February 3, 2016: Updating Naviance

posted Jun 6, 2016, 3:50 PM by Kristin Hannon
Summit Public Schools
College Readiness Newsletter
February 3, 2016

Weekly College Update

Dear Bulldogs, Thunderbirds, Snow Leopards, and Huskies,

Happy February! I am excited to share that over HALF of Summit seniors have now received college acceptances! Considering that many colleges do not release admissions decisions until March and April, your class is in great shape. You’ve been sharing all this good news with your mentors, and please continue to do that. However, we want to make sure we also officially track your acceptances in Naviance, and that’s where we could use your help.

This week’s focus is updating Naviance.

Naviance is an incredible tool. We use it for so many things-- we send documents like letters of recommendation and transcripts directly to your colleges, we can run reports of who applied to which schools, and we can track long term data that helps us predict what GPA and test score it will take to get into specific colleges. In order for all of this to be as effective as possible, we need Naviance to be accurate and updated by you!

So, take a few minutes this week to review this powerpoint and update Naviance. Be sure to:

  • update your college list by removing or adding schools if necessary

  • edit your results as you find out if you were accepted, waitlisted, or denied

  • indicate the school you’re planning to attend next year when you make your decision

By doing these simple updates, you will ensure that we have the most accurate information when we need to send documents to colleges. Plus, you help us better predict admissions outcomes for future Summit students!

Respectfully,


Ms. Hannon
Director of College Readiness
khannon@summitps.org

 
Feb 15 CSS Profile deadline for many private colleges 
Mar 2 FINAL deadline for theFAFSA or Dream Application and Cal Grant application*waiting until this deadline is NOT recommended
   

Silicon Valley Community Fund Scholarships Now Open! 

Silicon Valley Community Foundation administers a variety of scholarship programs that grant up to $40,000 to high school, community college and university students. The majority of our scholarships are designated for current or former residents of San Mateo, Santa Clara and San Francisco counties. Since 2007, our scholarship programs have awarded more than $11.2 million to help students pursue higher education.

Find a Silicon Valley Community Fund scholarship you can apply for byclicking here

Scholarship Opportunities

Northrup Grumman Engineering Scholars
Who can apply: high school seniors who are interested in studying engineering and meet GPA and test score requirements
Amount of the award: $10,000
Information/Application: Engineering Scholars Flyer
Deadline: February 3, 2016

Cesar Chavez Scholarship
Who can apply: students demonstrating financial need and community involvement
Amount of the award: varies
Information/Application: Chavez Family Vision
Deadline: February 5, 2016

PG&E Bright Minds Scholarship
Who can apply: high school seniors who live in a PG&E service area
Amount of the award: $20,000 per year
Information/Application: PG&E Bright Minds Scholarship
Deadline: February 9, 2015

The Dream.Us Scholars
Who can apply: high school seniors who are DACA eligible or approved
Amount of the award: up to $25,000
Information/Application: The Dream.US Scholars
Deadline: February 15, 2016

Chen Foundation Scholarship Program
Who can apply: high school seniors who are low income, planning to attend a CSU or CA community college, and have an unweighted GPA of at least 3.0
Amount of the award: $2,000 (renewable)
Information/Application: Chen Foundation
Deadline: February 29, 2016

E4FC Scholars Program
Who can apply: foreign born students who are not U.S. citizens and have minimum 3.3 GPA
Amount of the award: up to $7,000
Information/Application: E4FC Scholars
Deadline: March 1, 2016

Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Who can apply: must be of Hispanic heritage and have a minimum 3.0 GPA
Amount of the award: $500- $5,000
Information/Application: HSF General College Scholarships
Deadline: March 30, 2016

Asian American Women's Alliance Scholarship
Who can apply: Asian American or Pacific Islander students
Amount of the award: $500
Information/Application: AAWA 2016 Application Form
Deadline: April 2, 2016
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