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A school that offers education beyond high school
What is a college?
If your main interests are in this group, you’re probably a creator who likes things to be unique and original
What is artistic?
Money provided to help you pay college expenses
What is financial aid?
An award given to a college graduate upon completion of a program of study
What is a degree or certificate?
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA
What form must be completed to receive federal financial aid for college?
A goal that is Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Time-based
What is a SMART goal?
A website that provides information on how to plan, prepare and pay for college
What is UCanGo2.org?
Sports teams, clubs and organizations that require a student’s participation outside of class time
What are extracurricular activities or volunteer work?
High school classes you must take to fulfill your college entrance requirements
What are core classes?
A tax-deferred college savings account in Oklahoma
What is the Oklahoma 529 College Savings Plan?
Anything that keeps you from focusing when you’re trying to study, such as the TV or your cellphone
What is a distraction?
The type of subject you should study first
What is a challenging subject?
A website that offers resources to help students keep track of their courses
What is UCanGo2.org?
A short pause in your study time that you may need if you’re losing your concentration
What is a break?
Something that’s essential for a good study environment
What is good lighting? OR a quiet atmosphere? OR a large area to spread out your books and papers? (only one answer needed)
The average overall grade earned by a student, figured by dividing the grade points earned by the number of credits attempted
What is a grade-point average or GPA?
Money for college awarded to students who make good grades or meet other specialized criteria
What is a scholarship?
A financial aid program that provides jobs for students who qualify
What is College Work- Study?
Achievement tests that can be taken multiple times to improve your scores for college admission and scholarships
What are the ACT and SAT?
An Oklahoma scholarship program that grants free college tuition to eligible students
What is Oklahoma’s Promise?
The year Oklahoma became the 46 th state
What is 1907?
This city served as Oklahoma’s first state capital
What is Guthrie?
Oklahoma’s state bird
What is the scissor-tailed flycatcher?
The six states that border Oklahoma
What are Texas, New Mexico, Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, and Colorado?
The number of counties in Oklahoma
What is 77?
It typically takes four to five years to earn a bachelor’s degree at one of these schools
What is a university?
Another name for a two-year school
What is a community college?
The largest college in Oklahoma
What is OU?
A state-funded school that offers training and/or certification in specialized careers
What is a technology center?
This university is located in Stillwater, Oklahoma
What is OSU?
Oklahoma’s Promise 4 Preparing for College.
High School College Vocabulary Greater Than, Equal,
Types of Colleges. Community & Junior Colleges Generally 2-year Associate Degree programs Can usually transfer to 4-year college Offer specialized job.
College Terms to Know Preparing for College and Careers You Can GO! Student Goal: Student will accurately define college terms by completing the foldable.
Career Planning. Career Interests Think of careers that would be interesting as well as rewarding. Consider careers that would match up with your natural.
College and Career Readiness October Four Year Plan Plan your course of study over four years Track graduation requirements Calculate your.
Beaver Hangouts Edition. Why go to college? Financial Aid Types of Degrees Exploring Interests Preparing for College
College Planning How Do I Get There?. What is UCanGo2? A college access program for high school and middle school students and parents Provides information.
COLLEGE MAKING IT HAPPEN FOR MY CHILD. TOPICS Is College Worth It? How Can I Help My Child Get Ready for College Now? Financial Aid & Scholarships California.
PEBBLEBROOK H.S. SENIOR CLASS MEETING CLASS OF 2014.
Precollege Programs College Edition 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt.
College Planning Where Do I Go?. What is UCanGo2? A college access program for high school and middle school students and parents Provides information.
Getting into College Choosing a Career Financial AidRandom Important Stuff
College Planning How Do I Pay For It?. What is UCanGo2? A college access program for high school and middle school students and parents Provides information.
Contents Click the link below to go directly to the slides for that chapter. Chapter 1 ■ Your Personal Strengths Chapter 2 ■ The Roles You Play Chapter.
Senior timeline Graduation Plans College Information Career Planning College Selection & Admissions SAT & ACT Financial Aid.
Paying for College : Scholarship and Financial Aid Information.
Freshman Admission Requirements 3.0 GPA or better on a 4.0 scale and top 33.3% rank in high school graduating class. 3.0 GPA or better in 15-unit core.
Colleges Not Collages. How do you get into college? Fill out the application and pay the application fee Send your official transcript with your GPA and.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
© MEFA - All Rights Reserved © MEFA. All rights reserved. 1 Cover from parent ECP book.
Why attend College? Level of Education Ave. Yearly Income for People 18yrs. or Older Some High School $16,000 High School Graduate $25,000 Bachelor’s.
FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Can everyone afford to go to college? YES! With the help of scholarships, grants, and loans, anyone can afford to go to college!
Getting Into College Deerfield Beach High School.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt How to finance college The DegreeCourses.
College and Career Readiness October Four Year Plan Plan your courses over four years Track IRHS graduation requirements: Are you on track to obtain.
What is FINANCIAL AID? NEED BASEDNON NEED BASED INCLUDING MERIT GIFT AIDSELF-HELP AID SCHOLARSHIPS GRANTS WORK-STUDY LOANS HIGHER EDUCATION TAX CREDITS.
SUCCESS IN HIGH SCHOOL LEADS TO COLLEGE OPPORTUNITIES.
College Mascot/Logo Competition!. Instructions: Take out a sheet of paper. Put your name on it and number down the page As the teacher goes through.
College Admissions Types of Colleges Financial Aid.
How Do I Get There?. What is ? o A college access program for high school and middle school students and parents o Provides information on how to plan,
March to College Continuing Education After High School Brought to you by Truman State’s National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
9 TH G RADE O RIENTATION Class of S TUDENTS : T O D O Take challenging classes in core academic subjects. Most colleges require four years of.
GEAR UP Tip of the Week: WRITE DOWN ONE GOAL FOR THE LAST 6 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER.
Preparation for life after Graduation. Mrs. Clairday Career Facilitator at Harrisburg My job is grant funded. I work through ASUN but I am housed at.
Why do so many students choose to start their college education at NOVA? Open Access – no SAT scores or high school grades required for admission (18 years.
What every Senior at SHS should be doing right now!
Updated 2/11/2015. Enrollment Chattahoochee Technical College Serves: –6 Counties 8 School Systems ≈ 45 public high schools –8 private high schools.
Where Do I Go?. What is ? o A college access program for high school and middle school students and parents o Provides information on how to plan, prepare.
GETTING INTO COLLEGE: A PARENT GUIDE Presented by: Blanca Rodriguez, Counselor Engineering, IB, & Roa-Ta Buhach Colony High School.
Preparing for College. College? You probably already know a little bit about college already. But you might also have some questions. Use the KWL and.
WELCOME !!. College or University? Very distinct difference in terminology between the USA and the rest of the world In the US, there is very little difference.
Let’s Talk About Financial Aide… GACollege411 (Will Change to GAFutures) Scholarship Finders Announcements About Financial Aide Opportunities District/County.
Fall College Information Night October 19, Information Locations Office Guidance web-page at Homeroom Classes Students need.
College Planning Night. Colleges and Universities 2 Year Community Colleges 18 or high school graduate Transfer Terminal degree or Certificate Enrichment.
Off to College Show me the money Where do I go? Take it to the next degree This & That “P”erfect response response
Interested in becoming a M2O student? This information session will offer you the opportunity to explore the benefits of the Concurrent Enrollment program.
Jeopardy Admissions Career Development AdvisementFinancial Aid Registrar Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Graduation Action Plan 11th Grade Career/College Planning Unit Module Two: Educational Awareness.
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