COPYRIGHT 2009 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COLLEGE ACCESS PROGRAM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

Tamaño: px
Comenzar la demostración a partir de la página:

Download "COPYRIGHT 2009 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COLLEGE ACCESS PROGRAM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA."

Transcripción

1 "Changing Lives by Giving Every Child a Chance at a College Education!

2 DC-CAP wishes to acknowledge Argelia Rodriguez, Valerie Lassiter, Gina Osorio, Jasmine Leonard, LD Ross Jr., Natalie Bennett, Tosha Lewis, and former advisor Idaines Rodriguez for their invaluable contributions. COPYRIGHT 2009 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COLLEGE ACCESS PROGRAM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

3 Table of Contents DC-CAP International Student Guide To College I. Introduction 1 II. Purpose 1 III. International Students 1 US Citizen 1 Eligible Non-Citizen 1 Temporary Resident (F-1 Visa) 2 A Series Visas 2 G Series Visas 2 J Series Visas 2 Undocumented Student 2 Special Message to New International College Students 2 IV. Benefits Of A Higher Education 3 V. The Road To College 3 Challenges 3 Opportunities 4 VI. Testing 4 PSAT 4 SAT/ACT 5 TOEFL 5 ESL 5 VII. Financial Aid 5 Grants & Scholarships 6 Work- Study 6 Loans 6 Institutional Aid 6 Need Based Aid 6 Merit Aid 6 VIII. Colleges & Universities 7 Four Year Colleges & Universities 7 Two Year & Community Colleges 7 Private vs. Public Institutions 8

4 IX. Residence Life 9 On-Campus Living 9 Off-Campus Living 9 Other Student Support Services 9 X. Parent/Guardian Information 9 XI. Appendix 11 Sample DC-CAP Financial Aid Form for Non-US Citizens 12 Sample Student Aid Report (SAR) 14 Preparing For College 17 Senior Checklist 19 Internet Resources 21 International Students Website 22 Scholarship Listing 22 Contact Your DC-CAP Advisor 24 English-Spanish Glossary 27 Notes/Important Phone Numbers 45

5 I. INTRODUCTION The District of Columbia College Access Program (DC-CAP) is a non profit organization funded by Washington area corporations and foundations. DC-CAP works in partnership with District of Columbia Public High Schools and Public Charter Schools to encourage and enable students to enter and graduate from college. DC-CAP provides postsecondary counseling and financial aid assistance to students who might not otherwise have the opportunity to attend college. In each DC Public High School and Public Charter School DC-CAP provides college information centers staffed with advisors. The DC-CAP advisors provide students with college planning information, scholarships, college visits, college tours, financial aid, and parent workshops. Advisors also assist students in identifying and securing financial resources to pay for college. DC-CAP also provides the Last Dollar Award, which is a grant that awards up to $2,070 per year for up to five years of college in order to help close the gap between students financial aid and the actual cost of attending college. All DC Public High School and DC Public Charter school students are eligible to apply. Once students go on to college the DC-CAP retention advisors provide college students with services such as mentoring, academic and college support and administrative support. All services offered by DC-CAP are free to students. Students must register with the DC-CAP advisor located at their respective schools to be eligible to receive services. II. PURPOSE The International Student Guide was created as a tool to assist and provide support to you as you embark on the pursuit of a higher education in the US. It provides you with a wealth of academic, financial, social and general information. You may use it to navigate the many discoveries that college will offer you. Remember that there are many people and support services available to you. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact your high school counselor, the DC-CAP advisor at your school, or the appropriate department at your college. DC-CAP will always be available to provide assistance to you. III. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS International students are students whose country of origin is a country other than the United States. The following are some international categories found among students. For more information on visa status go to the website for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). US Citizen: (Eligible for Federal Aid) A student who s been granted US Citizenship status by the Federal Government. Eligible Non-Citizen: (Eligible for Federal Aid) A student with an Alien Registration Card (Green Card) 1

6 A student with Refugee, Asylum Granted or Cuban-Haitian status Temporary Resident: (Not Eligible for Federal Aid) F-1 visa: granted by the Federal Government to a foreign student allowing them to pursue a full-time education in the US. F-1 visa students must maintain a full-time course load. A series visas: (Not Eligible for Federal Aid) Visa issued to diplomats and foreign government officials. G series visas: (Not Eligible for Federal Aid) Designated international organizations. J series visas: (Not Eligible for Federal Aid) Visitor visa granted by the Federal Government with the purpose of promoting cultural exchange. Undocumented Student: (Not Eligible for Federal Aid) A student whose visa has expired, whom has lived in the US most or all their lives without legal documentation. SPECIAL MESSAGE TO NEW INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE STUDENTS I change myself, I change the world." Gloria Anzaldua, Author A U.S. educational experience can be one of the greatest experiences you will have in life. It can add considerable value to your professional and personal development. As an International Student you have an inherent global perspective. College is a journey that all students can successfully navigate. A U.S. college education can enhance your career and prepare you for leadership in your country and international community. Your horizons will broaden, you will be exposed to a variety of perpectives, the latest technology, research and training. Dedication, hard work and communication are essential to you successfully completing your college career. DC- CAP and this guide will provide you with the knowledge and support to navigate your journey. 2

7 IV. BENEFITS OF HIGHER EDUCATION Higher Education provides students with a variety of benefits including social skills, leadership and achievement skills. Students also learn to appreciate cultural diversity. Society as a whole and the local community benefits when its members have a college education. If you are reading this guide you have made a life changing decision by investing in your future through education. DC-CAP is here to guide and support you through this educational journey. Did you know that students who go on to college experience a wide range of benefits, monetary and non-monetary? It s Important to Remember A college degree provides intellectual, social, and economic benefits. A college experience enables students to learn responsibility, gain independence, and build strong social ties. Individuals with a college education have wider career options and are more likely to be employed. A college degree provides a college graduate with the necessary skills to be an effective leader in a global and increasingly competitive economy. College graduates earn $1,000,000 more over their lifetime than those who do not pursue a postsecondary education. V. THE ROAD TO COLLEGE CHALLENGES: Language maybe one of the greatest challenges faced by international students. A limited vocabulary can affect their writing and testing scores. These are very important components of the college admissions process and merit based scholarships. A strong academic background and strong proficiency in the English language are important skills to build on as early as possible. Some tips for improving language and academic skills are: Daily reading can improve writing skills and vocabulary. Listening to music in English. Practice speaking English as much as possible. Looking at television shows or the news. Reading the newspaper daily and highlighting difficult words. Use a dictionary to look up the meaning of these words. Ask your teacher for assistance. They may offer tutoring and or additional helpful feedback when correcting your work. As an international student, understanding a different culture and fitting into new social groups may also be challenging. When you begin your college career join different student groups, make friends, and remember that when you attend college you will have the opportunity to learn about the world. 3

