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Title: Shelton State Community College


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Shelton State Community College
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Shelton State Community College
  • http//www.sheltonstate.edu
  • Its All About Results!

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Shelton State Community College
  • Established in 1953 as the JP Shelton Trade
    School
  • Merged with C. A. Fredd State Technical School in
    1993
  • Martin Campus constructed in 1996
  • Now one of the largest two-year institutions in
    the state
  • Shelton State currently serves upwards of 7000
    Students

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What degrees do we offer and will these degrees
transfer?
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Degrees
  • Associate in Arts Degree
  • Transfer to four year college or university
  • Associate in Science Degree
  • Transfer to four year college or university
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  • Associate in Applied Science Degree
  • Designed for students who plan to seek
    employment based upon the competencies and skills
    attained through the programs of study.

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Certificates
  • Long and short certificate programs available
  • Designed for students who plan to seek
    employment based upon the competencies and skills
    attained through the programs of study

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What types of employment are we talking about?
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Technical Programs
  • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology
  • Auto Body Repair
  • Automotive Mechanics
  • Barbering
  • Carpentry
  • Commercial Art Advertising and Design
  • Commercial Foods
  • Computerized Numerical Control
  • Cosmetology
  • Culinary Arts
  • Diesel Mechanic Technology Drafting Technology
  • Electrical Technology
  • Heavy Equipment Operator
  • Industrial Electronics Technology
  • Machine Tool Technology
  • Office Administration
  • Welding Technology

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How do we enroll in school?
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Admissions Requirements
  • Standard or advanced high school diploma or a GED
  • No ACT or SAT required for admission
  • Complete an application for admission there is
    no application fee
  • Sign-up to take the COMPASS assessment
  • Attend a START-Up Day

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How Much Does it Cost?
  • Tuition and Fees - 90.00 per Semester hour
  • Full Time Student is 12 Semester Hours
  • 12 x 90.00 1080.00
  • Books and Supplies estimate - 300.00

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How can I pay my tuition?
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Financial Assistance
  • Federal Financial Aid Pell Grant
  • Scholarships
  • Special Programs

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FAFSA
  • Basic Pell Grant based on your familys last
    years income
  • All students should apply
  • Apply as early as possible
  • Can apply on line at http//www.fasfa.gov

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Scholarships
  • Academic
  • Technical
  • Ambassador
  • Cheerleader
  • Foundation
  • Performing Arts
  • Starlets

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Scholarships - Athletics
  • Mens Baseball
  • Mens Basketball
  • Womens Basketball
  • Womens Softball
  • Womens Soccer

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Scholarships Athletic
  • Contact the individual coaches of the sport
  • Full tuition, Fees and Books

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Scholarships - Academic
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Based solely on academic courses math, English,
    science and social studies
  • SAT
  • Minimum of 526 in math and 480 on verbal or
  • ACT
  • Minimum of 20 overall with a 20 in math and
    English
  • Deadline for application is March 1st
  • Renewal for second year with B average
  • Full tuition scholarship

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Scholarships - Technical
  • Minimum 2.5 overall GPA
  • Letter of recommendation from HS principal
  • or
  • Letter of recommendation from and instructor from
    the field they are pursuing
  • Must have a B average to re-apply
  • Must apply each year
  • Amounts vary

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Scholarships - Ambassador
  • Host and Hostess of the College
  • 35 hours of service per semester
  • 300.00 book scholarship
  • Scholarships awarded yearly
  • Deadline for application is March 1st
  • Interview process

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Scholarships - Cheerleading
  • Male and Female
  • Tryouts are involved
  • Full scholarship tuition and books

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Scholarships - Foundation
  • See Shelton State website for descriptions of
    Foundation Scholarships
  • Deadlines vary
  • Amounts vary

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Scholarships Performing Arts
  • Art, Dance/Theatre, Music and Speech
  • Deadline for application is March 1st
  • Auditions are required March 19th
  • Varied amounts
  • Renewable for a second year based on performance
    and availability

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Scholarships Starlets (Danceline)
  • Applications due March 28th
  • Try-outs required
  • Full tuition scholarship

25
Scholarships Summer Studies
  • Each summer thousands of dollars designated for
    financial aid and scholarships go unused. Shelton
    Summer Studies is a program designed to help
    graduating seniors get a head start on college by
    applying for these untapped funds

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Scholarships Summer Studies
  • Classes will transfer
  • Reasons to enroll
  • Has no affect on any other financial aid
  • Will not effect plans to attend another
    institution in the fall
  • Beginning college freshman can save valuable time
    and money with this exciting new program
  • There is no application fee for Shelton State

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Scholarships Summer Studies
  • Complete the yellow 2003-04 Free Application for
    Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Complete a Shelton State application for
    admission
  • Bring Student Aid Report (SAR) to the Financial
    Aid office
  • If eligible you can receive up to 2000.00 to go
    to school this summer
  • If not eligible scholarships available for
    students with a 3.0 GPA

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Special Programs
  • http//www.sheltonstate.edu
  • Its All About Results!

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Non-Traditional Scholarships
  • Gender oriented
  • If an individual enters an occupational field
    where their gender makes 25 or less of the
    workers, they are considered non-traditional
    (example female going into welding)
  • According to need
  • 15,000 set aside for non-traditional students

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Other Services for Students
  • Library
  • Learning Center
  • Cyber Café
  • Computer Labs
  • Job Placement Center
  • Student activities Phi Theta Kappa, etc.

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But I need to work!
  • BF Goodrich and Mercedes Work Plan
  • BF Goodrich Plan
  • Guaranteed 40 hrs per week with no benefits
  • Pay is 13.50 per hour
  • Must work every Saturday and Sunday
  • Remaining hours you work around your school
    schedule
  • Mercedes Plan
  • Similar
  • Details will be finalized in June

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The Super Educational Plan
  • Tech Prep Articulation Plan
  • Student does college work in high school
  • Can received up to 9 hours free college credit
  • S Cube Program
  • Student can receive up to 12 hours free college
    credit
  • We now have earned 21 college hours free

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Student signs up for 12 hours
  • Pell Grant 2,400
  • Technical Scholarship 500
  • Total Assets 2,900
  • Cost 1,380
  • Final outcome student has earned 12 college
    hours free and put 1,520 in his pocket

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BF Goodrich Plan
  • Student earns 540 per week
  • 540 per week x 4 months
  • student earns 8,640

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Final Assessment
  • Student had the opportunity to earn 34 college
    credits
  • Cost 0
  • Student has earned 10,160
  • GO TO SCHOOL!

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Questions
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Shelton State Community College
  • http//www.sheltonstate.edu
  • Its All About Results!
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