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Check out the link below! CollegeWeekLive is a free site that allows students to:

  • Live chat with admissions reps from your choice of 100+ schools and universities
  • Video chat with current students to hear firsthand about campus life
  • Watch live presentations from education experts on topics such as getting accepted to college, paying for college, college study skills & more 

http://www.collegeweeklive.com/

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FAFSA

  • The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is completed during senior year.
  • The FAFSA is completed online at www.fafsa.gov
  • The application should be submitted between January 1 - March 2nd.  

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  • Additional financial aid form used by private colleges to determine financial need.
  • For more information, visit CollegeBoard  

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Local Scholarship Program

  • For questions regarding the Local Scholarship Application process, please email Mr. Elizondo in the Counseling Office at jelizondo@tusd.org

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  • University of California applications become available October 1st.
  • UC Applications can be submitted between November 1-30.
  • Application deadline is November 30
  • Apply at www.admission.universityofcalifornia.edu 

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  • CSU applications become available on October 1st.
  • Applications can be submitted between October 1 - November 30.
  • Apply at www.csumentor.edu

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  • Private colleges and universities have their own admissions requirements.
  • Admissions deadlines may vary by institution.
  • Visit the school's website.

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Admissions Requirements:
  • No subject requirements
  • Must be 18 years old or a high school graduate

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THS COUNSELING DEPARTMENT

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COLLEGE GEAR DAY IS EVERY TUESDAY! Represent your favorite college and look for an administrator during break!

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These are the upcoming college visits scheduled for the fall.  Unless otherwise noted, these visits will be in the College and CareerCenter (Room A109).  Come to A109 to get a pass for the visits that happen during one of your classes.  You can get a pass during break, lunch, or after school.
Students must get a pass for class-time visits 2 days before the visit!
September
9/8:     
University of Alabama @12:20
9/10:   
West Point @ 12:20
9/18:
University of Northern Colorado @12:20
9/23:   
Holy Cross @ 12:20
9/24:   
UC Santa Barbara @ 9:45
 

 

Missouri University of Science and Technology @ 11:30
9/30:   
University of La Verne @ 1:00
 

 

October
10/10: 
UC Riverside @ 9:53 and 3rd period
           
Grand Canyon University @ 12:20 and 5th period        
10/14: 
Highpoint University @ 2:00
10/17: 
University of Connecticut @9:30
 

 

Toni and Guy Beauty and CosmetologySchool @ 12:20
10/22: 
University of Vermont @ 8:00
10/23: 
Evergreen State @ 8:00
 

 

Ringling College of Art and Design @ 12:20
10/24: 
College of Charleston @ 9:00
10/27: 
Texas Tech @ 12:20
10/28: 
Cal Lutheran @ 12:00
10/30:
Cal State Dominguez Hills @ 12:20
 
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Christina Yun
Counselor, A-E 

Mary Dillon
Counselor, F-Lon

Aisha Webb
Counselor, Lop-Rn

Rob Young
Counselor, Ro-Z

Joseph Elizondo
College/Career Counselor Coordinator
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The Southern California Regional Occupation Center (SCROC) is a public education service that provides hands-on career preparation for high school students. SCROC is designed to provide students who want to enter the workforce with upgraded skills or for the college-bound student looking for academic challenge and the opportunity to apply knowledge learned.

For more information on their course offerings, please visit www.scroc.com.

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