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1 Torrey Pines High School Senior Presentations Class of 2012

2 Transcripts Check your transcripts for the following: -Correct Name, Address -Off campus classes -Credits -Grades -Check for Repeats -Graduation Status -State ID # = SSID # (UC System Only)

3 Naviance Computer Program To login- Your school ID number is your Naviance registration code. Your parents can also create an account by using your ID # with a P at the end. If you have never logged in start by clicking here.

4 Naviance Features Scholarship Opportunities – Find out what scholarships are available to you. Career Exploration- Find career information such as salaries, future outlook, and education needed. Research Colleges- Compare GPA, standardized test scores, and other statistics to actual historical data from our school for students who have applied and been admitted in the past (this will be available for our students in future years) Sign up for college visits- Find out which colleges are visiting our school and sign up to attend those sessions. Then print the and use it as your pass to the visit. Max of 6 visits per student.

5 Community Colleges Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG): This program offers guaranteed admission to students who complete a core set of courses at a California community college.

6 California State Universities (CSU) 23 campuses Service Area: CSU San Marcos Applicants must meet the A-G subject requirements Apply

7 University of California (UC) 9 campuses Visit: pathways.ucop.edu/doorways/list for a complete list of Torrey Pines High School UC approved courses Applicants must meet the A-G subject requirements Apply Application determined by comprehensive review process State ID # = SSID # (bottom left hand corner of transcript)

8 UC/CSU Subject Requirements (A-G) A: History/ Social Science: 2 years required B: English: 4 years required C: Math: 3 years required/ 4 yrs recommended D: Lab Science: 2 yrs required/ 3 recommended E: Foreign Language: 2 yrs required/ 3 yrs recommended F: Visual/ Performing Arts: 1 year required G: Electives: 1 year required

9 “D” Grades UC and CSU campuses consider a D grade in a required subject a Subject Omission. Students who have received a D grade in a required course need to repeat the course in order to be eligible to apply to a UC or CSU campus… HOWEVER…there are exceptions… Math World Languages *See your counselor for specific information*

10 UC/ CSU Application Deadlines All students are expected to apply online: UC online application: Filing period: November 1- November 30 CSU online application: Application available: October 1st Filing period: November 1- November 30

11 Private and Out of State Colleges 1. Admission requirements vary by institution 2. Often use “committee” type admission process 3. Students should check with individual campuses to determine admission requirements & deadlines 4. Many campuses use the Common Application (Visit for more information) 5. Letter of Recommendation required

12 College Admission Testing Requirements ☺ great resource to view a list of colleges and universities that do not require a SAT or ACT exam for admission University of California: ●Require SAT reasoning or ACT (w/ writing) ●Subject exams no longer required, but some majors may recommend certain subject tests. CSU: ●Require SAT or ACT Private Schools: Refer to school websites, some allow ACT exam to replace subject test requirements. Ivy League schools DO require SAT Subject Tests.

13 Test Dates SAT –October 1 TPHS –November 5 TPHS –December 3 TPHS ACT –October 22 TPHS –December 10 th ** Please note that some schools may not accept scores from the December test day.

14 Prospective College Athletes NCAA Eligibility Center: 1.Don’t forget to register 2.Ensure you are meeting the NCAA course requirements. Student athletes may no longer enroll in BYU Online courses in order to meet NCAA Division I core course requirements. Students previously enrolled in BYU Online courses must have completed all course work, including final exams, and have a final grade posted by July 30, Bring signed FERPA form, found on Naviance, and stamped & addressed envelope to TPHS Registrar.

15 Financial Aid/ Scholarships Encourage all students to apply Visit to download FAFSA formwww.fafsa.gov Form available January 1, 2012 Form must be submitted by March 2, 2012 More scholarship information on Naviance Financial Aid Info Night at TPHS CSS/ Profile: - Similar to FAFSA - Certain private Universities use this form to determine financial aid eligibility

16 How to Apply to College

17 The first thing you will do, is click on the FERPA Agreement link.

18 FERPA Agreement Be sure to print the FERPA form and return to counselor to waive your right to access letter. No counselor can write you a letter of rec without this form on file. Also, be sure to give one to any teacher who will be writing you a letter. Students who do not waive their right will receive a generic, neutral letter.

