El Departamento de Educación de EE. UU. ha revisado la Solicitud Gratuita de Ayuda Federal para estudiantes (FAFSA®) en una medida que no hemos visto en una generación. Únase a nuestros expertos mientras comparten consejos y información útiles para ayudarle a completar su FAFSA®.
Durante nuestra sesión, organizada en español, los estudiantes y las familias también aprenderán consejos clave sobre dónde encontrar y solicitar becas, cómo crear un ensayo ganador de becas y más.
- Consejos clave de la FAFSA® para estudiantes
- Cómo iniciar el proceso de FAFSA®
- Lo que los estudiantes y los padres necesitan (¡y no necesitan!) para completar la FAFSA®
- Recursos de becas
- Consejos para solicitar becas y crear ensayos ganadores
Completar la FASFA®—Encontrar dinero gratis para la universidad Miércoles 29 de noviembre a las 7pm ET | 6pm CT | 5pm MT | 4pm PT
This year’s College and Career Extravaganza is happening this November 15th at 6-8:30 PM! Guest presenters a well as our own experts will be giving presentations on some of the your most common college and career questions. This event is open to all Churchill students and their families! Food will be provided!
See you there!
This Friday, November 3rd, representatives from the Oregon Air National Guard will be visiting to talk about post high school job opportunities! This is a great chance for you to ask questions and explore post high school options outside of colleges and universities. We will be meeting at 11:45 in room F36. See you there!
What is the OSAC?
The Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC) Scholarship Application is opening this November 1st for the 2024/25 school year! The OSAC allows Oregon residents to apply for multiple scholarships at one time with hundreds of scholarships available. We encourage all graduating seniors to fill out the OSAC, even if you are planning to attend college out of state.
What you need to do:
The OSAC has multiple sections that need to be filled out, so don’t wait to get started. Sections include…
- Filling out an activities chart
- Writing personal statements
- Submitting your FAFSA/ORSAA
- November 1st – OSAC Scholarship Application opens
- December – 2024-24 FAFSA and ORSAA open
- February 15 – Early Bird Scholarship deadline
- April 1 – Scholarship Application Final deadline
- June 1 – Oregon Promise Application deadline
DON’T WAIT! The FAFSA won’t open until December, but you can start and submit your OSAC application now! There are over 600 scholarships available through the OSAC so start early and get ahead!
Head to the OSAC website HERE
On November 16th, representatives from the University of Oregon will be hosting a workshop here on campus in room F 36 from 3:30 to 5:00 PM to help students with their applications to the UO!
This workshop is designed to help students finish the application, but we recommend that you have the following items prepared prior to attending this event:
- Your laptop (We will not have computers available for you, you much bring your own)
- Your email address
- your $65 application fee (Mastercard or Visa only)(You may qualify for a fee waiver)
- Unofficial high school transcripts
- Test scores (optional)
- Residency information
- Non optional written statements (some essays are opt in)
- Optional special circumstance statement
For a more details on what to bring, Click Here
If you complete your application at the Duck Express event, you will be considered an early application applicant and receive an early decision. The standard date for early application at the UO is November 1st, so this is a very special opportunity.
The Landmark College visit has been moved to Monday, November 13. Landmark College is a private college in Vermont that specialized in teaching students with learning disabilities. This is a very unique college so if you are at all interested don’t miss this chance!
We will be meeting in room F 36 at 11:45 AM
We’ll see you then!
ServiceNow is holding an online webinar specifically for Black and Latinx community members to discover a wide range of internship opportunities in areas such as finance, marketing, software engineering, and digital technology!
Click Here for more information!
Time and Location
Saturday November 4, 2023 from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Rainier Beach High School,
8815 Seaward Park Ave, South Seattle, WA 98118
About this Event
The Seattle Black College Expo is an excellent, unique opportunity for high school juniors and seniors who identify as black or African American to connect with colleges and celebrate their unique experiences. The BCE hosts historically black colleges as well as other colleges and universities from around the U.S to meet with students one on one to give advice and even give admissions decisions on the spot. Please bring a copy of your transcripts as well as your ACT or SAT scores with you to this event!
This event is free to all students and offers opportunities to earn scholarships as well as cash prizes, so don’t miss out!
To find for information and register for this event, Click Here