria

   Grade Point Average (GPA)

   Test Scores (SAT or ACT)

   Course Selection
 ADMISSION ACCEPTANCE
 Other Criteria which may be considered
    Essays

    Resume
         Leadership Positions
         Community Service
         Academic Honors
         Athletics Involvement and Honors
         Clubs
         Work
         Travel

    Letters of Recommendation

    Admission Visit
    FINDING INFORMATION
 State University System Comparison Sheet

 College’s Web Site

 College Admission Offices

 College Counseling Page on WA Web
  Site
 Bulletin Board in Senior Hallway

 High School Morning Announcements

 E-mail Your College Counselor
     APPLYING ON-LINE

 Go to college web site
 Follow steps for undergraduate applicants
 Apply Now - Complete all information. Do not
  leave anything blank. If question does not
  apply to you, put N/A
 Use course numbers sheet if the application
  requests them
 Time lock-out. Download and fill out on paper
  before type on-line.
 Complete all scholarship applications timely.
  Always check any additional deadlines and
  requirements to apply for college scholarship.
     APPLYING ON-LINE
 Click Save
 Print copies of your application. Store
  one copy in your college folder at home
  and bring in one copy to your college
  advisor.
 Make payment electronically by credit
  card. Checks mailed will slow the
  process down. Some colleges will not
  accept credit card payment on-line.
 Click send
FORMS TO PRINT
 You may need to print various forms
 Follow the on-line application directions
 Forms you may be requested to print:
   Proof of Residency Form (parent fills out)
   Teacher Recommendation Form (give to
    teacher)
   Counselor Recommendation Form
   Secondary School Report (give to counselor)
     SUBMIT FORMS TO
    STUDENT SERVICES

Bring all forms to your college
 counselor
Your teachers will give Student
 Services their forms with the
 recommendation letters
Student Services will mail these
 forms with your transcript
           FINISHED
 YOUR APPLICATION PROCESS IS
  COMPLETE
         COMMON
      APPLICATIONS
• Can be used for various schools
• One application is to be completed on-line
• Select the schools where you would like it to
  be sent
• Teacher Recommendations, Counselor
  and/or School Reports, and Supplemental
  Forms need to be printed and delivered to
  your college counselor
      BCC TRANSCRIPTS
• Student must request BCC transcripts
  to be sent to the college they are
  attending.
  – Request final transcripts from BCC after
    graduation.
  – If your social security number will not work in
    requesting your BCC transcript on-line, then
    contact Student Services for your BCC student
    number.
    ACT/SAT TESTING
   School CEEB Code 100492
   Send test scores directly to the colleges
    where you plan to apply
       This can be done when you register for the
        test (4 are free)
       collegeboard.com
       act.org
       Mix & Match, Averaging
   Thomson/Peterson’s Test Prep Course
       Westminster Academy has a site license
        which provides all WA students free access to
        test prep, college searches, scholarships,
        careers
        AFTER ACCEPTANCES

Notify Student Services of each and every
 acceptance, whether or not you plan to
 attend that particular college.
  •   Student Services Acceptance Sheet
  •   Identify accepted colleges
  •   Identify attending college
  •   Submit any and all Scholarship paperwork
      received from each and every college, whether or
      not you plan to attend that particular college
   COLLEGE DECISIONS
» Notify the college you plan to attend
   » Usually by a form through the mail
» Mail-in all deposits early
   » Enrollment
   » Housing
» Notify Student Services of your decision
   » Student Services will automatically send
     your final high school transcript only to
     the college you are attending after
     graduation.
» Request an Official Transcript be sent from
  BCC after graduation in July
» Register early for Orientation at selected
  college
          PAYING FOR COLLEGE
 It is each of the parent’s and the student’s
  responsibility to research and find scholarships

 Student Services will provide the following:
    Bright Future grade and test score input after
     students have registered for the scholarship
     beginning in December
     SCHOLARSHIPS--Students
 Check Student Services’ web pages weekly
 Check the scholarship bulletin board
 Use Thomson/Peterson’s page for search
 Check for scholarships at the college you plan
  to attend
 DO NOT WAIT UNTIL MAY OR JUNE TO LOOK FOR
  MONEY! START IMMEDIATELY!
 Web sites: facts.org, fastweb.com,
  petersons.com, college.net,
  princetonreview.com, CollegeAnswer.com
      SCHOLARSHIP--Students
 Notify Student Services of all scholarships
  awarded. Bring in a copy of your written
  Scholarship Award to Student Services.

 Scholarships will be listed in a Graduation
  Program supplement for the scholarships
  award letters Student Services have received.
        SCHOLARSHIP--Parents
 Fill out the FFAA form on-line in December
    (Florida Financial Aid Application) Must be done to
     receive Bright Futures Scholarship. (merit based)
 Fill out the FAFSA for other (need based)
  scholarships and financial aid.
    This should be done in early January.
    This requires tax information but can be estimated.
    Telephone Number: 1-800-433-3243
                    1-319-337-5665
     BRIGHT FUTURES
      SCHOLARSHIPS
   Submit a Florida Financial Aid Application
    (FFAA) in December at
    www.FloridaStudentFinancialAid.org
   Keep an eye on GPA and test scores
   GPA - 5 core classes: Math, English,
    Science, History and Foreign Language
   Keep taking SAT or ACT if necessary until
    June 2009
   75% Scholarship: 970 SAT or 20 ACT and
    GPA 3.0 - approximately $10,000 over 4
    yrs
   100% Scholarship: 1270 SAT or 28 ACT
    and GPA 3.5 - approximately $15,000
    over 4yrs
ATHLETES
   Admission must be made to the college through
    the regular admission process.

   NCAA Registration --online at
    www.ncaaclearinghouse.net

   Notify your college advisor of any communication
    with college coaches.

								
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