8 OPPORTUNITES: There are many opportunities which await you when you pursue a college education in the U.S. With the thousands of colleges and universities to choose from, you are bound to find one that matches your specific needs no matter your criteria. The pursuit of a higher education in the United States for international students can be among one of the greatest experiences because students have the opportunity to attend a number of well known colleges and universities. Pursuing a higher education in the US adds great value to your professional development; it enhances your career by preparing you for leadership roles worldwide and in your country. A higher education exposes you to a solid culturally diverse network and support. Preparing for a college education should start early. Talk with your counselor and the DC-CAP advisor at your school as soon as you start the ninth grade. They will assist you with ensuring that you are taking the required classes which will prepare you for college. What should you do to prepare? Talk with your counselor and the DC-CAP advisor at your school as soon as you start the ninth grade. Start a college savings plan. Maintaining good grades is important. Some colleges offer funding based on the students GPA (Grade Point Average). Participate in as many college preparatory activities as possible. Participate in as many DC-CAP events offered at your school as possible. Research and learn about what colleges and universities are looking for in a candidate. Review different college guides; see what colleges have to offer their international students (See Appendices ). Communicate with your parents, counselor, teachers and DC-CAP-advisor about location, cost, and being on your own for the first time. VI. TESTING Limited vocabulary and language skills may have an adverse impact on international student s standardized test scores. For this reason it is important for students to increase their vocabulary as early as possible. It is recommended that students take advantage of free resources offered at their schools and the community. Some standardized tests may include: (See appendices for more testing information and websites.) PSAT: Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test. Talk with your school counselor about registering for this test. The PSAT is a practice test for the SAT 1 and is required for several national scholarhip programs. 4

9 SAT and ACT: A college may require one of these tests in order to determine a student s academic preparation. Talk with the school counselor and DC-CAP advisor at your school for information on preparing for these tests as well as registering and taking the test. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language): Most colleges require the TOEFL test which measures your proficiency in English, reading and writing at the college level. Most schools require a score of at least 500 for admission. You may take the online test or the paper test. The counselor at your school and/or DC-CAP advisors will assist you in making your decision. You may also go to for additional details. ESL (English as a Second Language): Some colleges offer on campus ESL programs and may admit you to these programs without requesting the TOEFL test. See your counselor and/or DC-CAP advisor for additional testing information pertinent to your needs. VII. FINANCIAL AID Financial Aid resources for International students can be limited. International students are not usually eligible for government aid such as the Pell Grant, SEOG Grant, Stafford Loans and other Federal Aid. The counselor and DC-CAP advisor at your school will help you determine what financial aid resources are available to meet your needs. It is important to remember: Understanding the financial aid process is key to your success in college. It is important that you work with your counselor and your DC-CAP advisor to assist you in completing the FAFSA (Free Application Federal Student Aid). Some schools may require students to complete a FAFSA as a part of their application for institutional aid. If an international student submits a FAFSA without a SSN (Social Security Number) or Alien Registration Number, the FAFSA will be rejected. A Social Security Number is not proof of citizenship Some international students may apply for SSN. It depends on the type of visa. Before applying for a SSN or completing a FAFSA, international students should ask the school to which they are applying about the process. Some schools use the FAFSA to process foreign student aid applications, therefore may require the student to submit the FAFSA directly to the school. DC-CAP will assist students in comparing the different financial packages they may receive. You must apply for aid at the beginning of every year in January. Consider requesting aid from organizations in your country. Contact the Cultural Department of your embassy or the Ministry of Education for information on scholarships or other types of education aid. Be aware of and do not miss deadlines. 5

10 Financial aid packages vary from college to college depending on the resources of the institution. GRANT & SCHOLARSHIPS: Money that does not need to be paid back. Scholarship provider s eligibility requirements may vary. Obtain information about scholarships opportunities. Apply early, as money is awarded on a first-come-first serve basis. Scholarships maybe non-renewable which means they are offered on a one time basis or renewable which means they are offered over a period of time specified by the scholarship provider. You will need to apply every year. Beware of scholarship scams (See appendices) WORK-STUDY: Funds earned by the student while in college. Students who qualify for subsidized student loans are eligible for federal work study. Speak with the Admission and/or Financial Aid advisor at your school about your needs. LOANS: Money that must be paid back. Federal Loans Only students eligible for federal aid may apply. Private Loans - These funds are usually awarded by a private non-government organization. Agencies that award private funding have different criteria than federal agencies (For example they may not have a residency or citizenship requirement.) INSTITUTUIONAL AID: Funding awarded through the college/university you will be attending. It can come in the form of a scholarship, a grant or a loan. It is usually an award based on merit, need or a specific ability or talent. NEED BASED AID: Funding that is awarded based on financial need. Examples of need based aid are: Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), Work Study, Perkins and Subsidized Stafford Loan. MERIT AID: These are scholarships awarded to students based on a specific talent they may possess. High grades or superior standardized testing scores on the SAT or ACT may qualify a student for merit aid in the form of an academic scholarship. Most academic scholarships require the student to maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. Athletic Grants, Band and Vocal scholarships fall under this category. For more information on international students and financial aid go to: 6

11 VIII. COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Now is the time for you to analyze and make comparisons of the colleges and universities of interest to you. Remember, the best school for you is the one that best meets your needs and interests. Affordability Size of the institution Location Housing policies Campus information Academic focus Freshman admissions International student resources Retention Rate Graduation Rate Areas to Consider FOUR YEAR COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES There are many benefits to attending a four year college directly after high school. The first benefit is the friendships that you make can last a lifetime. Another benefit is familiarizing you with different programs and taking courses in that direct field. Socially, four year colleges usually have more activities, sports, and social groups in comparison to a two year college. Most four year colleges offer housing whereas most two year colleges do not. Four year colleges tend to have more financial aid assistance as well as internships and exposure to many careers. Most importantly, attending a four year college will provide you with better preparation for your chosen career and a bachelor degree that will give you more choices of career options, and allow you to be more attractive to potential employers and qualify for graduate schools where you can earn your masters or PhD degree. TWO-YEAR & COMMUNITY COLLEGES Enrollment in a community college program can provide you academic success similar to a four year college but at a fraction of the cost. The vast majority of colleges and universities accept transfer credits from community colleges. Thus, you can take your preparatory core classes at a community college and then transfer to a college or university to continue your education. As a precursor to your college education, a community college can save you money while providing you with a learning environment where you may strengthen your academic preparedness before 7

12 transitioning to a four year college or university of your choice. At community college you have the opportunity to earn an Assoiates degrees, certificate programs as well as vocational training. PRIVATE vs. PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS Public and private institutions vary greatly from state to state. Therefore, in considering this important question also consider your financial capabilities. The major difference between public and private education is affordability. Public Public college and universities are subsidized by the state where the school is located. They are generally less expensive than private colleges and universities. In-state residents tuition is lower. Out-of-state tuition is higher. Private Private schools rely on tuition and fees and provide their own funding. They are usually more expensive than public institutions. Private colleges are known to offer smaller class sizes and more personal attention. IX. RESIDENCE LIFE: The decision to go to college may also include deciding whether to live on-campus or offcampus. ON- CAMPUS LIVING: Think about what is important to you! Be clear about your needs. Make a list of the pros and cons. Some colleges do not allow (freshmen) first-year students to live off-campus. Check with the college you have chosen for clarification. Living on campus offers you immediate access to support services and could save you money. You can walk to your classes, the library, computer labs, and cafeteria. You have the opportunity to meet more people and establish friendships. Your meals are included as part of your Room & Board. Campus security offers you a safe environment in which to live and study. You are surrounded by the college support system. 8

13 OFF CAMPUS LIVING: Many students are attracted to off-campus living because: You have a sense of independence and freedom. There is no curfew to follow. You have more privacy. You are responsible for monthly bills. You are responsible for your meals. You are responsible for your laundry. You are responsible for your own safety. You are responsible for house cleaning. You have to travel to and from classes. OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES: It is Important to remember Many institutions offer a variety of student support services. You are encouraged to take full advantage of these services and ask questions. Talk with your counselor about specific support services to meet your needs. Some college and universities have an International counselor who will assist you with your with specific visa issues, your eligibility to work in the US, and tutoring services. Speak with your college Admissions representative about other support services the college offers for international students. X. PARENT/GUARDIAN INFORMATION Congratulations! Involved Parent Parental Support is critical to student s success. Start a savings plan for college. DC-CAP invites and encourages parents to remain involved in the educational process of their child. Encourage students to take challenging courses in high school. Encourage positive study habits. Encourage students to earn good grades. Encourage students to get involved activities and services in their community. Students need financial and emotional support, as well as encouragement. DC-CAP provides educational and financial aid workshops for parents. Get to know you child s school counselor. 9

