imageAdmissions assistance | Application fee waiver | Early class registration!

College Goal Cascadia is a program designed to support high school seniors, or first time college students through the entire Cascadia admissions process -- from financial aid application to class registration. It is a three-part series, kicking off with a session devoted to providing free help in completing the FAFSA or WASFA.  

2019 Dates: TBD

Registration opens November 2018.

 

Eligibility for College Goal Cascadia & 2019 Registration Form

Must attend all three Saturdays

College Goal Cascadia is set up to help high school seniors through the entire Cascadia admissions process. If you miss the first or second series, you will not be able to complete the final series which includes registration. Not all sessions will run the full three hours. 

Limited Availability

Sign up is only required if you are attending the three-part series. If you would just like to attend the financial aid session, drop-in will be available.

 

The application below must be filled out successfully, and you should receive a confirmation email within two business days with details about the event. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact outreach@cascadia.edu

 

To sign up you must:

  • be a senior in high school, or be entering your first year of college for the 2019-2020 school year
  • attend all three sessions
  • have an interest in attending Cascadia College

 

College Goal Cascadia 2019 Registration CLOSED

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Part 1: Financial Aid & Scholarships

Kick off for College Goal Cascadia | TBD - Please refer back in Sept/Nov 2018

This is the kick off event for the three part series. Students will get an overview of FAFSA, WAFSA, scholarship opportunities, and an essay writing workshop. Then, students will fill out the financial aid application that applies best. 

 

What you will need:

  • Your driver's license or state ID.
  • Your income information. This includes bank statements, a W-2 or pay stub, and a past tax return.
  • Your parent, if you are 24 or younger.
  • Your parents' financial information. Parents should bring a copy of their previous year's (2016) tax return.
  • Additional financial information such as child support statements, TANF or welfare information, real estate, investments, family business or farm info.

FAFSA FILERS MUST ALSO BRING:

  • Your Social Security Card or green card.
  • One parent's Social Security Number (if they have one).

Community drop in session | TBD - Please refer back in Sept/Nov 2018

 

We will host two drop-in sessions for the 2018-19 financial aid season. Drop-in sessions are open to anyone (senior in high school or current college student) who would like assistance with the FAFSA or WAFSA application. You do not need to sign up to attend the drop-in session.

What you will need:

  • Your driver's license or state ID.
  • Your income information. This includes bank statements, a W-2 or pay stub, and a past tax return.
  • Your parent, if you are 24 or younger.
  • Your parents' financial information. Parents should bring a copy of their previous year's tax return.
  • Additional financial information such as child support statements, TANF or welfare information, real estate, investments, family business or farm info.

FAFSA FILERS MUST ALSO BRING:

  • Your Social Security Card or green card.
  • One parent's Social Security Number (if they have one).
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Part 2: Admissions, Placement, Career Exploration

Application for Admissions | TBD - Please refer back in Sept/Nov 2018

As a participant in this series, the $30 application fee is waived.

You will complete your admissions application prior to attending this session.

 

Placement

We will help determine your placement needs.

What you will need to bring:
  • Your driver's license or state ID.
  • Unofficial transcripts of any college credit courses you've received.
  • Smarter Balanced results.
  • Unofficial high school transcripts.

Career Exploration

New to College Goal Cascadia 2018!

You will participate in a mini workshop to help identify some possible career options, and course direction. 

 

What you will need to bring:

  • An open mind.
  • A positive attitude! 
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Part 3: CORE & Sample Classes

Cascadia Orientation & Registration Experience (CORE) | TBD - Please refer back in Sept/Nov 2018

Cascadia staff will walk you through the registration process, and help you register for your first quarter of classes.

What you will need to bring:

  • Placement information
  • Student ID number

Sample Class Options

Get a taste of what a college class has to offer and meet some of our faculty.

Classes TBD
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