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UC Application Presentation

UC Application Presentation

Post Secondary Options

The Post Secondary Guide and Fall Freshman Admissions Statistics for CSU and UC

Community College

 In the spring of your senior year:

  • Apply for enrollment at Los Rios Community College District
  • Take the placement tests for Math and English.
  • Complete Online College Orientation.
  • Meet with a community college counselor.
  • Register for classes and pay fees.

Military Options

Thinking about joining the military? Click on the link to get more information Military Information

ASVAB

The ASVAB was originally designed to predict future academic and occupational success in military occupations. Since its introduction in 1968, the ASVAB has been the subject of extensive research. Numerous validation studies indicate the ASVAB assesses academic ability and predicts success in a wide variety of occupations.

Several composite scores are formed from different combinations of ASVAB test scores. Three composites, or Career Exploration Scores, are provided specifically to help students engage in career exploration. These scores help students to get a good sense of their verbal, math, and science and technical skills compared to other students in the same grade. ASVAB results are reported to students and counselors on the ASVAB Summary Results sheet. This report shows grade-specific, gender-specific, and combined standard scores and score bands for all eight tests and three Career Exploration Scores. It also provides students with percentile-based interpretations of those scores. The ASVAB Summary Results sheet provides students with appropriate explanations of the scores, as well as suggestions for their use. 

Click on the link for more information about the ASVAB. ASVAB

Franklin High School offers the ASVAB test in January in the Career Center yearly. Check with Mrs. Larsen for the date.

Private Colleges

 

  •  Explore private colleges and universities via their web sites. Visit Association of Independent California Colleges & Universities for links to private colleges in California. Make sure to check undergraduate admissions requirements.    
  • Explore http://www.BrainTrack.com for national and international private colleges.
  • Review application and testing requirements for colleges and universities of interest; many private colleges use the Common Application for admissions.  The Common Application
  • Complete your testing requirement for admission, either the SAT 1 Reasoning Test or the ACT: Register for the SAT tests at: College Board or the ACT at ACT  -  Be sure to pick 4 colleges to send your scores to PRIOR to testing for FREE SAT 1 and 2
  • Go to College Entrance Exams for the 2016-2017 testing dates.
  • If you need additional assistance filling out the Common Application click on the following link Common Application Video

Historically Black Colleges (HBC)

RACC Out of State Educational Opportunities for Californians

The Regional Admissions Counselors of California Directory for out of state educational opportunities for Californians.

Click here RACC Out of State College Directory for more information.

One Stop Career Center Website

This website is for the job seekers who wishes to know about the services the One Stop Career Center has. 

Any student 16 and older can register on it one time registration) and then be able to access variety of activities pertaining to career development.  In this Virtual One Stop, there are job leads, upcoming workshops, access to other One Stops closer to where they live, etc.  We encourage students to self register to see what is available. Click on the link below to get started.

Sacramento Works

UC - University of California

  • Explore campuses using the booklet, “Introducing the University” which is available online at  Explore UC Campuses            
  • Check weekly:  University Preview Days and College Visitation Schedules are in the Career Center. 
  • Complete your testing requirement for admission.  You must take:

            1) SAT with Writing or the ACT with Writing.

            2) Check with the university for specific subject test recommendations or requirements for that major.

Register for the SAT tests at: College Board or the ACT at ACT - Be sure to pick 4 colleges to send your scores to PRIOR to testing for FREE

MONEY SAVER:  1. Send scores to only one UC from either ACT or College Board

                2. Then on the UC application in the “Review and Submit” section check the box that allows the UC to share scores.

CSU - California State University

  • Explore the CSU system and its campuses at:  Explore the CSU Campuses
  • Check weekly:  University Preview Days and College Visitation Schedules.
  • Complete your testing requirement for admission, either the SAT 1 Reasoning Test or the ACT
  • Go to College Entrance Exams for the 2016-2017 testing dates.
  • Register for the SAT tests at: College Board or the ACT at ACT - Be sure to pick 4 colleges to send your scores to PRIOR to testing for FREE 

(Note: Some CSU’s require testing be completed by November of your Senior year.  Check specific college websites for deadlines)

  • Send all SAT scores to CSU Mentor and they will be sent to all CSU campuses, when you are registering for the SAT, use SAT score code 3594 under “More Search Options”.
  • Send all ACT scores to one CSU on ACT, then to go to CSU Mentor, ACT Scores Manager, ACT Scores Manager
  • Apply to CSU campuses between October 1 - November 30, 2017.
  • Prepare for the Entry Level Math (ELM), English Placement Test (EPT) and find EAP scores: Prepare for CSU Assessment Tests
  • CSU mentor helpline:  1-800-468-6927