14 A college degree can provide your child with the necessary academic preparedness and leadership skills to affect change in the international community. A college degree provides students with an opportunity to learn responsibility, gain and manage independence, and build social skills. Students with a college degree have greater options and are more likely to be employed. College graduates earn $1,000,000 more over their lifetime than those who do not pursue a college education. For more parenting tips visit: 10

15 Appendix 11

16 DC-CAP Financial Aid Form for Non-US Citizens The financial information requested is solely for the basis of determining eligibility for the DC-College Access Program s Last Dollar Award calculation. In order to be eligible for these resources, the student must be enrolled for a minimum of twelve (12) credit hours every semester. Along with this form, you will need to submit a semester bill and an Authorization Form, which will allow us to collect enrollment and grade information each semester. DC-CAP is a non-profit organization and is funded by private resources. We are not affiliated with any local, state or federal government agency and receive no funds from any of these entities. All information collected is confidential and remains in the custody of the DC-CAP. A. student information Last Name First Name M.I Social Security Number Address (Include Apt No) Date of Birth Age City State Zip Code Telephone Number (include area code) Address DC Public/Charter High School Attended Graduation Date College or University Attending Check the box that applies to your current citizenship status. I am a US Citizen ** I am a Permanent Resident of the United States ** I am a Temporary Resident of the United States I am not a US Citizen nor a Permanent Resident of the United States ** YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE FEDERAL ASSISTANCE. YOU WILL NEED TO COMPLETE THE FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA), TO BE CONSIDERED FOR FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID.** What languages are spoken in your home? Primary Language: Secondary Language (s): Of the languages indicated, which are you fluent? In what country were you born? Indicate your enrollment plans for the next academic year. Indicate how you plan to pay for college next year. I will be a full-time student with at least 12 credit hours. I will enroll in school for at least 6 credit hours. I will enroll for less than six-credit hours. I will not be enrolled in school. My parents will pay the full cost for college. I have won a scholarship that covers my full cost. I will need financial assistance to pay for school. I will not be enrolled in school. B. student s Employer information Are you employed? What is your annual salary? (Provide a pay stub or tax return) Will you work during the summer? Are you planning to work during the academic year? What is your anticipated income for: previous summer current academic year Employer s Name & Address: Employer s Phone Number: 12

17 DC-CAP Financial Aid Form for Non-US Citizen c. parent/guardian HOUSEHOLD INFORMATION _ Parent s/guardian s Name Address (Include Apt No) City State Zip Code Home telephone number (include area code) Check the box that applies to your current citizenship status. I am a US Citizen I am a Permanent Resident of the United States I am a Temporary Resident of the United States I am not a US Citizen nor a Permanent Resident of the United States Number of family members who are currently living with you and you provide support? Of the family members living with you, how many are in college not including the student listed above? d. Parent s Employer Information Employer s Name & Address: Work Phone Number: What is your annual salary, wages or earnings? Enclose your current pay stub or tax return with this form. e. Sign this form By signing this form, we certify that the information reported on this form is complete and correct. At least one parent or guardian must sign this form. Student Date Parent Date SUBMIT THIS FORM DIRECTLY TO YOUR DC-CAP ADVISOR OR MAIL TO: DC College Access Program 1029 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite 400 Washington, DC Telephone (202) Fax (202)

18 14

19 15

20 16

21 PREPARING FOR COLLEGE HOW TO PREPARE Planning for college should begin no later than ninth grade because that is when you need to decide whether or not you are going to follow a college preparatory track. A college preparatory track should include as a minimum: 4 years of English and Literature 3-4 years of Math (including advanced algebra and trigonometry) 2-3 years of Foreign Language 2-4 years of Laboratory Science 2 years of History and Social Science 3 years of Electives from the above list This schedule demands that you take at lest 4 college preparatory classes in every year of high school. This still leaves room for you to take additional electives in music, art, yearbook, etc. If you are interested in engineering, math, science or computers, take all the math and science that you can. If your strengths are history, writing, literature or the arts, take extra classes in these subjects. It is always a good idea to take extra foreign language courses. Your school counselor will help you plan your schedule according to your strengths and interest. The following will help guide you to a successful senior year without stressing too much about your application. 9 TH GRADE YEAR-BY-YEAR CHECKLIST Talk with your counselor and inform them that you want to attend a 4- yr college or university and that you need to schedule college prep courses. Take algebra or geometry and a foreign language in both semesters. Maintain A and B in all of your subjects. Form a study group with friends who also plan to go to college if needed. Create a personal resume file. Save items such as: o Copies of report cards o Diplomas and certificates presented to you o A list of awards and honors that you receive o A list of all schools and community activities you joined o A list of offices you hold in these organization, and o A list of jobs you hold (volunteer or paid) Update your profile each semester Begin visiting colleges or universities: scope out your competition 17

22 Participate in academic enrichment programs Register for and take the PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test). The test will give you and your counselor an idea of your strengths and the areas you need to improveas you prepare for college admission. 10 th GRADE Review your ninth and tenth grade schedule with your counselor to make sure you re taking the right classes. Maintain A and B in all of your subjects. Continue to form a study groups and do your research on prospective schools. Update your personal resume file at the end of each semester. Continue to visit local college and universities with family and friends. Participate in academics enrichment programs and special summer workshops and camps for music, science, engineering, writing, filmmaking, theater, language and others. Register for and take the PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test). The test will give you and your counselor an idea of your strengths and the areas you need to improveas you prepare for college admission. 11 th GRADE Check with your counselor to be sure you are taking the right college prep courses needed for a selective 4- year college or university and challenge yourself. Maintaining A and B grades is especially important in the junior year. Register for the PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test) in October. The PSAT is a practice exam for the SAT 1 and is required for several national scholarship programs. Take the PSAT. The results will give you and your counselor an idea of your strengths and the area you need to improve as you prepare for college admission. If you are taking Advanced Placement subjects register for the AP exams in spring. Scoring well on these exams will enable you to earn college credit. (For SCU 4 or 5 on the AP exams.) Attend college fairs and presentations by colleges who visit your school and ask questions. Create a file on your favorite college. Obtain information about these schools. Visit colleges that interest you. Try to meet with admission, academic, student organizations and athletics. Prepare questions about the school and have a transcript or list of the courses you have taken since ninth grade. Take the SAT 1and/or ACT test. Update your resume file. From May to July be prepared to receive mail from many colleges. 18

