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    Counseling Bulletin Oct 9, 2020
    Posted on 10/09/2020


    Financial Aid Night open to all families. Hosted by IHS counseling team, Seattle Promise liaison, and North Seattle financial aid officer.

    When: October 21, 2020, 4pm-5:30pm, via Zoom Join Zoom Meeting
    Meeting ID: 650 442 8547
    Passcode: 2636
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    Other Financial Aid Events:

    October 20 and November 4 SPS Virtual Financial Aid Filing Support Events:

    • Tuesday, October 20, 5 - 7 p.m. (Languages: Amharic, Somali, Spanish)
    • Wednesday, November 4, 4 - 6 p.m. (Languages: Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese)

    Registration links for the above SPS events will be available and posted to this page soon.

    Statewide Financial Aid Filing Support Events: The 12th Year Campaign is partnering with high schools and colleges to provide virtual events to help student take the first steps to fund post-secondary goals.


    COLLEGE VISITS. We receive emails everyday from various colleges requesting to visit Ingraham HS virtually. Please view the list in Naviance and register for the ones you would like to attend. Remember to obtain permission from your teacher if a college visit coincides with an instructional class.

    College visits for the week of October 12-16 so far:

    Case Western Reserve University  Mon October 12, 2020  10:00AM

    Fordham University  Mon October 12, 2020  10:30AM

    St Olaf College  Mon October 12, 2020  11:00AM

    Swiss Education Group  Mon October 12, 2020  12:30PM

    Bellevue College  Mon October 12, 2020  1:30PM

    Muhlenberg College  Tue October 13, 2020  9:30AM

    Seattle University  Tue October 13, 2020  10:00AM

    University of Oregon  Tue October 13, 2020  10:30AM

    University of California-Santa Cruz  Tue October 13, 2020  11:00AM

    Tulane University of Louisiana  Tue October 13, 2020  12:00PM

    Northwest College of Art & Design  Tue October 13, 2020  2:00PM

    Westminster College - UT  Tue October 13, 2020  2:30PM

    The Manchester Metropolitan University  Wed October 14, 2020  9:30AM

    University of Puget Sound  Wed October 14, 2020  10:00AM

    Franklin W Olin College of Engineering  Wed October 14, 2020  10:30AM

    University of Toronto  Wed October 14, 2020  12:00PM

    Cornish College of the Arts  Wed October 14, 2020  1:00PM

    Loyola University New Orleans  Thu October 15, 2020  9:30AM

    Saint Martin's University  Thu October 15, 2020  10:00AM

    Lewis & Clark College  Thu October 15, 2020  10:30AM

    Portland State University  Thu October 15, 2020  1:30PM

    University of Washington, Seattle  Thu October 15, 2020  3:00PM

    Linfield College  Fri October 16, 2020  9:30AM

    Landmark College  Fri October 16, 2020  10:00AM

    Bushnell University  Fri October 16, 2020  11:00AM

    Interested in applying to Central Washington University? Have a 2.5 GPA or above? If yes, then you may wish to consider taking advantage of their On the Spot (OTS) Admissions Appointments. Because of its popularity when they offered this earlier, they have now added more dates for students to do this:  

    • October: Monday, October 19 – Friday, October 23

      o Sign-up Opens October 5th

    • November: Monday, November 16 – Friday, November 20

      o Sign-up Opens November 2nd

    • December: Monday, December 7 – Friday, December 11

    o Sign-up Opens November 23rd

    The eligibility requirements will be the same as before, and the sign-up process has not changed either. Students can read about the eligibility requirements, and sign-up, here!   On the day of your appointment, you will need to have the following ready:

    • Access to a laptop with a working camera and microphone

    • Credit Card for $60 application fee or fee waiver from High School Counselor

    • Unofficial High School Transcript

    • Completed personal statement if below a cumulative 3.0 GPA

    • Current class schedule

    • High School Counselor name and contact information

    Interested in applying to University of Washington? Do you have the following background: American Indian/Alaska Native, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Southeast Asian, first generation, low income, and/or foster care youth? If so, you may wish to attend some of the opportunities virtually offered by the UW Office of Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment (MOR). They will be hosting their annual iDUB Conferences, Coalition Webinars, Community Sessions, and much more. iDUB will host conferences on Oct 9, 1-4PM, Oct 17, 10AM-1PM and Oct 23, 1-4PM. iDub will also offer application workshops on Oct 30, Nov 6 and Nov 13 from 3-5:30PM.

    For full details and registration information for all their virtual events, please visit their website. The UW Freshmen Application deadline is November 15, 2020


    Learn more about Western Aerospace Scholars (WAS), a program through the Museum of Flight,
    Boeing Academy for STEM Learning.  Join WAS HQ for a virtual open house to learn what the 2020-21 program will include. The program director will give you insight about content and answer your questions. Please RSVP if you wish attend one of the events. RSVP Today!

    Open House Schedule:

    Saturday, October 17, 2020, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm PST

    Sunday, October 18, 2020, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm PST 

    Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm PST 

    Friday, October 23, 2020, 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm PST

    University of Idaho is offering a virtual High School Design Day! During High School Design Day, students get the experience of emerging designers at the University of Idaho. This one-day virtual event is free and includes hands-on design workshops, taught by expert faculty in the following fields:

    • Architecture
    • Art & Design
    • Interior Architecture & Design
    • Landscape Architecture
    • Virtual Technology & Design

    The Virtual High School Design Day takes place from 9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Pacific time (from 10:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Mountain time) Saturday, Nov. 7, with a 90-minute lunch break. Space is limited to the first 100 students. Questions? Email