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Welcome Clearview Parents to: College Admissions Night Welcome Clearview Parents to: College Admissions Night

Clearview School Counselors Mr. Dodd Terry, Director Mrs. Jennine Donnelly (A – Dan) Mr. Clearview School Counselors Mr. Dodd Terry, Director Mrs. Jennine Donnelly (A – Dan) Mr. Paul Sommers (Dar – He) Ms. Meghan Becker (Hi – Me) Mr. Stephen Asay (Mi – Sa) Ms. Lisa Marandola (Sc – Z) Dr. Steve Moraca (Grade 9)

Relationships • • You and your School Counselor You and College Admissions reps You Relationships • • You and your School Counselor You and College Admissions reps You and Financial Aid officers You and your child – Be intentional – Eyes Wide Open

Tonight’s Agenda • SAT’s, ACT’s and/or SAT Subject Tests • Self-assessment: ü 2 -year/Trade Tonight’s Agenda • SAT’s, ACT’s and/or SAT Subject Tests • Self-assessment: ü 2 -year/Trade vs. 4 -year ü College likes/dislikes • College Campus visits! • Review application dates & deadlines • Instant Decision Days • Scholarships & Financial Aid

Tonight’s Agenda (cont. ) • Counselors meet/have met with seniors individually • Review of: Tonight’s Agenda (cont. ) • Counselors meet/have met with seniors individually • Review of: – Naviance – Top college choices – Future plans (career, major) – Upcoming Testing Opportunities – Applications/Teacher Recommendations

Your Game Plan is Critical • • Safety Schools Target Schools Reach Schools Number Your Game Plan is Critical • • Safety Schools Target Schools Reach Schools Number of schools to apply to

Factors Influencing Admissions Decisions • Major Factors – Rigor of Academic Program – Sixth Factors Influencing Admissions Decisions • Major Factors – Rigor of Academic Program – Sixth Semester GPA/Rank – SAT/ACT Scores • Other Factors – Co-curricular involvement – Letters of Recommendation – Essay/Interview if required – Senior Year Grades

Types of Admission Plans Early Action (nonbinding) Rolling Early Decision (binding) (reviewed when received) Types of Admission Plans Early Action (nonbinding) Rolling Early Decision (binding) (reviewed when received) Regular

Important Dates! October 1 st FAFSA Available: Complete FREE Application for Federal Student Aid Important Dates! October 1 st FAFSA Available: Complete FREE Application for Federal Student Aid October 15 th Recommendation letters: ask by this date. Early Action deadlines begin November 1 st Common Early Action/Decision deadline November 24 th Thanksgiving: All applications completed by this date April 1 st Decision Notifications Received (Regular Admission) May 1 st Enrollment Deadline: All students must decide on college choice

Ways to Apply • www. commonapp. org • One application that about 600 colleges Ways to Apply • www. commonapp. org • One application that about 600 colleges accept (ex. Rowan and TCNJ are common app exclusive) • Fill out once and submit to as many colleges as you wish • Apply directly to the institution • Application is on the college’s website- create a student portal, save as you go along, SUBMIT (ex. Rutgers, Penn State) ** Some colleges accept either the Common App OR the app on their website: this is your choice and no need to do both **

Processing the Application THE STUDENT: • Complete and submit the colleges application either through Processing the Application THE STUDENT: • Complete and submit the colleges application either through commonapp. org or the college’s website • Submit essay, if applicable, and payment with your application • Send SAT directly to colleges through collegeboard. org and/or ACT scores through actstudent. org • If using Common App, match your Naviance account with your Common App account • Request transcripts and letters of recommendation on Naviance • Monitor the submission status of your materials • Wait for acceptances!