23 OVER THE SUMMER Read the college mail you received. Return reply cards to schools that interest you; they will send you view books, catalogues and applications. Visit your short list colleges. Prepare for the SAT1 and the Act by reading books and manuals with the testing tips and sample questions. Attend workshops on how to prepare for these entrance exams if offered are your school or ask a counselor where you can prepare. Start looking for scholarships! All the money you can get is great! 12 th GRADE Review your recent and current class schedule to make sure you are taking the right classes. Maintain A s and B s and do not get Senioritis early!! View your short list schools again. Check frequently with your college counselor or career center director for information about scholarships awarded by your school, local companies and community groups. In early September, register for the SAT and the ACT. Register a month or two before the test date. Some colleges and universities will accept both exams and the more times you take them will only benefit your scores because schools will accept the highest score. By the end of October, make a final list of the schools to which you will apply for admission Apply early to the colleges of your choice Complete essays for college admission Obtain letters of recommendations from teachers, counselors, and community members Apply for all financial aid and scholarships Select college of attendance and pay all required deposits SENIOR CHECKLIST When What September Start your search for colleges. Visit your school counselor and register with the DC-CAP advisor at your school. They will assist you with your college choices. October Start preparing for the TOEFL exam and other admissions testing (SAT, ACT) December Register for TOEFL exam and other Admissions tests January - Select the Schools to which you will apply - Write your college application essay. Get feedback from your Counselor or DC-CAP advisor - Complete the FAFSA: - Complete the OneApp (TAG,LEAP) March- Take the TOEFL test, SAT and/or ACT. It is best to take these tests before June November. Taking these tests during this period will give you the chance to 19

PROCEDIMIENTO PARA LA ADMISIÓN DE ESTUDIANTES DE INTERCAMBIO EN LA UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA 2015/16

PROCEDIMIENTO PARA LA ADMISIÓN DE ESTUDIANTES DE INTERCAMBIO EN LA UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA 2015/16 *English text below PROCEDIMIENTO PARA LA ADMISIÓN DE ESTUDIANTES DE INTERCAMBIO EN LA UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA 2015/16 El presente procedimiento describe los pasos a seguir para solicitar la admisión como

Más detalles

UNIVERSIDAD DE MONTEVIDEO

UNIVERSIDAD DE MONTEVIDEO UNIVERSIDAD DE MONTEVIDEO Formulario de admisión para estudiantes internacionales Application form for International Students PHOTO Semestre 1 (marzo-julio) / Semester 1 (March-July) Año/ Year Semestre

Más detalles

2015 16 Student Eligibility Verification Advanced Placement/International Baccalaureate Test Fee Program

2015 16 Student Eligibility Verification Advanced Placement/International Baccalaureate Test Fee Program 2015 16 Student Eligibility Verification Advanced Placement (AP) and/or International Baccalaureate (IB) Exams AP Exam IB Exam AP and IB Exams I. Student Information Last Name First Name MI Grade High

Más detalles

Guide to Health Insurance Part II: How to access your benefits and services.

Guide to Health Insurance Part II: How to access your benefits and services. Guide to Health Insurance Part II: How to access your benefits and services. 1. I applied for health insurance, now what? Medi-Cal Applicants If you applied for Medi-Cal it will take up to 45 days to find

Más detalles

IRS DATA RETRIEVAL NOTIFICATION DEPENDENT STUDENT ESTIMATOR

IRS DATA RETRIEVAL NOTIFICATION DEPENDENT STUDENT ESTIMATOR IRS DATA RETRIEVAL NOTIFICATION DEPENDENT STUDENT ESTIMATOR Subject: Important Updates Needed for Your FAFSA Dear [Applicant], When you completed your 2012-2013 Free Application for Federal Student Aid

Más detalles

Dear Parents and Patrons,

Dear Parents and Patrons, Dear Parents and Patrons, The purpose of this letter is to inform you that according to the 2013-14 state student assessment results NeSA reading, Gibbon Elementary School is considered a Title 1 School

Más detalles

9 th Grade College Checklist

9 th Grade College Checklist 9 th Grade College Checklist This is the year you need to start getting ready for college. The best way to prepare is to take college preparatory courses now. Take the most challenging courses possible.

Más detalles

HARLANDALE ISD STEM EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL ALAMO COLLEGES AT PALO ALTO COLLEGE

HARLANDALE ISD STEM EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL ALAMO COLLEGES AT PALO ALTO COLLEGE HARLANDALE ISD STEM EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL ALAMO COLLEGES AT PALO ALTO COLLEGE WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ALAMO COLLEGES, AREA BUSINESSES AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS TO ENSURE STUDENT SUCCESS." DR.

Más detalles

Certificado de Asistente de Oficina

Certificado de Asistente de Oficina Certificado de Asistente de Oficina Los estudiantes interesados en obtener este Certificado deben cumplir con los siguientes requisitos: Ser estudiante activo en la Facultad de Administración de Empresas,

Más detalles

AB540 College Night Financial Aid

AB540 College Night Financial Aid AB540 College Night Financial Aid PRESENTADO POR REBECCA PLOTKIN LA FUNDACIÓN DE BECAS DE SANTA BARBARA PRESENTED BY REBECCA PLOTKIN SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION OF SANTA BARBARA TEMAS/ Topics Hoy Que es ayuda

Más detalles

Cal Grant GPA Electronic Submission and Opt-out Notification As of 10.13.15

Cal Grant GPA Electronic Submission and Opt-out Notification As of 10.13.15 12338 McCourtney Road Grass Valley, CA 95949 Phone: 530-272-4008 Fax: 530-272-4009 www.johnmuircs.com Cal Grant GPA Electronic Submission and Opt-out Notification As of 10.13.15 Assembly Bill 2160, commonly

Más detalles

A Guide to Enrolling Your Child in College

A Guide to Enrolling Your Child in College Help Fulfill a Dream A Guide to Enrolling Your Child in College Courtesy of the School-To-College Program of Balboa High School English version starts on page 1 Versión en español comienza en la página

Más detalles

EMPLOYER & EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT PLAN TAX CREDITS

EMPLOYER & EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT PLAN TAX CREDITS EMPLOYER & EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT PLAN TAX CREDITS For employers who set up and maintain retirement plans, the setup costs, annual administrative costs, and retirement-related employee education costs are

Más detalles

1. Lista de verificación para Admisión/ Admission Check List

1. Lista de verificación para Admisión/ Admission Check List 1. Lista de verificación para Admisión/ Admission Check List 1 Formato de Solicitud de Admisión completado/ Complete Application Form 2 Copia de Título/ Copy of degree certificate 3 Certificados de Notas/

Más detalles

GUIDE FOR PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES

GUIDE FOR PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES GUIDE FOR PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES A parent-teacher conference is a chance for you and your child s teacher to talk. You can talk about how your child is learning at home and at school. This list will

Más detalles

July 2011. Graduations & Learning After High School. Español/Spanish

July 2011. Graduations & Learning After High School. Español/Spanish July 2011 Graduations & Learning After High School Español/Spanish Last month our schools graduated 1,734 students from high school. These are students who met all the graduation standards from the State

Más detalles

Affordable Care Act Informative Sessions and Open Enrollment Event

Affordable Care Act Informative Sessions and Open Enrollment Event 2600 Cedar Ave., P.O. Box 2337, Laredo, TX 78044 Hector F. Gonzalez, M.D., M.P.H Tel. (956) 795-4901 Fax. (956) 726-2632 Director of Health News Release. Date: February 9, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE To:

Más detalles

2014 15 Student Eligibility Verification Advanced Placement/International Baccalaureate Test Fee Program

2014 15 Student Eligibility Verification Advanced Placement/International Baccalaureate Test Fee Program 2014 15 Student Eligibility Verification Advanced Placement (AP) and/or International Baccalaureate (IB) Exams þ AP Exam IB Exam AP and IB Exams I. Student Information Last Name First Name MI Grade High

Más detalles

COMMUNITY COLLEGE INITIATIVE PROGRAM STUDENT APPLICATION

COMMUNITY COLLEGE INITIATIVE PROGRAM STUDENT APPLICATION COMMUNITY COLLEGE INITIATIVE PROGRAM STUDENT APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8 November 2010 before 11a.m. IMPORTANT: Do not leave blank spaces. Please complete your application in English. Personal Information

Más detalles

Encl.: Teacher/Teacher Assistant Information Request Form

Encl.: Teacher/Teacher Assistant Information Request Form To: All Parents/Legal Guardians in Title I Schools From: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Title I Department Date: Subject: Right to Know Notification to Parents of Teacher and Teacher Assistant Qualifications

Más detalles

CÓMO PAGAR LA UNIVERSIDAD Paying for college. Norma Sanchez Linfield College

CÓMO PAGAR LA UNIVERSIDAD Paying for college. Norma Sanchez Linfield College 1 CÓMO PAGAR LA UNIVERSIDAD Paying for college Norma Sanchez Linfield College 2 Fuentes para obtener fondos universitarios 2013 Sources of college funds 2013 Fuente: "Cómo Estados Unidos paga la universidad",

Más detalles

TO GET THIS... YOU NEED TO DO THIS...

