College Planning Checklist for High School Seniors
Prepare for and take the SATs!
Tell your parents to complete their income taxes early because the calculations are also used in financial aid requests!!
Fill out and send in the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) early.
Fill out and send in college financial aid applications.
Complete scholarship applications. For community and civic scholarships, students should check with the guidance office.
The state of Florida offers scholarships for Florida students who go to a public college in-state. To apply for this you must have a SAT score of 1270, or an ACT score of 28. You must also have a 3.5 GPA in the 15 credits designated by state universities as necessary for college credit. This scholarship covers 100 percent of tuition fees!!
For a fast link to several scholarships look at this web site--www.fastweb.com
Review awards letters and decide which college to attend. Send deposit.
If scholarships and financial aid awards fall short, apply for student, private and parent education loans.
All information was taken from the Gainesville Sun's WorkLife section from Monday, Nov. 10, 1997
| Class Schedule
| ROM 101
| MAJ 560
| IOC 302
| ELE 403 |
About this site: Why the site was done and where the information was taken from.
This site was authored by Courtney Recht