Processing the Application (cont’d) PARENTS: • Create a calendar of deadlines with your child Processing the Application (cont’d) PARENTS: • Create a calendar of deadlines with your child • Look over your child’s applications before submitting • Encourage your child to take the SAT in October or November • Fill out the FAFSA after October 1 st • Celebrate acceptances, understand that declines happen, offer support and encouragement

Processing the Application (cont’d) TEACHERS: Writes your letter of recommendation Completes Common App Teacher Processing the Application (cont’d) TEACHERS: Writes your letter of recommendation Completes Common App Teacher report Uploads both to Naviance SCHOOL COUNSELOR: Writes a letter of recommendation, if necessary Completes a Secondary School Report Submits letters of recommendations, transcripts, and school reports electronically through Naviance

- Access through Clearview HS Guidance website (not Naviance. com) - Students request transcripts/letters - Access through Clearview HS Guidance website (not Naviance. com) - Students request transcripts/letters of recommendation - Sign up for college rep visits - College search engine: average SAT scores, GPA/course requirements - Career Assessment: Strengths Explorers

Applying to Rutgers • Apply on-line • Application deadline: November 1 (early); December 1 Applying to Rutgers • Apply on-line • Application deadline: November 1 (early); December 1 (regular) • No transcripts or recommendations • SRAR – Student Reported Academic Record • Request an “unofficial transcript” from your counselor

Applying to Rowan College at Gloucester County • Students attend one of the Priority Applying to Rowan College at Gloucester County • Students attend one of the Priority Admissions Program information sessions on: Monday, November 14 or Friday, November 18 – held at Clearview • Students will take the Accuplacer test • SAT score (3 -1 -16 or later) of 530 Math and 480 EBRW = exemption • REGISTER!!! • NJ STARS program/Dual Enrollment agreements

Two-Year Vocational/Trade Schools • Local County College Programs • 1 -2 Year Programs leading Two-Year Vocational/Trade Schools • Local County College Programs • 1 -2 Year Programs leading to professional licensure • Fields with high demand for positions/short supply of workers • See your school counselor for additional information re: vocational/trade school programs

College Visits • Fall of Senior Year is a perfect time to visit or College Visits • Fall of Senior Year is a perfect time to visit or even re-visit • Multiple Open House and Information Session opportunities • Consider e-mailing the admissions representative assigned to our region (can look up online) • Three excused college visit days – use them!

College Admissions Visits to CRHS • The following colleges have admissions representatives conducting information College Admissions Visits to CRHS • The following colleges have admissions representatives conducting information sessions at CRHS. – University of Delaware, Rowan University – Stockton University, TCNJ – George Mason University, Virginia Tech – Drexel University, Camden Co. College

Instant Decision Days (IDDs) • Admissions counselors conduct a brief interview and offer admission Instant Decision Days (IDDs) • Admissions counselors conduct a brief interview and offer admission to the college on the spot • Students must complete the entire application process prior to the interview, including: – Complete application, send SAT/ACT scores, request transcripts, etc. – Sign up for the IDD on Naviance! • Schools participating this year are: Rider U. , Widener U, and York College of PA.

Scholarships Collegebased Communitybased Scholarship bulletin Scholarships Collegebased Communitybased Scholarship bulletin

Monthly Scholarship Bulletin Monthly Scholarship Bulletin

Financial Aid § After October 1, 2016 at: www. fafsa. ed. gov § Financial Financial Aid § After October 1, 2016 at: www. fafsa. ed. gov § Financial Aid Night at Clearview: Thursday, October 13 7: 00 pm in the Theatre § Contact the financial aid office of a specific college

NCAA Eligibility • Division I and II – http: //web 1. ncaa. org/ECWR 2/NCAA_EMS NCAA Eligibility • Division I and II – http: //web 1. ncaa. org/ECWR 2/NCAA_EMS /NCAA. jsp - NCAA Eligibility Center • If you are a prospective NCAA Division I and II student-athlete, make sure you are registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

Reminders/Dates… • Keep an eye on senior year grades • Finish/Re-visit colleges (in March/April) Reminders/Dates… • Keep an eye on senior year grades • Finish/Re-visit colleges (in March/April) • Register and prepare for SAT (SAT Subject if applicable) and/or ACT • Check out Clearview’s Web-site/Naviance for upto-date college information – Go to: www. clearviewregional. edu – “Guidance”: • Allow 2 weeks to process transcripts • October 13 th – College Fair (over 125 colleges) in the RCGC Phys. Education Center – 6– 8 pm

Questions? Concerns? Mr. Terry Ms. Becker Mrs. Donnelly Mr. Asay Mr. Sommers Ms. Marandola Questions? Concerns? Mr. Terry Ms. Becker Mrs. Donnelly Mr. Asay Mr. Sommers Ms. Marandola ASK A COUNSELOR!