Review Financial Aid
SAR Report - Your Student Aid Report (SAR) is a paper or electronic document that gives you some basic information about your eligibility for federal student aid as well as listing your answers to the questions on your FAFSA®. (from studentaid.ed.gov) This document will list your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) as well as your eligbility for the Federal Pell Grant.
Continue to Check Your College Accounts
Universities and Community Colleges will inform you of your admission acceptance, financial aid offers and if you have to submit any additional documentation.
Update & Submit Your ECAP
Every student is required to have ECAP upon graduation. It is not as scary as it sounds. We all know it is better to have a plan for when you graduate and that we have greater success sticking to our plans when we write them down. Seniors record their ECAPs in AZCIS. If you need assistance, make an appointment with your advisor!
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Research School-Specific Scholarships
Each school you apply to will have merit based scholarships as well as their own school-specific lists. These may be based out of specific program or from private donors. Check out this link to scholarships at the in-state universities and community colleges.
Taking an AP Exam
If you will be taking any AP Exams next quarter, make sure that you have paid any balance that you owe and are preparing for the exam.
Khan Academy has study help for AP US Government & Politics as well as the math and sciences.
Check the Exam Calendar so you can plan ahead but also check with your Advisement Department to verify time and location.
January 08 - School Resumes
January 15 - MLK Day - Schools Closed
February 19 - Presidents Day - Schools Closed
March 09 - End of Third Quarter - Early Release
March 12-16 Spring Break - Schools Closed
The CSS Profile
By filling out one form, you can apply online for nonfederal financial aid from almost 300 colleges and scholarship programs.