Notre Dame Admissions Process

The Notre Dame admissions process is need-blind for all domestic students. This means that students are admitted on the basis of their academic and personal records of achievement, not based on whether their family has the money to pay. The CSS Profile and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) serve as the official applications for need-based financial aid at the University of Notre Dame, including University scholarship programs.

View a timeline and instructions for applying here

Davis Chambers Scholarship

The Davis Chambers Scholarship program can possibly provide optimal assistance for  deserving students.  To access the application packet, please click here  students in submitting a complete application packet to the Nebraska Community College of their choice.  A separate application is required for each community college.  The application deadline is Monday, April 1, 2020.

Community College mailing addresses are as follows:

  • Central Community College * Financial Aid Office * PO Box 1027 * Columbus, NE  68602-1027
  • Mid-Plains Community College * 1205 East 3rd Street * McCook, NE  69001
  • Southeast Community College * 8800 O Street * Lincoln, NE  68520
  • Metropolitan Community College * Equity and Inclusion Office * Metropolitan Community College * PO Box 3777 * Omaha, NE  68103-0777
  • Northeast Community College * 801 East Benjamin Avenue * Norfolk, NE  68702-0469
  • Western Nebraska Community College * 1601 E. 27th Street * Scottsbluff, NE  69361

 

BYU Admissions Update

Applications to BYU require ALL graded academic work to be reported at time of application.

High school grades are self-reported but should match an official transcript, which will be required if admitted.

All graded college credit must be reported and an official transcript must be received BEFORE the applicant can submit by the deadline of December 16.

For questions, please refer them to ymessage.byu.edu or 801-422-4104.

University of South Dakota’s High School Robotic Programming Contest

University of South Dakota’s 40th annual High School Robotic Programming Contest. The contest will take place in the Muenster University Center on Friday, April 10, 2020, starting at 8:00 a.m.

This event is a great opportunity for students to practice their programming skills, collaborate with their peers and get to know the USD Computer Science Department. In the past, this event was solely a programming contest. Four years ago, the department revamped the competition to include robot programming, and the event has since bloomed into a major event for high school teams in the area. In 2017, the University of South Dakota hosted 29 teams, with over 100 participants from 16 high schools, and we awarded over $50,000 in housing scholarships to the top ten teams.

Kent State University Scholarships

Interested incoming freshmen from outside of Ohio may qualify for up to $20,500 per year in scholarships at Kent State University– that’s $82,000 over 4 years!

To learn more about Kent State’s new scholarship programs, visit www.kent.edu/scholarships!

Students who apply by Dec. 1 will be automatically considered for all renewable merit scholarships. And applying to Kent State as never been easier! Your students can submit their application through the Common App or Kent State application.