Accepted? Find out the Next Steps
Have you been accepted to a four-year university? and need to know the next steps?
Next Steps Checklist...
If you haven’t yet, file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Filing period began January 1, 2013 and the priority deadline is March 2, 2013.
Submit On-Campus Housing Application. If you are applying for on-campus housing, you can submit an application once you
get your Student ID Number. Most campuses have a first-come first-served procedure. Applications can be found
on the school’s housing web page.
Meet with a Counselor ASAP to file and complete IGETC or CSU General Education Certification.
March- April Receive Admissions Decisions from California State Universities (CSU) campuses and University of California (UC)
campuses as well as private schools.
Go to your applied school Financial Aid web page and apply for Scholarships. Each campus you applied to (i.e. CSU/UC/Private) has a scholarship application available.
For example, if you applied to UC Irvine go to www.uci.edu and look for scholarships on their financial aid web page.
Search and apply for Transfer Scholarships like the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Xerox Scholarship, MALDEF, William Randolph Hearst
Endowed Fellowship, Fastweb Scholarships, Microsoft Scholarship, DoSomething.org,
and many more.
April receive Financial Aid Packet from most schools to which you applied. The financial aid packet will provide a detailed
description of how much money you will receive for your universities.
Submit Student Intent to Register (SIR) to some California State Universities by May 1, 2013.
Attend the Transfer Stars Reception May 24, 2013 from 11-12 p.m.
Attend YOUR GRADUATION! Allan Hancock College Commencement will be May 24, 2013 at
Submit Final Official Transcripts to the University you are attending by July 15, 2013!
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