Seniors! If Chaffey College is in your future at all either to take summer classes, or as your next step for fall, or as your "fallback plan", you will want to attend the Chaffey College Senior Early Transition here at OC. By completing these steps, you will receive a "privileged" registration to enroll for the Summer of 2019 and Fall 2019 semesters. See Mrs. Jansen to sign up.
Seniors-Check out the new scholarships added on the Scholarship tab!
8 Things Juniors Should do Right Now to Get Into their Dream College:
- Learn about college
- Visit Campus
- Connect with current students
- Find out the school's specific admission requirements
- Build your resume
- Look for high school programs that your dream school offers
- Consider early decision
- But remember: It's okay if you don't get in
Juniors should start taking the ACT or SAT in the spring of their junior year. Go to www.collegeboard.com and www.actstudent.org to sign up and for more info. Test schedules and free prep material are available in the Career Center or under Standardized Testing.
- Here are alternatives to a traditional 4 year college:
- Oak Valley College- a nonprofit Christian Business College based in Colton, CA, where you can graduate in 3 years. They strive to have all students graduate without debt. www.oakvalleycollege.org.
- Dordt College--2 year Pro-Tech Program- private Christian College in Sioux Center Iowa offers Manufacturing Tech and Farm Operations & Management. Both programs include paid internships every semester integrated in to the curriculum.--www.dordt.edu/academics/pro-tech.
- Norco College- this community college offers Accelerated Certificate & Employment (ACE) program in Industrial Automation, Conventional Machine Operator and Business Information Worker. Get your certificate in 7 months www.norcocollege.edu/ACE.
Also for seniors, October 1 the FAFSA is available to be filled out. Most colleges and community colleges highly recommend that you fill it out.
California residents are eligible to request a reduced tuition rate of 150% of resident tuition at participating two- and four-year college programs outside of their home state. Go to http://www.wiche.edu/wue for more info.