TO GET THIS... YOU NEED TO DO THIS... ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO GET THIS... YOU NEED TO DO THIS... PROJECT GRAD HOUSTON SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS 1) I must complete two Project GRAD provided or pre-approved college institutes. 2) I

Más detalles

Tres componentes importantes del programa Título I El propósito del Título I es de asegurar que todos los estudiantes tengan la oportunidad de

Tres componentes importantes del programa Título I El propósito del Título I es de asegurar que todos los estudiantes tengan la oportunidad de Qué es Titulo I? El programa Título I para la Educación Primaria y Secundaria es el programa educacional más grande que recibe fondos federales El gobierno federal proporciona asistencia financiera a las

Más detalles

The Home Language Survey (HLS) and Identification of Students

The Home Language Survey (HLS) and Identification of Students The Home Language Survey (HLS) and Identification of Students The Home Language Survey (HLS) is the document used to determine a student that speaks a language other than English. Identification of a language

Más detalles

Formulario de Postulación Estudiante de Intercambio Application Form / Exchange Student

Formulario de Postulación Estudiante de Intercambio Application Form / Exchange Student Formulario de Postulación Estudiante de Intercambio Application Form / Exchange Student Información Personal Personal Information Nombres First Name Apellidos Last Name Dirección permanente Permanent Address

Más detalles

Advance with Spanish. Save time and money: Translate your language skills into college credit. 4b_9429_CLEP_Spanish_Brochure_140820.

Advance with Spanish. Save time and money: Translate your language skills into college credit. 4b_9429_CLEP_Spanish_Brochure_140820. Advance with Spanish Save time and money: Translate your language skills into college credit. 4b_9429_CLEP_Spanish_Brochure_140820.indd 1 8/20/14 10:51 AM Your knowledge of Spanish can earn you college

Más detalles

Cómo comprar en la tienda en línea de UDP y cómo inscribirse a los módulos UDP

Cómo comprar en la tienda en línea de UDP y cómo inscribirse a los módulos UDP Cómo comprar en la tienda en línea de UDP y cómo inscribirse a los módulos UDP Sistema de registro y pago Este sistema está dividido en dos etapas diferentes*. Por favor, haga clic en la liga de la etapa

Más detalles

CO148SPA.1206 PAGE 1 OF 3

CO148SPA.1206 PAGE 1 OF 3 Assurance of Support Algunos inmigrantes necesitan obtener una Assurance of Support (AoS) (Garantía de mantenimiento) antes de que se les pueda conceder su visado para vivir en Australia. El Department

Más detalles

Welcome to the CU at School Savings Program!

Welcome to the CU at School Savings Program! Welcome to the CU at School Savings Program! Thank you for your interest in Yolo Federal Credit Union s CU at School savings program. This packet of information has everything you need to sign your child

Más detalles

SES TUTORING. Orange Unified School District Department of Special Programs (714) 628-5405. Directory of Approved Providers

SES TUTORING. Orange Unified School District Department of Special Programs (714) 628-5405. Directory of Approved Providers SES TUTORING Orange Unified School District Department of Special Programs (714) 628-5405 Directory of Approved Providers Directorio de compañías autorizadas para proveer servicios de tutoría 2015-2016

Más detalles

Cambridge IGCSE. www.cie.org.uk

Cambridge IGCSE. www.cie.org.uk Cambridge IGCSE About CIE CIE examinations are taken in over 125 different countries Cambridge qualifications are recognised by universities, colleges and employers across the globe Sobre CIE Los exámenes

Más detalles

The 2012 Massachusetts Summer Reading Program

The 2012 Massachusetts Summer Reading Program The 2012 Massachusetts Summer Reading Program When you read, you score! This summer join the reading fun at your local library and be eligible to win some fantastic Boston Bruins prizes! Sign up online

Más detalles

Lump Sum Final Check Contribution to Deferred Compensation

Lump Sum Final Check Contribution to Deferred Compensation Memo To: ERF Members The Employees Retirement Fund has been asked by Deferred Compensation to provide everyone that has signed up to retire with the attached information. Please read the information from

Más detalles

\RESOURCE\ELECTION.S\PROXY.CSP

\RESOURCE\ELECTION.S\PROXY.CSP The following is an explanation of the procedures for calling a special meeting of the shareholders. Enclosed are copies of documents, which you can use for your meeting. If you have any questions about

Más detalles

Escuela Olympic Program Titulo 1

Escuela Olympic Program Titulo 1 Escuela Olympic Program Titulo 1 Misión: Creemos que toda la comunidad de alumnos de Olympic van aprender Creemos que el habiente de posibilidad da lugar para la capacidad Nosotros esfuerzos nos ha logrado

Más detalles

Passaic County Technical Institute 45 Reinhardt Road Wayne, New Jersey 07470

Passaic County Technical Institute 45 Reinhardt Road Wayne, New Jersey 07470 Note: Instructions in Spanish immediately follow instructions in English (Instrucciones en español inmediatamente siguen las instrucciónes en Inglés) Passaic County Technical Institute 45 Reinhardt Road

Más detalles

IMMIGRATION Canada. Study Permit. Buenos Aires Visa Office Instructions. Table of Contents. For the following countries:

IMMIGRATION Canada. Study Permit. Buenos Aires Visa Office Instructions. Table of Contents. For the following countries: IMMIGRATION Canada Table of Contents Document Checklist Study Permit (available in Spanish) Study Permit Buenos Aires Visa Office Instructions For the following countries: Argentina, Chile, Easter Island,

Más detalles

Migrant. Learners Today LEADERS Tomorrow!

