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    Updates from Northern Arizona University:


    Updates from Arizona State University:

    Upcoming Deadlines

      • Students will need to submit their FAFSA, and have ASU as one of their 10 schools by this date.
      • If they meet the criteria outlined on the link above, then they’ll see this grant get posted to their MyASU!
    • May 1 - National College Signing Day
      • This is the date that we are asking students to commit to ASU by. They can pay their Enrollment Deposit on their MyASU Priority Tasks to commit to ASU and open up the New Student Orientation Experience!
      • Students will need to submit their FAFSA, and have ASU as one of their 10 schools by this date.
      • If they meet the criteria outlined on the link above, then they’ll see this grant get posted to their MyASU!

    Sun Devil Days

    Sun Devil Day is a half-day event, where you’ll get a feel for the ASU experience and learn about your academic opportunities. Tour campus, learn about degree programs, and discover why it’s great to be a Sun Devil! These half-day events allow students to meet with representatives from academic colleges, Barrett, The Honors College, and current ASU students, as well as a campus tour to learn more about the ASU experience.

    Agendas and times vary by campus. Details regarding the event students choose will be included in their confirmation emails.

    Experience ASU

    Experience ASU tour groups will receive an in-person information session, followed by a walking tour of campus. Academic session and housing tour options vary by day and campus. These are offered weekly at all of our campuses, with days varying depending on campus location.

    Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen, are you looking for something to do this summer?  You can experience life as a Sun Devil this summer by getting involved in ASU Summer Programs.  You can choose from (literally) hundreds of fun and interactive programs at Arizona State University about a variety of topics including engineering, leadership, math and the arts. There’s no better way to cure that summertime boredom than learning from world-renowned professors and exploring your interests to start paving the way to a successful future.

    If you are interested in this opportunity, please check out this website where you can read about the different camp offerings.


    Updates from the University of Arizona:

    Financial Aid: University of Arizona’s FAFSA priority deadline is April 1st, 2022. The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid is hosting two more virtual FAFSA Filing workshops on March 26th and March 28th. Students can find more information and register here: https://financialaid.arizona.edu/other-resources/events

    Admitted Student Day: Admitted students are invited to Admitted Student Day on April 23rd. This event is a great way for students to get to know campus, make connections, and try on Wildcat Life! Students can register here. *Please note: this is not a mandatory event. Admitted students are required to attend their virtual Orientation session.

    New Start Summer Program: Applications for New Start are available now. Students will take 6-7 credits, giving them a strong academic head start, and have lots of opportunities to start building their Arizona community. Students can find the New Start application in their Future Wildcat account. 

    Financial Aid: The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid has upcoming virtual workshops! They are having a Scholarship Universe workshop and a FAFSA Filing Workshop. Students can see the dates for the events and sign up here.

     


    The Oro Valley Youth Advisory Council (YAC) is looking for new members to replace their soon-to-be graduating members.

    The Town of Oro Valley’s Youth Advisory Council offers students the opportunity to learn about local government and be active in their community by hosting local events to give teens something to do and working with the elder population to bridge the gap between our youth and our seniors in Oro Valley.  The Youth Council has been very successful over the years and is involved in many community events. 

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of, please use the link below to apply or check out the website for more information.

    Application link: https://srvvlfweb01.orovalley.net/Forms/YAC-Application

    The deadline to submit an application is 8 a.m. on Monday, April 18, 2022

    Please visit the YAC website if you would like more information:

    http://www.orovalleyyouth.com/


    Pima Community College Summer Tuition Award:

    Are you a high school senior with a GPA of 2.5 or higher, and want to start at PCC this summer?  This award will pay the tuition cost for up to 12 credits!  Click  HERE for more information on tuition award amount, requirements and more!!  Deadline to apply: May 13, 2022.

     

    Financial Aid Events with Pima Community College:

    Financial Aid experts will be available to assist you with questions regarding your 2022-23 FAFSA. Our goal is to help you complete your FAFSA before classes start next Fall 2022!  Use this link for more information:

    • Spring 2022 FAFSA Event Dates
      • Friday, April 1, 2022
        • Northwest Campus
        • 4:00-6:00 pm
      • Saturday, May 7, 2022
        • Downtown Campus
        • 10:00 am-12:00 pm

     IRHS Counseling Calendar - College & Military Representative visits

    Visits are happening in person and virtually.  Please look at the calendar at the bottom of the page, daily announcements on the main IRHS webpage, or stop by the Counseling Office for more information.

     

     

  • Portrait of a Graduate

     More information about the Portrait of a Graduate is available here.


    Four Year Plan worksheet - use this to make sure you are taking the right classes.


    Letter of Recommendation Request Form

    Please use this form when requesting a letter of recommendation from your counselor.


    Are you 18? Have you registered to vote yet?  Check out this website for information on how to register.


    Selective Service System - all young men must register when they turn 18.  You can lose eligibility for grants and loans for college, as well as other lifetime benefits if you don't register.  Click on the link above for more information.


    Do you qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch?  If so, did you know that there are fee waivers available for the ACT and SAT?  These waivers also give you access to a great selection of practice materials for the ACT and college application waivers from the SAT.  See your counselor for the waivers.


    Transcript information

    Effective July 1, 2013, Ironwood Ridge will be charging $1.00 for Official Transcript requests per Amphitheater District Policy. Please contact the school Registrar, Mrs. Clark, for official transcript requests.  Mrs. Clark can be reached through email at kclark@amphi.com or by phone at 520-696-3916.

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