Diamond Bar High School
SENIOR BULLETIN #2
UC and CSU applications are now available on-line. Both systems are requiring students to apply on-line.. If you absolute cannot apply on-line, see your GLC. The Universities point out the following advantages for applying through the Internet:
- Simpler and easier to fill out than the paper application
- Less chance of making mistakes due to prompts
- Will not let you continue to the next section if it detects a mistake or missing information
- Faster to fill out because much of the DBHS course information is automatically downloaded to your application
- When you send in your application you automatically and immediately get a confirmation number indicating that the system has received your application.
- THIS YEAR CSU WILL BE ACCEPTING ON-LINE APPLICATIONS STARTING OCTOBER 1S.T THEY WILL BE DUE NOVEMBER 30TH.
Accessing the on-line applications
You can go to our school’s website to access both applications. www.dbhs.org
or, UC Application available on the UC PATHWAYS Web site: http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions/undergraduate.html and CSU application available at www.csumentor.edu
Private School Applications must be obtained directly from the university. Most of the schools also have an on-line application or you can download the application from their website.
Private Schools If you are applying to private schools, they require Letters of Recommendation, Secondary School Reports and Transcripts. (This does not apply to UC’s or CSU’s) If this describes you and you haven’t given your GLC your packet yet, you are already behind the curve. The more packets the GLC’s get, the less time they have to spend on each individual letter. You GLC’s want to do the best for each individual. If you want a great letter you need to get your Letter of Recommendation packet in to your GLC as soon as possible! The absolute deadline is October 29th.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING APPLICATIONS OR THE PROCESS, DON’T GUESS OR TAKE A CHANCE, SEE YOUR GLC.
CDelta is a college admissions consulting company. One of it’s founders is a Diamond Bar High School graduate. They would like to give back to the school by offering a few free consultations to our students. If you are interested contact: CDELTA, 909-896-9254 or firstname.lastname@example.org
IMPORTANT, ESSENTIAL WORKSHOPS
The CSU Application Workshop will be on Wednesday, October 13th at 7:00 P.M. in the Theater.
The UC Application Workshop will be on Wednesday, October 11th at 7:00 PM in the Theater. A representative from the University of California will be there to go over the on-line application step by step. It is well worth the time to attend.
The Financial Aid Workshop will be on Monday, December 6th at 7:00 PM in the Theater. Mark that date on your calendar and tell your parents.
Let your GLC know if you win scholarships or other awards. We want to share them with everyone.
Washington University in St. Louis Danforth Scholars
If you are planning to attend Washington University the Danforth Scholarship honors students who embrace high ideals and whose life choices are guided by personal integrity, selflessness, a commitment to community and a dedication to leadership and academic excellence. Full or partial scholarships are available. Must be nominated by DBHS. See Mr. Ozaki to be nominated.
Spotlight Visual Arts Awards
This is a competition sponsored by the Music Center. They offer scholarships in two areas: Photography and Two-Dimensional Art. Prizes award from $100 honorable mention to $5,000 Grand prize. Apply online at www.musiccenter.org/spotlight by December 1st.
University of Maryland Meyerhoff Scholarship Program
This Scholarship is open to all high-achieving high school seniors who are interested in pursuing a doctorate in the sciences or engineering and are interested in the advancement of minorities in the sciences and related fields. Based on GPA and outstanding SAT. Award includes 4 years of tuition, room and board and fees. See Mr. Ozaki to have your name placed on the nomination form by October 15th.
John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Contest
The John F. Kennedy Library invites high school students to write an essay on an act of political courage by a U.S. elected official. For information, registration and to submit your essay go to www.jfklibrary.org. Five $500 awards, one $1,000 award and a first place award of $10,000. This will be presented by Caroline Kennedy at an awards Ceremony at the JFK Presidential Library.
Beverage Industry College Scholarship
This is an interesting one. Parents or grandparents must be a full-time employee with a company holding a valid liquor license. Examples given are restaurants, stores, breweries, wineries, distributors, etc. No specific $ amount given. Apply at christermon.com by February 1st.