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Getting In: Class of 2023 (with audio)

KHEAA invites you to use Getting In to help you through the admissions and financial aid processes. It’s easy to use. Delaney Daugherty of Butler County High School won the 2021 Promote Your School Scholarship, and she and other Butler County students are seen throughout the pages of this edition.

Chapter 1 provides general information and guidelines you’ll need to begin planning for education or training after high school. An audio version of Chapter 1 is available.

Chapter 2 is devoted to financial aid - money to help you pay for higher education. You’ll find helpful information on how to help finance your college education, what kind of financial aid is available and how you can qualify. You’ll also find useful tips and answers to frequently asked questions. An audio version of the first part of Chapter 2 is available.

Chapter 3 contains information on colleges, universities and trade schools. There’s a wealth of information here, so take the time to look over the different schools and see what each one has to offer.

KHEAA’s Getting In presentation is available for immediate download and use by school counselors and other college access contacts helping students navigate this popular resource publication. Please free feel to use this presentation on your own with students or to contact your regional outreach counselor to schedule the workshop.

Getting In Presentation Contents and Introduction
Chapter One — Answers to your college planning questions
  • Thinking about college?
    • College Myths
  • Planning for college
    • Testing
    • National test dates
  • Selective Service
  • Choosing the right school
  • Athletic Considerations
  • Getting admitted
  • Academic Common Market
  • Picking a major
    • Reading your transcript
    • Understanding Your Schedule
  • Transferring tips
Chapter Two Part 1 — Financial aid planning and budgeting Chapter Two Part 2 — Financial aid planning and budgeting
  • Paying for School
    • Tax Time
  • Types of Financial Aid
  • Am I Dependent or Independent
  • Knowing Where to Look
  • Avoiding Scams
  • The FAFSA
  • Other Financial Aid Applications
    • College Goal Kentucky
  • Verification
  • Financial Aid Application Process
  • Financial Aid Programs
    • Grants
    • Scholarships
    • Waivers
    • Conversion scholarships/loans
    • Loans
    • Work-Study
    • Military benefits
    • National service
    • State savings program
  • Tips About Student Loans
  • Comparing Costs
  • Sample Award Letter
  • Ask the Financial Aid Office
  • Managing Your Money
Chapter Three — What is offered in Kentucky
Nondegree-granting schools Areas of study Glossary of college and financial aid terms College planning checklists Back Cover