For the past four years, Catholic University
has worked with hundreds of Tucson area community members, including students, parents, teachers, principals, and business leaders to develop an innovative 4-year business degree. This BA in Management is affordable, giving students up to four semesters of internships and connecting students to gig work and CEO lectures as early as the first year. It is co-located on the PCC downtown campus and the Diocese of Tucson Pastoral Center with a hybrid program that only requires class 2-3 days per week. Catholic U –Tucson’s hybrid learning model combines online lectures with in-person discussions, maintains a small class size (never larger than 25) and allows students to learn directly from faculty in DC and instructors on the ground in Tucson. Interested families can join in a Zoom information session
7:00-7:45 p.m. on April 6, 20, May 4, 18 or June 1, 15. You can see a five minute video about the program at Catholic University - Tucson
and even hear about Salpointe graduate Braulio Quintero’s experiences at Salpointe HS Alumni Braulio
. Contact admissions coordinator Kieran Roche at email@example.com
Seniors: We wish you luck as your next round of college decisions
arrive! We are anxious to hear your news. Please remember to upload a copy of acceptances, denials, wait lists, and academic scholarships to firstname.lastname@example.org
so that we can track your decisions. Thank you!
Have you considered taking an organized Gap Year
after high school graduation? Here are a few resources to learn more about it: Gap Year Overview
Curious about the future? Wondering what sorts of things you might study after high school? Check out this list of college majors that may be new to you. What Can I Study in College?
The deadline to apply for the Pima College Foundation Scholarships is April 18. You must first apply to Pima College and be accepted. Some scholarships also require you to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is available at www.fafsa.gov
. Details at: PCC Scholarships
Seniors planning to study engineering or computer science can now apply for the Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship Program
, which awards $10,000 to 200 recipients, renewable for four years, along with summer internships with Lockheed Martin. Students will be selected based on academic record, financial need, leadership and participation in school and community activities, work experience, a statement of career and educational goals, unusual personal or family circumstances. Preference given to those under-represented in the field of engineering as described in the application. The deadline to apply is next week -- April 1.
Sophomores, Juniors, and parents: Join us for our final Tuesday of College Counseling Chat
. Topics for March 30 at 2:30 p.m. are the common application and competitive college admissions. Counselors will take briefly about the subjects below, and then open up for informal questions on anything regarding college counseling. We are here to move you along in your college exploration process. Meeting links at: College Counseling Chats
Juniors, please set up an appointment with one of our college counselors by April 30. We would like to talk about your plans after Salpointe and guide you through the college process. There are still a few slots open. Use this link: Counselor Appointment Request.
Sophomores and Juniors: Now is the time for you to explore college options
. There are many virtual college fairs happening in the next few months. These give you the change to hear about different colleges around the country and even abroad. You'll need to register in advance to get the link. We recommend you set the goal of learning about 10 new colleges before May 1st! Here is a list of some of the upcoming fairs, even this week. Virtual College Fairs Spring 2021
. Here’s a list of virtual college links from more than 180 colleges. Virtual College Events
Sophomores and Juniors: Are you looking for a virtual summer experience with one of the nation’s top universities? Carnegie Mellon University (PA)
is a highly regarded institution offering a range of virtual summer programs for current sophomores and juniors. Some have a fee and others are free. Topics include: computer science, artificial intelligence, architecture, studio art, computational biology, design, the National High School Game Academy, and a unique writing and culture program that intersects humanities, arts and technology. Details at: CMU pre-college programs
The Perry Virtual Experience invites high school females to participate in a free, 3 hour interactive workshop to learn about careers in orthopaedic surgery and engineering. Sessions will be April 10 or 20, 2021. Participants will hear from women leaders in these fields and dive into online orthopaedic simulations and biomechanics experiments. Details at: Perry Virtual Experience