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1 Senior Year Planning

2 CSU Senior Year Timeline OCTOBER 1 st – NOVEMBER 30 th Apply online at CSU Mentor NOVEMBER Last month to take the SAT or ACT DECEMBER Set up admission WebPortal JANUARY 1 st - MARCH 2 nd Apply for FAFSA or Dream Act EARLY FEBRUARY Deadline to apply for SDSU scholarships

3 CSU Senior Year Timeline Continued MARCH Admission decisions available on WebPortal MARCH – MAY Take ELM/EPT Admissions tests $18 per test MAY 1 st Deadline to submit Intent to Enroll deposit on WebPortal Varies from $150 - $400 MAY 1 st Deadline to submit Housing License Agreement with Deposit Varies from $375 - $600 JULY 15 th Freshman deadline to submit final official transcripts, including spring grades

4 UC Senior Year Timeline AUGUST – NOVEMBER 30 th Start and submit application DECEMBER Last month to take the SAT or ACT JANUARY Setup My Application admissions portal account JANUARY 1 st - MARCH 2 nd Apply for FAFSA or Dream Act MARCH Admission decisions available on My Application

5 UC Senior Year Timeline Continued APRIL – MAY Take the AWPE $110 MAY 1 st Deadline for intent to enroll in My Application $100 MAY 1 st Deadline for Housing License Agreement with deposit $300 - $675 JULY 1 st Deadline to submit final transcripts on My Application JULY 15 th Deadline to submit final test scores (SAT, ACT, TOEFL, AP/IB)

6 Private Universities & Community Colleges Deadlines vary by School Starting August 1 st Submit Common Application online at Take SAT/ACT Submit FAFSA or Dream Act by March 2 nd and complete CSS profile on Apply in Spring semester of senior year Apply online at Submit FAFSA or Dream Act by March 2 nd Apply for the BOG Waiver at

7 Hidden Costs After Being Accepted Beware that once you are provisionally accepted to a college, anticipate to pay out of pocket fees such as the placement test fees, intent of enrollment fee, and housing deposit fee. These fees combined are estimated to be between $100 - $1,000. Make sure you and your family are working on a savings plan starting in September of your Senior year so you will be able to meet this financial obligation in May.

8 Required Documents for Admission Applications High School Transcript Only report A-G courses Student Social Security Number Name on transcript, SS card & application must match exactly Test Scores SAT/ACT Fee Waiver Parents’ annual income Parents’ residency Credit Card or Check $55 fee per CSU campus $80 fee per UC campus Valid address

9 Where to get FREE money for College FAFSA (Government Funding) Apply January 1 st – March 2 nd every year! Attend Financial Aid Night at your school Attend Cal-SOAP FAFSA Cash for College workshops January 24 th January 31 st February 7 th February 21 st February 28 th

10 Where to get FREE money for College Scholarships (Private funding) Check for new scholarships and deadlines monthly Scholarships posted: Online through Naviance In the counseling center Web resources/Search engines

11 What can get me a scholarship? Assume that you QUALIFY for the scholarship and look for things that would DISQUALIFY you

12 Avoiding Scams If you have to pay money for FAFSA or a scholarship, it’s a scam Never pay more than the cost of a postage stamp to get information about a scholarship

13 Application Workshops!

14 Contacting Cal-SOAP… Meet with your College Peer Advisor (CPA) Visit the Cal-SOAP website at for information and current events for high school students! Remember, we are here for YOU!


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