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Admissions. 2012-2013 AVID Senior Seminar. Colleges use multiple factors to decide who is admitted and who is denied. . We need 4 volunteers!. Academic Profile .

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admissions

Admissions

2012-2013 AVID Senior Seminar

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Academic Profile As published on the online college database, College Data, the following are the average academic profiles for incoming freshmen:
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Academic Profile As published on the online college database, College Data, the following are the average academic profiles for incoming freshmen:
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Academic Profile As published on the online college database, College Data, the following are the average academic profiles for incoming freshmen:
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Academic Profile As published on the online college database, College Data, the following are the average academic profiles for incoming freshmen:
the california state university system relies primarily on an eligibility index
The California State University System relies primarily on an eligibility index.
  • 10th & 11th grade grades

- AP and Honor extra points

  • Eligibility index includes:

- GPA = 2/3

- ACT or SAT scores = 1/3

(must complete A-G courses)

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While UC and private campuses may expect higher GPAs and test scores, they take into consideration other factors as well.
  • As reported by Karen Kucher in the San Diego Union Tribune, there 14 factors that are considered including:
  • Advanced Placement courses
  • Outstanding performances in one or more academic subject areas
  • Special talents or awards in athletics, performing arts or some other field
  • Quality of senior year program
  • Senior class ranking
compact for success
Compact for Success
  • Attain a 3.0 CSU GPA

at the time you apply to SDSU and graduate HS

  • Complete all A-G requirement

Grades C or better

  • Satisfy the ELM (Entry Level Math)

SAT 550 or higher or ACT 23

  • Satisfy the EPT (Entry Placement Test)

Score Except or conditionally exempt

Pass AP English Language test with 3 or higher

  • Take SAT AND ACT
financial aid

Financial Aid

2012-2013 AVID Senior Seminar

in a 2004 study conducted by the education resources institute it was found that
In a 2004 study conducted by the Education Resources Instituteit was found that…
  • 90% of Parents claimed knowledge of College Costs
  • 70% overestimated the actual costs
  • Overestimations were up to 300%

*Perna, Laura. “Impact of student aid program design, operations, and marketing on the formation of family college-going plans and resulting college-going behaviors of potential students”. College of Education - University of Maryland. 2004.

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According to the CSU budget office tuition has almost doubled in the past five years. It is currently $6,578.
the cost of attendance is only the sticker price your financial need is an important factor
The Cost of Attendance is only the sticker price. Your financial need is an important factor.
cal grants
Cal grants

CAL GRANT B

Must obtain a unweighted 3.0 GPA

Qualify financially

Goes straight into Tuition

More flexible

Lower GPA

Qualify financially

CAL GRANT A

the project on student debt reports that
The Project on Student Debt reports that…

“Two-thirds of college seniors who graduated in 2011 had student loan debt, with an average of $26,600 per borrower.”

While you may need to take out loans to pay for college…. It can be done!

recommendations

Recommendations

2012-2013 AVID Senior Seminar

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