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11th GRADE FORMS

Junior Year College Planning

5 Steps to Creating a College List

College Comparison Worksheet

College Rep Visit Permission Form

Community Service Form

DSA’s College Admissions Timeline

Four-Year Course Planner

Academic / Scholarship Recommendation Request

Safety, Target, Reach form

COLLEGE PLANNING FORMS

College Planning Program

Programa de Planeación Universitaria

Parent College Planning Agreement Form

Formulario de Acuerdo Planificación Universitaria (Padres)

Student College Planning Agreement Form

Safety, Target, Reach Comparison Worksheet

NCAA Recruitment Calendar

How to Apply for College in the US as an International Student

Dual Enrollment MDC

Recommendation Letter Form

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

5 Steps to Creating a College List

The five steps outlined in this article help find the college that best fits the student.

Guide for College Visits

One of the best ways to learn more about colleges is to visit their campuses.

36 Questions to Ask

When you’re on a college campus, slow down and ask a lot of questions. Ideally, you’ll want to talk with more than just the admission staff.  Stop a few students during your stay, and ask them what they like and don’t like about their school. If you can talk to a professor or two, even better.  To make the most of your college visit, check out these 36 questions that you might want to ask.

Selective Service Registration

All male citizens of the U.S. must register with the Selective Service to be eligible for federal financial aid and related offerings.

Success in Postsecondary Education

Motivation, preparation, and self-advocacy are essential for success in college.  Read to learn the difference between those who succeed and those who don’t.

How to Build a College List

The college application process includes deciding which schools to apply to at the beginning of the senior year.  During the junior year, develop a balanced list of “Safety – Target – Reach” schools to prepare you for application success as a senior.  This resources leads the way.

Juniors Fall Meeting

How to Plan for College: 8 Expert Tips