After submitting your application package, be patient and
wait for a response letter. A response letter is generally
sent to notify applicants that they received their application
packages. If you don't receive a response letter, contact
the colleges’ admissions office to be sure your application
package arrived. The college acceptance/denial letter may
take anywhere from one to six months to receive, which is
dependent on the school, the number of applications they receive
and the program you are applying for.
After Being Admitted to College
When you receive an acceptance letter, you will also receive
a package of information regarding registration, housing,
orientation and other enrollment procedures. Return the necessary
forms to your chosen school. After being admitted to college,
your job is not over. The college admission’s office
expects you to continue to keep up the good work. If you start
“slacking-off”, you may jeopardize your enrollment
in school and possibly your scholarships.
a college-bound student, you should:
“Senioritis” (a.k.a. Senior Slump or Senior
Slack) occurs when students start coasting through their
senior year of high school, apparently spending more
time working and partying and less time studying and
completing “homework assignments.” Your
entire senior year is critical. However, the last semester
of your senior year will be reviewed by the college
you have chosen to attend and the organization(s) that
awarded you their scholarship(s). A poor performance
(i.e. drop in grades) in the last semester of your senior
year can result in your admission to college and/or
scholarship being rescinded.
Your Scholarship Search
Your goal should be to attend school for FREE. You should
apply to as many scholarships that you are eligible
for If you find a winning strategy, stick to it. Visit
School channel to learn more about financial
aid and how to apply for scholarships.
Your College Expereinces!
by: Sedgwick Hines Copyright 2004 AvScholars Publishing, LLC.
All Rights Reserved.
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