Senior Guidance News
September 2006

Date
College
Time
Friday: Sept. 29 Hocking College Period 2
Monday: Oct. 2 Malone College Period 2
Tuesday: Oct.3 ATI Period 4
Wednesday: Oct. 4 Waynesburg Period 10
Thursday: Oct. 5 Walsh University
*meet in computer lab
Period 9
Wednesday: Oct. 11 Kent State University & Stark State Period 2
Thursday: Oct. 12 Stark State
*meet in computer lab
Period 3
Monday: Oct. 16 University of Akron Period 9
Tuesday: Oct. 17 Ohio Dominican Period 2
Thursday: Oct. 19
NEOUCOM Period 7
Friday: Oct. 20
Baldwin Wallace Period 1
Monday: Oct. 30 Urbana Period 3
Tuesday: Oct. 31 Waynesburg Period 6
Tuesday: Nov. 7 BGSU Period 2
Monday: Nov. 13 Ohio University Period 8

The following schools are possibly visiting. Please check the official list posted outside the guidance office:

Mount Union, Youngstown State, Cleveland State and Case Western.

ALL COLLEGE REPRESTATIVES WILL MEET IN THE DISTANCE LEARNING LAB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. PARENTS ARE WELCOME.

Seniors: You may only miss two classes (total) and any number of study halls.
Juniors: Your man only miss one class (total) and any number of study halls.

If you have a study hall at the time of a presentation, you are definitely encouraged to attend. The more you hear about colleges, the more knowledgeable you become. Most presentations are taped. You may request the tape from Ms. Cline.

ON THE WEB:
www.act.org - ACT info
www.collegeboard.com- SAT info
www.ncaaclearinghouse.net - NCAA athletic eligibility info

FINANCIAL/SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION:
www.educaid.com
www.wiredscholar.com
http://www.salliemae.com
www.fastweb.com
www.gocollege.com

COLLEGE CATALOGUES
On the northwest shelves in the library are catalogues on colleges about (200). These are arranged by alphabet and are there for the student's use. Check them out!!!!!

SCHOLARSHIPS

NAME
AMOUNT
CRITERIA
DEADLINE
Prudential (N)
up to $5000
exemplary community service
Oct. 15
Coca Cola (N)
up to $20,000
leadership in school, commitment to community, academic achievement
Oct. 31
SAE (N)
varies
pursuing an engineering degree. *must make appointment with Mrs. Graham
Dec. 1
Discover (N)
$2500
for a private college
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National DAR Scholarships
Holt Nursing (N)
$500
accepted to a nursing school
Feb. 15
Nutting Scholarship (N)
$500
accepted to a nursing school
Feb. 15
Occupational Therapy (N)
$500
accepted to an accredited school of occupational therapy
Feb. 15
Dunn Scholarship (N)
$2000
son or daughter of membership of NSDAR
Feb. 15
Cogswell Nursing Scholarship (N)
$500
accepted into a nursing school
Feb. 15
Butcher Music Scholarship (N)
Varies
pursuing piano or voice - (preference given to Duke Ellington School of the Performing Arts)
Feb. 15
Ohio DAR (S)
$1000
academic excellence and need
April 15

N= National | S= State | C= County | L= Local

COLLEGE FAIRS

STARK COUNTY:

Tuesday, October 3, 2006

Canton Memorial Civic Center auditorium.

CLEVELAND:

Thursday, September 21,2006

National Christian College Fair
Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy
4687 Wyoga Lake Road
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

YOUR CEEB/ACT SCHOOL CODE IS:

363-080

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