19 Begin by clicking on the “colleges” tab.

20 Next, click on the “colleges I’m applying to” link If you can’t see this link it is because you are using your parents login info.

21 If you intend to apply to a Common Application school, read this additional FERPA agreement carefully, then check one of these boxes. If you do not intend to apply to ANY Common App schools, you can skip this step. You must create a Common Application username by going to their website.

22 At the bottom of the FERPA you must enter your Common App username and password. This is how your info from Naviance will be connected to your application.

23 If you have never used this page, start with “add colleges to this list”.

24 Add your college list by using the “lookup” feature.

25 You can browse colleges by state, country, or name.

26 Choose a type of admission and be sure to check what each school offers. Remember… Early Decision- (Binding, only apply early to 1 school) Early Action- (Non-Binding, Can apply EA to other schools) Single Choice EA-(Non-Binding, cannot apply to other schools early)

27 After you find the school and select the admission type, click “Add Colleges”.

28 Make sure that your college list is ACCURATE! Your counselors and teachers will refer to this list as needed for deadlines.

29 To find the teacher and counselor brag packets, click on the “about me” tab.

30 Click on the brag packet to the left that you wish to complete first.

31 Complete every question and pay close attention to deadlines.

32 For a teacher recommendation, be sure to complete all the questions as well. For questions that ask for specifics in a class, use separate paragraphs for each teacher and devote equal time to both.

33 Once your brag packets are done, return to your college list and scroll down to the bottom and click on “add/cancel requests”.

34 Select your teachers and COUNSELORS from the pull down menu here. This will send them an notifying them that the brag packet is done. Be sure to ask them in person first, before sending the , as a courtesy.

35 Don’t forget to select “Update Requests” once you teachers and counselor have been selected.

36 Requesting Letters of Recommendation Once again, you MUST speak with the recommender (i.e. teacher or counselor) before completing your brag packet and submit to them the signed FERPA agreement form. Common Application schools must be completed through Naviance, NO ENVELOPES REQUIRED!!!

37 Schools NOT on the Common Application Letters of recommendation are needed for private and some out of state schools only. Be sure to add all colleges you are applying to on Naviance under your college list. For these colleges and universities you must bring in: – a stamped (3) and addressed 8½ x 11 envelope for each college. –Each schools secondary school report. –A transcript requested through the registrars office. **Remember, UC/CSU Schools do not accept letters of recommendation

38 Resources Refer to our College Application Reference Sheet, found on Naviance for assistance. For a detailed step by step guide of Naviance, see this video.

39 Letter of Recommendation Request Deadlines For Early Admissions: –September 30 th The deadline to request and submit your brag packet for a LOR for all colleges/scholarships with an application deadline that is Dec. 1st 2011 or before. For Regular Admissions: –October 31 st The deadline to request and submit your brag packet for a LOR for all colleges/scholarships with an application deadline that is Dec. 2nd 2011 or after.

40 Upcoming Events… October 5 th Senior Parent College Info Night at 6:30p October 12 th: Senior Meetings (During 9 th -11 th grade PSAT testing) UC online application workshop CSU online application workshop Q & A session with the counselors

41 The last day to drop a class… … without any record on your transcript is Tuesday, September 27 th, 2011 The last day to Withdraw from a class is Thursday, December 1 st, 2011 (A W will appear on your transcript)

42 Remember to contact your counselor for more information: A-CMrs. Cambra D-IMr. Dean J-Ma and ELMrs. Sanchez-Allwein Mb-Sa and AVIDMs. McCann Sb-ZMs. Gervasini Enjoy Your Senior Year!


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