Senior year can be a very busy time, with schoolwork, activities, and special events. Stay on track with the college admissions process. Get organized, be aware of deadlines, and don’t procrastinate.
December 2017 - Are all college applications completed? Have transcripts been requested? Has the FAFSA application been submitted? Are you aware of upcoming deadlines?
You should be receiving college decisions and award letters. Now is the time to compare and work on your decision.
May 1, 2018
Decision Day - This is the day most students will need to let colleges know of their decisions for fall 2018.
This is a key year in the college planning process. You’ll be taking standardized tests, narrowing down your college list, and learning about financial aid. In addition, you’ll need to stay involved in your high school courses and activities.
Use days off to visit college campuses—just be sure that they are in session and that you call ahead for a tour.
Help the seniors celebrate their decisions! There's a lot for YOU to do before your Decision Day 2019!
Look for an email from Parchment. Create your account. This is how you will request transcripts to go to your colleges next fall as you apply.
Stay on track with your high school classes and activities and begin to narrow down the plan for your future.
At this stage, you’re laying the foundation for your high school career. This is a time to establish your academic and extracurricular credentials. You should also begin to explore options for your career or further education.