STUDENT SERVICES NEWS September 13, 2019
College Reps are calling daily to set up times to meet with students in Student Services who are interested in meeting with them to find out more about their schools. Check Naviance often to see which schools have scheduled a time. Sign up in Naviance to meet with them if interested.
It is your responsibility to note your scheduled visit dates and time in your agenda book. Then, come to Student Services for your scheduled visit. Reminder passes are not sent.
Below is a list of the schools that have signed up to come to Student Services so far.
Shenandoah University Sept. 16 11:00
Salisbury University Sept. 18 9:30
Washington University in St. Louis Sept. 20 9:00
McDaniel College Sept. 20 12:30
The George Washington University Sept. 20 1:00
Xavier University Sept. 23 12:00
Loyola University Sept. 23 12:30
Stevenson University Sept. 23 1:00
The University of Alabama Sept. 25 9:30
Roanoke College Sept. 25 10:45
Muhenberg College Sept. 26 10:15
James Madison University Sept. 27 9:00
University of Miami Sept. 27 1:00
Furman University Oct. 1 8:30
Towson University Oct. 1 9:00
Auburn University Oct. 1 12:45
Howard Community College-Honors Program Oct. 2 9:00
High Point University Oct. 2 10:00
Duke University Oct. 2 12:00
Capitol Technology University Oct. 3 10:30
Hood College Oct. 4 9:15
UMBC Oct. 3 12:00
Marist College Oct. 4 9:45
University of Southern California Oct. 7 1:00
Miami University of Ohio Oct. 8 8:40
York College Oct. 8 9:30
Montclair State University Oct. 8 10:30
University of South Carolina Oct. 8 11:15
University of Pittsburg at Bradford Oct. 8 1:00
Hofstra University Oct. 10 8:30
Vanderbilt University Oct. 10 1:00
Howard Community College-complete Applications Oct. 11 9:00
Elon University Oct. 14 9:30
Goucher College Oct. 14 10:00
Drexel University Oct. 14 1:00
Rochester Institute of Technology Oct. 15 8:45
Meredith College Oct. 17 9:30
St. Mary's College of MD Oct. 21 11:00
Wilson College Oct. 21 12:30
Morgan State University Oct. 22 10:00
Marywood University Oct. 22 1:15
San Diego State University Oct. 23 9:00
Christopher Newport University Oct. 23 9:30
Villanova University Oct. 23 1:00
Mt. St. Mary's University Oct. 24 9:00
Messiah College Oct. 25 8:00
Dickinson College Oct. 28 11:45
Springfield College Oct. 29 9:30
Rider University Oct. 30 8:00
Seniors Student Services in partnership with the English Department will be hosting two College Essay Workshops to help you prepare the essay component of your college applications. The workshops will be held after school in the media center: October 2 2:10-3:30 pm October 23: 2:10-3:30 pm If you are interested in getting assistance with your college essay drafts, please sign up in Naviance under the "Colleges" tab and then under "view all upcoming college visits." The workshops are included in the list of college visits. Please bring a draft essay to the workshop with you. There will be English teachers as well as college admissions representatives available to work one-on-one with you. Feel free to stop by Student Services or talk to Mrs. Ohanian in the English hallway if you have any questions!
HCC’s financial aid office is very excited about the upcoming FAFSA workshop that will be held at Glenelg High School from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm on Wednesday, October 2, 2019. The financial aid officers hope that coming onsite to Glenelg High School will be helpful for students and families to encourage early completion of the FAFSA and maximize the opportunity for students to apply early enough for financial aid to be considered not only for federal aid but, for state and institutional aid as well.
Please note, this workshop is not just for those planning to attend Howard Community College. It is for all students preparing to enroll for any college during the 2020-2021 academic year.
Call Mrs. Miles in Student Services for an appointment. 410-313-5535 A maximum of 40 appointments may be scheduled.
Spanish speaking interpreters will be available, if needed.
Parents/Students are encouraged to bring the following information with them:
a. The student and the parents Federal Student Aid ID, if they already have one.
b. A copy of the student and/or the parents 2018 Tax Returns, if they have filed.
c. A copy of the student and/or the parents 2018 W2s and,
d. All 2018 untaxed income info. Untaxed information includes but is not limited to child support, housing, food, and other living allowances, veterans non-educational benefits, etc.
Computers will be up and running for families to log on and receive assistance from Financial Aid Advisors with the completion the FAFSA. While we recommend that both the student and a parent attend, we understand that parents and sometimes students are unavailable during the day. If only one can attend, we will walk through the process with the attendee to ensure they can take the information back and complete the application process later, when they get home.
FAFSA Night at Centennial High School Centennial High School will hold a presentation on 9-26-19 at 7 pm in the auditorium. Ms. Dawn Lowe from the Financial Aid Office will be the presenter. All are welcome to this presentation