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Considering CollegesOut-of-StatePresented by
RACC
Creating Options In Your College Search
www.regionaladmissions.com Providing out-of-state
options for students of California
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Agenda
Agenda
  1. Options
  2. Cost
  3. Growth and Learning
  4. Risk and Reward
  5. The Plan
  6. The Search -Top 5 Reasons

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options for students of California
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Options
CA High School Students 1290 public high
schools 1.8 Million Public high schools
Students 374,000 graduate (136,000
eligible) 1000 private schools 120,000 private
school students 34,000 graduate
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Options
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Options
Facts to Inspire You
  • California could be 1 million college graduates
    short by 2025
  • 27,300 California high school graduates
    started college at an out-of-state, four-
    year university in 2010, up 90 from 2000
  • Under 10,000 Come to California to start a
    four-year degree
  • 8 out of 10 jobs in California will require a
    college degree
  • California ranks 1st in the nation for
    importing people with a Bachelors Degree,
  • California ranks 41st in the nation importing
    people with less than a HS Degree NCHEM
    Information Center www.higheredinfo.org and US
    Census Bureau www.censu.gov

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Options
CA
  • In-State College and Universities
  • 9 - UC Campuses 182,000
  • 23 - Cal State Campuses 334,885
  • 112 - Junior Colleges - 2.6 Million
  • 75 - Private College (AICCU)- 147,613

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California Trends and Data
Enrollments
UC 31435
CSU 46920
CC 121286
AICCUA 27484
OOS 27,400
UNK 119475
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Options
Nearly 1 million students graduating from CA
high schools and Community Colleges With 107
Four Year Colleges/Universities to consider in
their home state
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Options
  • Over 3400 Colleges
  • Find Your Match College
  • Get Accepted -Admission Rates
  • Sizes (ranges)
  • New Locations Adventure, Growth
  • Costs find an affordable option

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Cost
  • Average UC Cost 31,700 Tuition, Fees,
    RB, Personal, books, transportation 2012-13
  • (UC Web Site www.universityofcalifornia.edu)
  • Average CSU Cost 23,811 Fees, RB,
    Personal, books, transportation 2012-13
  • (CSU Web Site www.calstate.edu/sas/costofattendanc
    e)
  • Average State School/Out-of-State 29,682
  • Fees, RB, Personal, books, transportation
    2012-13
  • Average Private School Costs 43,289
    Tuition, Fees, RB, Personal, books,
    transportation 2012-13 (college board 80
    receive scholarship and grant, net costs /27,600)

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Cost
  • Family and Student Contribution
  • Federal Assistance (FAFSA) calculator
  • Loan Programs (Parent and Student)
  • College Aid
  • Grants Gift money
  • Scholarships-merits based
  • Class shaping, diversity, enrich campuses
  • Private Sources of Aid
  • Graduation rate
  • Cost of a college to you Known in March

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Sample FA Comparison Chart
Cost
EFC 2,846 School 1 School 2 School 3
Budget/COA 36,920 36,900 38,200
Scholarship Merit/Talent/Diversity 3,500 8,000 20,000
College Grant Colleges Discretion 1,500 5000 6,000
Pell grant 2,700 4200 4,200
SEOG Grant 0 1,900 1,000
FWS 3000 0 1,500
Stafford 5,500 5,500 5,500
PLUS 20,720 12,300 0
Out of Pocket PLUS/Stafford/ 29,220 17,800 7,000
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Cost
Financial Aid and ScholarshipsThe five best
websites www.fafsa.ed.gov www.finaid.com www.fas
tweb.com www.collegeboard.com All financial aid
and scholarship information is available on the
web for free. Calculators www.finaid.org/calcul
ators/
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Learning
Growth
  • Get To Know The College
  • The academic Profile
  • Class size
  • Student to teacher ratio
  • School population
  • Majors
  • Extra curricula activities
  • Campus surroundings
  • Diversity
  • Location
  • Weather
  • Know You
  • GPA/Test Scores
  • Independent worker, collaborative worker
  • Campus Size
  • Majors
  • Resume
  • Your Inspiration
  • Interests, hobbies

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Risk and Reward
Risk
Reward
  • Transition To College
  • The First Year
  • Jumping In New Adventure
  • Get involved Key To Success (NSSE)
  • Connect with College
  • Time management
  • Mentorship
  • Friendship

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Risk
Reward
The three tiered list . AND YOU LOVE
THEM ALL!
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Plan
The
RACC USA All So Many UND 3.0
1550 65 Rolling 3/1 Target
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The
Plan
  • How Decisions Are Made
  • What Colleges Consider
  • Curriculum/School
  • GPA
  • Test Scores
  • Rec Letters
  • Resume
  • Essay
  • Interview
  • Your Interest

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The Search Timeline and Workflow
The
Plan

3,509 Colleges
Sophomore and Junior Year Mailing lists
30-100 Schools you Inquired to
Junior and Senior Year Visited 20 -30 -
Researched/Visited
Fall Senior Year Apply to Schools 3 Tiers
November - March Decisions
March Senior Yr. FA /Cost
May CollegeChoice
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Agenda
Agenda
  1. Options
  2. Cost
  3. Growth and Learning
  4. Risk and Reward
  5. The Plan
  6. The Search -Top 5 Reasons

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Top Reasons Students Chose Their College
Top 5
Reasons
5) Location, Location, Location 4) Size of the
student body 3) Cost 2) I got accepted 1) It just
felt right
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