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SENIOR INFORMATION

 

Senior Leadership Information 

  • Leadership Opportunity: The University of Alabama Early College prepares motivated high school juniors and seniors for long-term academic success by fostering personal accountability and time-management skills through online classes.  Early College offers the same curriculum as regular college classes so students should expect the same academic rigor found in freshman level classes on campus. Students can earn up to 30 college credit hours through the online program and with a 2.5 GPA or higher on college work students can earn admission status to the University of Alabama. There is scholarship money available for this program. Please visit www.uaearlycollege.ua.edu to learn more about the program.

August/ September

  • Begin filling out applications
  • Register for the October ACT if necessary
  • Finalize college list
  • Remember your responsibilities if applying Early Decision/ Early Action
  • Check school's website for college information
  • Begin drafts of essays
  • Plan college visits and interviews
  • Visit with college reps at your school
  • Ask teachers for recommendations

OCTOBER

  • Be aware of Early Decision/Early Action deadlines
  • Submit Early Decision/Early Action applications
  • Update resume`
  • Take  ACT / SAT if needed
  • Work on college essays
  • Plan college visits and interviews (remember a thank you letter)

NOVEMBER

  • Take SAT if needed
  • Research sources of scholarships throughout the year

DECEMBER

  • Take ACT or SAT  if needed
  • Finish all applications and essays to selective colleges.  Meet with counselor to review essay(s)
  • Check all application deadlines
  • Talk with graduates who are home for the holidays

JANUARY

  • File FAFSA
  • Take SAT if needed

FEBRUARY

  • Check / apply for private scholarships
  • File FAFSA
  • Submit additional information to colleges (new scores, grades, honors, etc.) which may help your admission and / or scholarship process

MARCH

  • Continue to check / apply for scholarships

APRIL

  • Review college responses and aid offers with your parents and counselor
  • Write withdrawal letters to colleges you will not attend by May 1
  • Send deposit by May 1 to school you will attend

MAY

  • Confirm housing plans

SUMMER

  • ENJOY YOURSELF! YOU'VE WORKED HARD AND YOU DESERVE IT!!!!!