College Planning 101. CHS Senior College Night. Options after High School. 1. College 2. Military Service 3. Apprenticeships 4. Work. Tonight’s focus is on college . College planning takes time. It’s not something that is easily decided overnight.
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CHS Senior College Night
2. Military Service
College planning takes time. It’s not something that is easily decided overnight.
Characteristics to consider:
Plan time to visit the colleges
you are considering!
*meet with an admissions counselor
-chances of admission
-review cost/financial aid
*take a campus tour
*visit a class
*talk with staff and students
deadlines for applying.
A typical application packet requires:
Source: ACT organization
College is expensive but when there’s a will, there’s a way!
FAFSA forms can be submitted after January 1st.
*Before the FAFSA can be submitted, students and parents need to apply for a PIN.
Financial aid scams
*You should never have to pay a
fee to submit the FAFSA or any
-Friday, October 26th, 12:30-3:00 p.m.
-Monday, November 5th, all day
-Monday, November 19th, @ 7:00 a.m. (HS Library)
Mary Parsley, CHS Counselor
TimmieLinehan, CHS College & Career Coordinator