Scholarship Workshop Day

Registration deadline: February 1

We have reached our maximum capacity for this event.

Please call 405.491.6324 to be placed on a waiting list.

FEBRUARY 15, 2016, 8:30 a.m.

SNU Scholarship WorkshopLearn how not to pay full-price for college at this day-long, interactive scholarship workshop.  For all Fall 2016 prospective students (high school seniors and transfers), their parents and all Fall 2017 prospective students (high school juniors) and their parents.

 


High School Seniors
In order to best serve you with the information necessary to apply for the most scholarship money possible, this workshop is limited to the first 25 students who meet all of the requirements below by February 1.

Submit a FREE application for admission at snu.edu (with SSN included on the application)

Send your ACT/SAT score to SNU  (ACT code 3384; SAT code 6036)

Submit an official six-semester high school transcript

Complete an admissions interview (in-person or by phone)

Complete the FAFSA (print and bring a copy with you). The FAFSA can be found here under "Thinking About College."

 


High School Juniors

In order to best serve you with the information necessary to apply for the most scholarship money possible, this workshop is limited to the first 25 students who meet all of the requirements below by February 1.

Submit a FREE application for admission at snu.edu (with SSN included on the application)

Send your ACT/SAT score to SNU  (ACT code 3384; SAT code 6036)

Complete an admissions interview (in-person or by phone)

File the preliminary FAFSA4caster (print and bring a copy with you). The FAFSA4caster can be found here


Incoming Transfer Students

How not to pay full price for college - a smart student workshop at SNUIn order to best serve you with the information necessary to apply for the most scholarship money possible, this workshop is limited to the first 25 students who meet all of the requirements below by February 1.

Submit a FREE application for admission (with SSN included on the application)

Submit unofficial transcripts from all colleges you have attended (include current transcripts)


Complete an admissions interview (in-person or by phone)

Complete the FAFSA (print and bring a copy with you). The FAFSA can be found here under "Thinking About College."

 

 

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