Migrant. Learners Today LEADERS Tomorrow! Migrant Learners Today LEADERS Tomorrow! 2014 Migrant Summer Program Language Enrichment for English Language Learners Through Science Themes Students will enhance English language acquisition through

Más detalles

PROGRAMA DUAL DE DOS SENDEROS TWO-WAY DUAL LANGUAGE PROGRAM. Parent EXPO Night February 12, 2015

PROGRAMA DUAL DE DOS SENDEROS TWO-WAY DUAL LANGUAGE PROGRAM. Parent EXPO Night February 12, 2015 PROGRAMA DUAL DE DOS SENDEROS TWO-WAY DUAL LANGUAGE PROGRAM Parent EXPO Night February 12, 2015 El ser bilingüe abre nuevos mundos Being bilingual opens you to new worlds Qué es el Programa Dual de Dos

Más detalles

APPLICATION FORM FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS. 3. Número de Pasaporte / Passport Number: 4. Dirección de Residencia / Present Address:

APPLICATION FORM FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS. 3. Número de Pasaporte / Passport Number: 4. Dirección de Residencia / Present Address: . Nombres / Name: Photo. Apellidos / Last Name:. Número de Pasaporte / Passport Number:. Dirección de Residencia / Present Address:. Teléfono: (incluya prefijo del país y ciudad) Phone number including

Más detalles

BOLETÍN DE PRENSA. No. OMH-0042 JUNIO 2015. Convocatoria IME-Becas

BOLETÍN DE PRENSA. No. OMH-0042 JUNIO 2015. Convocatoria IME-Becas BOLETÍN DE PRENSA No. OMH-0042 JUNIO 2015 Convocatoria IME-Becas Omaha, Nebraska a 17 de Junio de 2015 El Consulado de México se complace en lanzar por segunda vez consecutiva en Omaha, Nebraska, el programa

Más detalles

Daly Elementary. Family Back to School Questionnaire

Daly Elementary. Family Back to School Questionnaire Daly Elementary Family Back to School Questionnaire Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s), As I stated in the welcome letter you received before the beginning of the school year, I would be sending a questionnaire

Más detalles

SES TUTORING. Orange Unified School District Department of Special Programs (714) 628 5405. Directory of Approved Providers

SES TUTORING. Orange Unified School District Department of Special Programs (714) 628 5405. Directory of Approved Providers SES TUTORING Orange Unified School District Department of Special Programs (714) 628 5405 Directory of Approved Providers Directorio de compañías autorizadas para proveer servicios de tutoría 2014 2015

Más detalles

This program is now looking for interested female high school students entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade.

This program is now looking for interested female high school students entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade. Engineering Teens. Engineering Summer Camp 2010 Interested? Apply now! June 14-18. This program is now looking for interested female high school students entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade. The Engineering

Más detalles

SEMINAR 3: COMPOSITION

SEMINAR 3: COMPOSITION SEMINAR 3: FORMAL LETTER COMPOSITION 1 Lengua C I (Inglés) Código 00EM Imagine you were selected as an Erasmus student and you wanted to write to your host university to ask them for information about

Más detalles

Screener for Peer Supporters

Screener for Peer Supporters Screener for Peer Supporters Primary Recruiter: Secondary Recruiter: Potential Peer Supporter Name: Phone #1: Home/Cell Phone #2: Home/Cell Address: City: Zip: Contact 1: Date: / / Contact 2: Date: / /

Más detalles

Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine

Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine Improving Rates of Repeat Colorectal Cancer Screening Appendix Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine Contents Patient Letter Included with Mailed FIT... 3 Automated Phone Call... 4 Automated

Más detalles

English Literacy Success Team, e3 Civic High October 30, 2014

English Literacy Success Team, e3 Civic High October 30, 2014 English Literacy Success Team, e3 Civic High October 30, 2014 What is the English Language Success Team? The purpose of our committee is to provide an open conversation between parents, students, and teachers

Más detalles

UNIVERSIDAD GABRIELA MISTRAL Departamento de Relaciones Internacionales. Formulario de Postulación (Aplication For Admission/Exchange Student)

UNIVERSIDAD GABRIELA MISTRAL Departamento de Relaciones Internacionales. Formulario de Postulación (Aplication For Admission/Exchange Student) Personal Data Nombre/First Name Apellidos/Last Name Dirección/Permanent Address Numbers/Street Ciudad City/Province País Country Teléfono Local Phone Number (with area codes) E-mail Fecha de Nacimiento

Más detalles

Asistencia para cuidado infantil

Asistencia para cuidado infantil SPANISH Asistencia para cuidado infantil El Gobierno Australiano ofrece una gama de pagos y servicios para ayudar a las familias con los costes de cuidado infantil incluyendo: Child Care Benefit para cuidado

Más detalles

MajestaCare Healthy Baby Program

MajestaCare Healthy Baby Program MajestaCare Healthy Baby Program Helping you have a healthy baby Para que tenga un bebé saludable Your baby s provider After your baby becomes a member of MajestaCare health plan, you will get a letter

Más detalles

As the 2013-14 school year comes to a close, Camden City School District is excited to get summer programming underway!

As the 2013-14 school year comes to a close, Camden City School District is excited to get summer programming underway! June 2014 Dear Parents and Guardians: As the 2013-14 school year comes to a close, Camden City School District is excited to get summer programming underway! The District Summer School Program will operate

Más detalles

Learning Compact. Schools would agree to provide children every opportunity to learn in a supportive, drug- and violence-free environment.

Learning Compact. Schools would agree to provide children every opportunity to learn in a supportive, drug- and violence-free environment. Learning Compact What is a learning compact? A learning compact is a voluntary agreement between the home and school. The agreement would define goals, expectations and shared responsibilities of schools

Más detalles

Early College High School

Early College High School To the Applicant, Thank you for your interest in Early College High School (ECHS). We are looking forward to working alongside you in accomplishing your educational goals. ECHS is a blend between a high

Más detalles

Formato de Solicitud de Intercambio debidamente llenado. Registro oficial académico / historial académico de la universidad de origen.

Formato de Solicitud de Intercambio debidamente llenado. Registro oficial académico / historial académico de la universidad de origen. Si estás estudiando en una universidad acreditada y quieres pasar uno o más semestres en la Ibero Ciudad de México como estudiante de intercambio, estaremos gustosos de darte la bienvenida. Como estudiante

Más detalles

School Compact Flat Rock Middle School School Year 2015-2016

School Compact Flat Rock Middle School School Year 2015-2016 School Compact School Year 2015-2016 Dear Parent/Guardian, Flat Rock Middle, students participating in the Title I, Part A program, and their families, agree that this compact outlines how the parents,

Más detalles

Ejemplo - Respuesta a una Universidad Americana PRIMER CONTACTO

Ejemplo - Respuesta a una Universidad Americana PRIMER CONTACTO Ejemplo - Respuesta a una Universidad Americana PRIMER CONTACTO En cuando recibas el primer contacto de una universidad, puedes usar esta carta, enviada por e-mail, para responderle al entrenador universitario.

Más detalles

Programs EuroCsys Centers

Programs EuroCsys Centers Programs EuroCsys Centers EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS The best methodology to meet your needs! Through the educational programs you learn to apply the learned skills for your general and specific purposes. We

Más detalles

Options for Year 11 pupils

Options for Year 11 pupils Options for Year 11 pupils from September and beyond James Slocombe Director of Studies Tom Parkinson Head of Secondary Today sobjectives Explain what choices your son/daughter has and how those choices

Más detalles

Spanish Version provided Below

Spanish Version provided Below Spanish Version provided Below Greater Waltown United Holy Church s Summer Reading and Math Program 706 Belvin Avenue Durham, N. C. 27712 (919) 220-7087 May 3, 2015 Dear Parent/Guardian: Summer can be

Más detalles

Centro Oficial de Trinity College London Desde 1989 el Instituto Dickens representa a Trinity College London en el Uruguay.

Centro Oficial de Trinity College London Desde 1989 el Instituto Dickens representa a Trinity College London en el Uruguay. Dickens Institute Centro Oficial de Trinity College London Desde 1989 el Instituto Dickens representa a Trinity College London en el Uruguay. Este centro de Exámenes Internacionales, reconocido en más

Más detalles

Your proposed Field of Study to pursue during the Community College Initiative program (check one):

Your proposed Field of Study to pursue during the Community College Initiative program (check one): COMMUNITY COLLEGE INITIATIVE PROGRAM STUDENT APPLICATION 2013-2014 DEADLINE: before 20 December 2012 before 5:00 p.m. IMPORTANT: Do not leave blank spaces. If an answer does not apply, please write NA.

