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Example of College Portfolio Part 2 2012 13

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  • 1. University Example:Johns Hopkins University3400 North Charles StreetBaltimore, MD 21218(410) 516-8000www.jhu.eduTuition and Fees: $39,615.00 In-state/ $39,615.00 Out-of-StateRoom and Board: $11, 578Financial Aid Deadline: 1 MarchApplication Deadline: 1 JanuarySAT/ACT Deadline: 1 JanuarySAT Critical Reading: 640 - 740SAT Math: 670 - 770SAT Writing: 650 - 750ACT Composite: 30 - 34Scholarship Example:Name: Florida Bright Futures ScholarshipDeadline: 15 April;Amount: 75% of tuitionWebsite: www.floridastudentfinancialaidsg.orgPoint of Contact:Office of Student Financial Assistance1940 North Monroe Street, Suite 70Tallahassee, Florida 32303-4759Requirements:-Must be a Florida resident and a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.-Earn a Florida standard high school diploma or its equivalent-Not have been found guilty of, or plead nolo contendere to, a felony charge.-3.5 weighted GPA-Must earn 4 credits of Mathematics-Courses must include 15 credits of college preparatory academic courses.-4 English (3 with substantial writing)-3 Mathematics* (Algebra I and above)-3 Natural Science (2 with substantial lab)-3 Social Science-Foreign Language (in the same language)-75 hours community service-Score of 1290 SAT (based on the combined Critical Reading and Math sectionsonly) or 29 ACT (excluding the writing section)For spring eligibility evaluations, test dates through January 31 will be admissibleFor summer eligibility evaluations, test dates through June 30 will be admissible
  • 2. MY CHOICES OF COLLEGES1ST CHOICEName:Address:Phone:Fax:Web Address:Tuition and Fees:Room and Board:Application Deadline:Financial Aid Deadlines:SAT Writing:SAT Math:SAT Critical Reading:ACT Composite:2ND CHOICEName:Address:Phone:Fax:Web Address:Tuition and Fees:Room and Board:Application Deadline:Financial Aid Deadlines:SAT Writing:SAT Math:SAT Critical Reading:ACT Composite:3RD CHOICEName:Address:Phone:Fax:Web Address:Tuition and Fees:Room and Board:Application Deadline:Financial Aid Deadlines:SAT Writing:SAT Math:SAT Critical Reading:ACT Composite:
  • 3. MY SCHOLARSHIPS:SCHOLARSHIP # 1:Name:Deadline:Amount:Website:Point of Contact:Requirements:SCHOLARSHIP # 2:Name:Deadline:Amount:Website:Point of Contact:Requirements:SCHOLARSHIP # 3:Name:Deadline:Amount:Website:Point of Contact:Requirements: