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1 Carroll Community College

2 Small class size Small class size Great Technology Great Technology Free tutoring and mentors Free tutoring and mentors Career and employment assistance Career and employment assistance Disability Support Services Disability Support Services Begin any degree - tuition less than ½ of MD public schools Begin any degree - tuition less than ½ of MD public schools Your courses will transfer Your courses will transfer Why Carroll?

3 Co-Curricular activities Co-Curricular activities Service learning Service learning Intramural sports Intramural sports Academic Communities Academic Communities Clubs and organizations Clubs and organizations Involvement

4  Concurrent Enrollment (HS approval)  Hill Scholars Honors Program   Early Action -December 14, 2012 – Application and scholarship materials due   Regular Admission – February 22, 2013 – Application and scholarship materials due  First Year Success Program  First Year Interest Groups (FIGS) Special Programs you may consider…..

5  Submit your enrollment application when you come for placement testing  Transfer students need to do this to determine how credits transfer  It’s Free! Enrollment Application

6  AP credits count – take the test!  Concurrent Enrollment! Credits From Composite Score to AP Score The process of score setting—establishing the AP score boundaries (determining how many composite score points equals what AP score)—takes place immediately after the Reading. AP Exam scores are reported on a 5-point scale as follows: 5 Extremely well qualified* 4 Well qualified* 3 Qualified* 2 Possibly qualified* 1 No recommendation**

7  Appointments are required!  When should I test?  Who should test? (prior coursework or SAT/ACT scores may exempt you)  How long does it take?  English/Reading/Math – prepare. How? Placement Testing

8  SAT/550 or ACT/21 - exempt  2 part – untimed grammar  Argumentative Essay (45 minutes)  If needed English

9  SAT/550 or ACT/21= Exempt  Untimed  Reading passages and answering questions – testing comprehension Reading

10  SAT/550 or ACT/21 = college level (high level math need to test)  Untimed & Algebra based (yes algebra, 12 questions)  Adapts to the tester  Prepare!!   Math

11  Virtual format  Learn College policies & procedures  Required before registration First Advising Session

12  Advisor or admissions approval & select classes  When registering think about next steps - transfer  Eligible for online registration after meeting with an advisor Registration

13  Now, how do I pay for this…. OK, I’m registered

14  Pay cashier or be billed  FACTS Tuition Payment Plan (zero down until Jan. 2)  Tuition is $ per billable hour (In-county)  3 credit class = $  Approximately $1,600 per semester (based on 12 billable hrs) Tuition and Payment

15 FACTS Monthly Payment Plan FACTS Enroll by date FACTS Down Payment FACTS Number of Payments Months of payments Example for 12 billable hours (in county tuition rate) Until Jan. 3 none 5 Jan-May $0 down: 5 payments of $ Jan. 4 through Jan % (of total tuition) 4 Feb-May $ down: 4 payments of $ After Jan % 3 March-May $ down: 3 payments of $ Tuition is due on January 15 by paying in full or setting up FACTS. If you register after Jan. 15 payment or FACTS is due at the time of registration

16 General Eligibility:  GED or high school diploma must be obtained prior to receiving financial aid (concurrently enrolled students will not qualify)  For federal financial aid programs, male students must register for the selective service  Student must maintain satisfactory academic progress to continue to get aid Financial Aid

17 Eligibility for Specific Programs:  Apply on time! March 1 priority deadline!  Institutional Deadline – April 1  Pell grant awards are based on the student’s enrollment status; however, some federal and state aid programs require full-time enrollment. Financial Aid

18  FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at  Application is FREE  Use last year’s income taxes to complete  Fill out FAFSA on the Web worksheet first to use as a guide when completing the online form  Online signatures and PINs Financial Aid

19 Scholarship applications:  Check libraries and online  Be aware of early deadlines  Apply for Carroll Foundation Scholarships in Mar/Apr  Check Financial Aid Office bulletin boards and web pages Financial Aid

20 Questions???

21 Contact Information: Katie Ryan M.Ed Admissions Counselor Carroll Community College


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