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    Federal Student Aid Information Center (FSAIC): 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243).  They’re normally open Monday–Friday,  8 am – 10 pm Eastern time (ET), but during peak processing season (January – mid March) they are open 7 days a week from 8 am – 11 pm ET.
     
     
     
     
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    A list of tasks for your Senior Year:


    If you have never created a resume, you should definitely start one now. If you have created one in the past, it is important to update it for scholarships and job interviews. Microsoft Word has a great High School Student template. So does www.AZCIS.intocareers.org . Enjoy your senior year and continue to work hard so that you are able to reach all of your future goals and ambitions. Also, don’t forget to check the MaryvaleScholarships Facebook page and the scholarships we have listed here on the Counseling web site.

    If you plan to apply for scholarships and/or Universities, you need to have written a personal statement.
     
    See Your Counselor for a list of suggested topics and sample Resumes and Personal Statements
    Below is a checklist of what you should be doing in the next months:
    Ask for HELP from your teachers, counselor, and friends if you come down with the dreaded "Senioritis."
    Remember, You are NOT finished with school until you walk across the stage at graduation and get your diploma.
    Senioritis can be fatal to your high school career. Please don't succumb to it!
    DO NOT Procrastinate!
    • Apply for colleges you are interested in attending

    • Sign up for a FAFSA pin number for you and your parents
    www.pin.ed.gov

    • Urge your parents to get their taxes done as soon as possible after January 1st

    • Complete your FAFSA online(www.fafsa.ed.gov)

    • Meet with college reps when they are on campus

    • Tour colleges you are interested in attending

    • Complete admission applications by their deadlines

    • If you plan to live on campus, check the deadlines for applying for housing

    • Order your cap and gown

    • Apply for scholarships!

     
     
     

     

    http://www.facebook.com/maryvalescholarships

     


     
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