Más detalles

Senior Information Sheet Hoja de Información para estudiantes en grado 12

Senior Information Sheet Hoja de Información para estudiantes en grado 12 Senior Information Sheet Hoja de Información para estudiantes en grado 12 (This information is useful for transcript, scholarship, financial aid and award consideration. This form appears in a bilingual

Más detalles

Vermont Mini-Lessons: Leaving A Voicemail

Vermont Mini-Lessons: Leaving A Voicemail Vermont Mini-Lessons: Leaving A Voicemail Leaving a Voice Mail Message Learning Objective 1) When to leave a message 2) How to leave a message Materials: 1) Voice Mail Template blanks & samples 2) Phone

Más detalles

Improving Rates of Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Never Screened Individuals

Improving Rates of Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Never Screened Individuals Improving Rates of Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Never Screened Individuals Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine Contents Patient Letter Included with Mailed FIT... 3 Automated Phone

Más detalles

School Preference through the Infinite Campus Parent Portal

School Preference through the Infinite Campus Parent Portal School Preference through the Infinite Campus Parent Portal Welcome New and Returning Families! Enrollment for new families or families returning to RUSD after being gone longer than one year is easy.

Más detalles

Annual Title 1 Parent Meeting

Annual Title 1 Parent Meeting Annual Title 1 Parent Meeting Venus Independent School District August 26 & 28, 2014 1 What is Title I Title I is a K-12 program that provides additional academic support and learning opportunities for

Más detalles

Portal para Padres CPS - Parent Portal. Walter L. Newberry Math & Science Academy Linda Foley-Acevedo, Principal Ed Collins, Asst.

Portal para Padres CPS - Parent Portal. Walter L. Newberry Math & Science Academy Linda Foley-Acevedo, Principal Ed Collins, Asst. Portal para Padres CPS - Parent Portal Walter L. Newberry Math & Science Academy Linda Foley-Acevedo, Principal Ed Collins, Asst. Principal (773) 534-8000 Formando su cuenta - Setting up your account Oprima

Más detalles

NOTICE REQUIRED BY DELAWARE LAW: TAKE ACTION TO SAVE YOUR HOME FROM FORECLOSURE

NOTICE REQUIRED BY DELAWARE LAW: TAKE ACTION TO SAVE YOUR HOME FROM FORECLOSURE DTA.ID00090 DTA.ID00091 DTA.ID00092 DTA.ID00093, DTA.ID00094 DTA.ID00095 DTA.ID00096 DTA.ID00097 DTA.ID00098 DTA.ID00099 DTA.ID00100, DTA.ID00101 DTA.ID00102 DTA.ID00103 Notice of Intent to Foreclose (Delaware)

Más detalles

Harmony Science Academy Houston High 9431 W. Sam Houston Pkwy S Houston, TX, 77099

Harmony Science Academy Houston High 9431 W. Sam Houston Pkwy S Houston, TX, 77099 Dear HSA-Houston High Parents/Guardians, We hope that everyone is having a wonderful summer. Student orientation is drawing near and to make the process run smoother, we are asking that you please complete

Más detalles

Master in Economics and Finance. Sistema de garantía de calidad del título

Master in Economics and Finance. Sistema de garantía de calidad del título Master in Economics and Finance Sistema de garantía de calidad del título 1. Unidad de Garantía Interna de la Calidad (UGIC) La Unidad de Garantía Interna de la Calidad (UGIC) es la Comisión Académica

Más detalles

ALERT. Customers inquiring about the letter must be asked if he/she has filed 2014 tax return and:

ALERT. Customers inquiring about the letter must be asked if he/she has filed 2014 tax return and: ALERT Customers who received a premium tax credit in 2014 and are preparing to renew his/her health coverage for 2016 are required to have filed his/her 2014 taxes in order to continue receiving his/her

Más detalles

Tarjetas de crédito Visa y Mastercard a través de la pagina de inscripción al curso. (En Argentina no se acepta Amex)

Tarjetas de crédito Visa y Mastercard a través de la pagina de inscripción al curso. (En Argentina no se acepta Amex) Terminos y Condiciones PAGOS El pago del curso deberá en todos los casos efectivizado como mínimo - 72 horas antes del comienzo del mismo. La vacante será confirmada contra el pago del curso, hasta ese

Más detalles

IMMIGRATION Canada. Temporary Resident Visa. Mexico City Visa Office Instructions. Table of Contents IMM 5878 E (10-2015)

IMMIGRATION Canada. Temporary Resident Visa. Mexico City Visa Office Instructions. Table of Contents IMM 5878 E (10-2015) IMMIGRATION Canada Table of Contents Document Checklist Temporary resident visa (available in Spanish) Emergency Processing Request Form Temporary Resident Visa Mexico City Visa Office Instructions This

Más detalles

Administración de ingresos. Voluntaria

Administración de ingresos. Voluntaria Administración de ingresos Voluntaria Qué es Administración de ingresos (Income Management)? La Administración de ingresos (Income Management) es una manera de ayudarle a administrar su dinero a fin de

Más detalles

www.deltadentalins.com/language_survey.html

www.deltadentalins.com/language_survey.html Survey Code: Survey 1 February 6, 2008 Dear Delta Dental Enrollee: Recent changes in California law will require that all health care plans provide language assistance to their plan enrollees beginning

Más detalles

RECURSOS FINANCIEROS PARA ESTUDIANTES INDOCUMENTADOS. Tabla de Contenidos Table of Contents

RECURSOS FINANCIEROS PARA ESTUDIANTES INDOCUMENTADOS. Tabla de Contenidos Table of Contents RECURSOS FINANCIEROS PARA ESTUDIANTES INDOCUMENTADOS lntroduccion Introduction Busquedas de Becas Scholarship Search Engines Organizaciones N acionales National Organizations Organizaciones de Carolina

Más detalles

Congressman Cuellar s Office to Host Starr County Home Weatherization Workshop

Congressman Cuellar s Office to Host Starr County Home Weatherization Workshop Congressman Cuellar s Office to Host Starr County Home Weatherization Workshop Rio Grande City, Texas On Thursday, November 7 th, the office of Congressman Henry Cuellar (D-TX28) will host a Home Repair

Más detalles

El Abecedario Financiero

El Abecedario Financiero El Abecedario Financiero Unidad 4 National PASS Center 2013 Lección 5 Préstamos Vocabulario: préstamo riesgocrediticio interés obligadosolidario A lgunavezpidesdineroprestado? Dóndepuedespedirdinero prestado?

