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Senior Presentation. By Mrs. Fleming-Dittenber. ACT Registration. September 21 deadline to register for October 27 test at a National Test Site (MMCC). Required for 4 year colleges not for 2 year colleges. 2 year colleges use them in place of assessment.

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Senior Presentation


Mrs. Fleming-Dittenber

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ACT Registration

  • September 21 deadline to register for October 27 test at a National Test Site (MMCC).

  • Required for 4 year colleges not for 2 year colleges.

  • 2 year colleges use them in place of assessment.

  • $30.00 or $49.00 (if you miss the deadline.)

  • With writing $44.50 or $63.50 (if you miss the deadline)

  • Extra college reports $8.00

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ACT Registration

  • Applications available in counseling office or register on-line at

  • ACT Test Prep- free test prep book in the counseling office, books that can be signed out

    Site id: 0027572 Password: hchs

    create user name, select Harrison High School, enter information, and select testGear

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  • Students that registered for ACT with vouchers for the October test must take MME Oct. 30th & 31st at HHS.

  • Students not using voucher in Oct. may take in the spring w/juniors.

  • Promise Scholarship up to $4,000.

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College Night

  • September 25 at 6:30 pm CMU

  • Over 50 representatives from colleges will be there .

  • Students and parents are encouraged to attend.

  • Fast Web college search (flyers)

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College Representatives

  • Many college representatives will be here this fall to talk with students. Sign up in Counseling office before the date.

  • Listen to the announcements. Posted daily at

  • Times and colleges are posted on dry erase board by career center in the counseling office.

  • Meet with them and ask about programs.

  • Some colleges will give application fee wavers.

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College Applications

  • Available in the counseling office and on-line. Many colleges prefer on-line applications (some at no cost).

  • 4 year colleges $25.00 - $40.00 to apply.

  • MMCC is free.

  • Apply in the fall - before Christmas break.

  • Transcript release form for each application.

    (Even on-line apps)

  • Turn application into counseling office with transcript release form and check.


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Completing College Applications

  • Blue or black ink or on-line

  • No white out

  • Neatness is important

  • Prepare essays and short answers (proofread)

  • Use N/A when needed

  • Submit counseling page and transcript release to the counseling office

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College Admissions

  • What are the requirements? Do I meet them?

  • Range from open (community colleges) The only requirement is to graduate from high school? To highly selective (U of M) Where you need at least a 28 ACT and a 3.5 GPA.

  • Many Michigan colleges fall into liberal or traditional category where you need an average Act score and a 2.5 GPA, include Ferris, Lake Superior, and Northern Michigan.

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College Costs

  • 2 year colleges - least expensive begin at $5,000.00 a year.

  • 4 year public universities - $15,000.00 - $25,000 a year.

  • 4 year private universities - $28,000.00 - $35,000 a year.

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College Visits

  • Narrow your choices down to one or two and then visit those colleges. We will help you set up a visit in counseling office.

  • Excused absences - you are allowed two, need a note from home and documentation from your visit.

  • Handout ACT and SAT get set for college.

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Financial Aid


  • Must complete FAFSA to get state or federal financial aid.

  • Determines financial need.

  • Available in counseling office in January.

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Military Reps

  • Reps. will be here during school year

  • Look for announcements and check dry erase board by career center in counseling office.

  • Sign up in the Counseling office before the date.

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Career Assistance


  • If you are undecided about a career or college sign up with Mrs. Cooper and I will be glad to sit down and work with you.

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