Senior - October 2021
Seniors - College Applications and Promise Scholarship - Due October 31
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UB requires all seniors to apply to at least four colleges. If you have not already done this, please apply as part of tutoring this month.
You will find most college applications online. DO NOT PAY FEES TO APPLY! You were given fee waivers in September that can be used in place of payment.
College #1 - Where did you apply and when did you submit your application?
College #2 - Where did you apply and when did you submit your application?
College #3 - Where did you apply and when did you submit your application?
College #4 - Where did you apply and when did you submit your application?
You must send transcripts to all four colleges. Most high schools use Parchment for this (online) but others have a different process. How were your transcripts sent?
Were you able to send your ACT/SAT test scores yet or have you taken one of these tests yet? If you have not taken it, when you do you plan to take it?
We would love to share photos of you with your acceptance letters! Send photos to UB staff if you will allow us to share these on social media. Are there any colleges you've already been accepted to? Which one(s)?
The PROMISE Scholarship Application
The WV PROMISE Scholarship application is now open. EVEN IF YOU DO NOT YET MEET THE REQUIREMENTS, go ahead and complete the application at
Did you have any problems completing the PROMISE Scholarship application?
OPTIONAL ASSIGNMENTS - Get Ahead! - The FAFSA
The FAFSA is now open! If you'd like to go ahead and complete it at
, you can. This is NOT required as part of tutoring this month. If you would like to go ahead and complete it, UB staff are happy to help!
Did you choose to do your FAFSA yet? If so, forward your FAFSA confirmation email to your UB advisor or
Yes, I already completed it.
No, I will complete it for next month's tutoring assignment.
If any of your grades are lower than a B, arrange a tutoring time slot with one of our tutors for the subject you're having trouble in.
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