Más detalles

How to Follow Your R-FEP Students

How to Follow Your R-FEP Students How to Follow Your R-FEP Students These forms may help you track your R-FEP students more efficiently. 1. Form 12a This form is to track R-FEP students who are doing fine. 2. Form 12b Use this form if

Más detalles

Asistencia para alimentos de Iowa (Iowa Food Assistance Program) SCRIPT

Asistencia para alimentos de Iowa (Iowa Food Assistance Program) SCRIPT Asistencia para alimentos de Iowa (Iowa Food Assistance Program) http://video.extension.iastate.edu/2011/12/14/asistencia para alimentos de iowa/ Six minute video in Spanish explaining what Food Assistance

Más detalles

Aprende más sobre Acción Diferida para los llegados en la infancia. Learn more about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

Aprende más sobre Acción Diferida para los llegados en la infancia. Learn more about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Aprende más sobre Acción Diferida para los llegados en la infancia Learn more about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals 1 DACA: Acción diferida para los llegados en la infancia En 2012, el Presidente

Más detalles

ESL Parent Meeting. Itasca School District 10 Benson Primary School Franzen Intermediate School Peacock Middle School

ESL Parent Meeting. Itasca School District 10 Benson Primary School Franzen Intermediate School Peacock Middle School ESL Parent Meeting Itasca School District 10 Benson Primary School Franzen Intermediate School Peacock Middle School The Program Two ESL Teachers Pull out method (Grades K-8) 30 minutes per day 5 days

Más detalles

I understand that I must request that this waiver be reconsidered annually, each school year. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date:

I understand that I must request that this waiver be reconsidered annually, each school year. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: Page 1 of 7 PARENTAL EXCEPTION WAIVER EDUCATION CODE 311(a): Children who know English (Exhibit 1) Name: School: Grade: Date of Birth: Language Designation: My child possesses good English language skills

Más detalles

AYUDA FINANCIERA FINANCIAL AID

AYUDA FINANCIERA FINANCIAL AID AYUDA FINANCIERA FINANCIAL AID Different forms of money for college How to get it WHAT YOU LL LEARN TODAY LO QUE APENDEREMOS HOY Where to get it When to get it Las diferentes formas de dinero para la universidad

Más detalles

How to make a complaint or provide feedback Family Tax Benefit Part A (FTB Part A)

How to make a complaint or provide feedback Family Tax Benefit Part A (FTB Part A) SPANISH How to make a complaint or provide feedback Family Tax Benefit Part A (FTB Part A) Requisitos El Family Tax Benefit Part A es un pago que se otorga para ayudar a cubrir el costo de la crianza de

Más detalles

High acceptance short term loans Fast Payday Loans - CLICK HERE

High acceptance short term loans Fast Payday Loans - CLICK HERE High acceptance short term loans. Was to have with appealing dollars, tried the book of the best cash advance 10032 personal loan albany ga httpwww. trhyales. czpersonal-loanalbany-ga. High acceptance

Más detalles

International Student Application - Spanish Solicitud de Inscripción para estudiantes internacionales

International Student Application - Spanish Solicitud de Inscripción para estudiantes internacionales 5402-48A Avenue, Camrose, Alberta, Canada T4V 0L3 email: mparker@brsd.ab.ca website: www.brsd.ab.ca/international Student Information / Información del Estudiante Last (Family) Name Apellido(s) International

Más detalles

EXPAND HORIZONS. When you gaze out at the horizon, what do you see? You see where one vista ends and another one begins. You think POSSIBILITIES

EXPAND HORIZONS. When you gaze out at the horizon, what do you see? You see where one vista ends and another one begins. You think POSSIBILITIES EXPANDING HORIZONS EXPAND HORIZONS IS WHAT PAUL CUFFEE SCHOOL DOES. When you gaze out at the horizon, what do you see? You see where one vista ends and another one begins. You think POSSIBILITIES Selected

Más detalles

Templates to Support the CDA Process:

Templates to Support the CDA Process: Templates to Support the CDA Process: Record of Hours English Spanish Autobiography Sample of Competency Seguridad - Safe Activities Books re Gender Roles Books re Special Needs Resources for Special Needs

Más detalles

Application to become an ACE Volunteer HEI Summer 2015

Application to become an ACE Volunteer HEI Summer 2015 Application to become an ACE Volunteer HEI Summer 2015 (ACE: Academic Counselor of Enrichment / HEI: Hawthorn Enrichment Institute) Become an ACE (Academic Counselor of Enrichment) for HEI. ACE counselors

Más detalles

Submission of Documents for Federal Financial Aid Verification

Submission of Documents for Federal Financial Aid Verification Submission of Documents for Federal Financial Aid Verification When complete, submit this form and any additional, required documentation to the Financial Aid Office. Verification will not be completed

Más detalles

SIGUIENDO LOS REQUISITOS ESTABLECIDOS EN LA NORMA ISO 14001 Y CONOCIENDO LAS CARACTERISTICAS DE LA EMPRESA CARTONAJES MIGUEL Y MATEO EL ALUMNO DEBERA

SIGUIENDO LOS REQUISITOS ESTABLECIDOS EN LA NORMA ISO 14001 Y CONOCIENDO LAS CARACTERISTICAS DE LA EMPRESA CARTONAJES MIGUEL Y MATEO EL ALUMNO DEBERA SIGUIENDO LOS REQUISITOS ESTABLECIDOS EN LA NORMA ISO 14001 Y CONOCIENDO LAS CARACTERISTICAS DE LA EMPRESA CARTONAJES MIGUEL Y MATEO EL ALUMNO DEBERA ELABORAR LA POLITICA AMBIENTAL PDF File: Siguiendo

Más detalles

Puede pagar facturas y gastos periódicos como el alquiler, el gas, la electricidad, el agua y el teléfono y también otros gastos del hogar.

Puede pagar facturas y gastos periódicos como el alquiler, el gas, la electricidad, el agua y el teléfono y también otros gastos del hogar. SPANISH Centrepay Qué es Centrepay? Centrepay es la manera sencilla de pagar sus facturas y gastos. Centrepay es un servicio de pago de facturas voluntario y gratuito para clientes de Centrelink. Utilice

Más detalles

Rhode Island Department of Health Three Capitol Hill Providence, RI 02908-5094

Rhode Island Department of Health Three Capitol Hill Providence, RI 02908-5094 Rhode Island Department of Health Three Capitol Hill Providence, RI 02908-5094 www.health.ri.gov Date: December 30, 2009 To: Parents and guardians of school-aged children in Rhode Island From: Director

Más detalles

Learning Masters. Fluent: States of Matter

Learning Masters. Fluent: States of Matter Learning Masters Fluent: States of Matter What I Learned List the three most important things you learned in this theme. Tell why you listed each one. 1. 2. 3. 22 States of Matter Learning Masters How

Más detalles

Fall Notice to Beneficiaries Enrolled in Low Performing Plans Information for SHIPs

Fall Notice to Beneficiaries Enrolled in Low Performing Plans Information for SHIPs Fall Notice to Beneficiaries Enrolled in Low Performing Plans Information for SHIPs CMS is sending a notice to Medicare beneficiaries currently enrolled in consistently low performing plans. This notice

Más detalles

Ethnography of a Classroom Sample Questions (May need to be adjusted for lower grades)

Ethnography of a Classroom Sample Questions (May need to be adjusted for lower grades) Claremont Graduate University, Teacher Education Program Ethnography of a Classroom Sample Questions Parent/Family Interview Be sure to schedule enough time for interview minimum 30 minutes. If possible,

Más detalles

SCHOOL PERFORMANCE GRADE

SCHOOL PERFORMANCE GRADE Asheboro High 1221 S Park St Asheboro, NC 27203 (336)625-6185 Grade Range: 9-12 Regular School Traditional Calendar Asheboro City Schools http://ahs.asheboro.k12.nc.us SCHOOL PERFORMANCE GRADE Achievement

Más detalles

Canutillo Middle School 7311 Bosque, P.O. Box 100 Canutillo, Texas 79835 (915) 877-7900 Fax (915) 877-7919

Canutillo Middle School 7311 Bosque, P.O. Box 100 Canutillo, Texas 79835 (915) 877-7900 Fax (915) 877-7919 Mark Paz August 24, 2015 Dear Parents/Legal Guardian, I would like to start by thanking each and every single one of you for the tremendous help and support we have been receiving. Thank You! Next school

Más detalles