If a student fails to repay a student loan on time, the student is in ____________.
The acronym for the amount of money a student and his/her family are expected to pay toward college expenses as determined by the FAFSA, also known as the Expected Family Contribution.
One of the standardized tests that students generally take junior year of high school that is used by colleges to evaluate an applicant’s academic skills and abilities.
The type of loan where the U.S. Department of Education does NOT pay the interest while you are in college.
The type of loan where the U.S. Department of Education pays the interest while you are in college.
The name of Federal low-interest loans for eligible students to help cover the cost of college or career school (HINT: it starts with the letter "s").
Federal loans that parents of undergraduate students can sometimes use to help pay for their child's college or career school.
Your primary area of study chosen for college.
The name of the campus office that makes the decision about your acceptance to their school.
An area of interest studied at the same time as a major; however, fewer courses are required.
Federal grant program providing need-based grants to low-income students.
Type of college degree given if you complete four years of full-time study.
Type of college degree earned if you complete two years of full-time study.
The acronym for the application that you will fill out your senior year to apply for financial aid.
The person at a college who helps students decide what classes to take, what major to pursue, and that makes sure student have fulfilled all graduation requirements.
The acronym for the report that a student receives after their FAFSA is processed. It is the report that is sent to your college, also known as a Student Aid Report.
The legal document a student loan borrower must sign when he/she receives a loan. This document lists the terms for repayment of the loan, including interest.
This type of college or university is NOT run by the state and is generally smaller and more expensive.
The office at a college that is in charge of your financial aid, bills, and payments (HINT: It starts with the letter “b”).
The total cost to attend college before financial aid, including tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, and other living expenses (Hint: Acronym is “COA”).
A program that allows students to take a part-time campus job as part of their financial aid package.
Colleges/universities that are ran and regulated by the state or federal government.
The general term for money you borrow from the government, a bank or another source that need to be paid back, usually over an agreed period of time.
Generally, a student that is taking more than 12 credit hours of classes is considered to be a _______ student versus part time student.
The period of time following graduation when a student is NOT expected to start paying his/her loans back yet is known as a “______ period.”
What we wish grew on trees!!
A kind of "gift aid" — financial aid that doesn’t have to be paid back and that is usually awarded based on financial need.
The name of the official document that your high school guidance counselor will send to your colleges that lists the classes that you have taken and your grades.
Your own personal space to put papers, books, coats, etc.
Your hourly map of what classes you have.
One of the best parts of the day---done during 5/6 period.
The principal of our school.
Required class for all students.
The sound of this lets you know it's time to go to another class.
Red and ___________ are our colors.
This class is the last one of the day. It helps you get prepared for the next day.
Each student gets one of these for their own personal use.
Go to this place first thing in the morning. Not allowed to go to your locker first.
This is used to carry your Chromebook and is allowed in the classroom.
In order to do well in school, you need to be here.
This keeps others from getting into your locker.
Should be turned OFF and out of sight.
This lets you know what is acceptable dress at Landon.
She is located in the main office.
Where breakfast and lunch are served.
This person will help you select your courses.
Any student not maintaining satisfactory progress toward his/her educational objectives will be placed on probation for a semester.
achieve the minimum cumulative GPA required.
people who have graduated from the institution.
completion of a program of at least two, but less than four years of college work.
A student who does not want to receive credit in a course
undergraduate degree offered by four-year colleges and universities
stock of all the books and other materials
provide all types of information
College Level Examination Program
an institution of higher education that grants degrees and certificates
a student who lives off-campus
attend two educational institutions at the same time
numbers usually containing 3 or 4 digits
a student must attend a class for one classroom hour
completion of a program of study leading to a degree or certificate.
required GPA, prerequisite and elective courses within the specified major, and/or minor areas of study.
successful completion of a prescribed program of study.
basic organizational unit in a higher education
could be several different things
procedure by which students choose classes each semester.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
What college students must pay to attend class
People who have graduated from college are now that college's ________
Highest degree you can receive in graduate school
Traditionally a four-year degree
General financial aid application
College student's focus of study
Reward for completion of a college program
On campus student living buildings
A place on campus to buy textbooks
Students on Honor Rolls receive good _______
The last exam you take in a course
A course you must take before being able to take a different course
Hands on science classes
Campus staff who can assist you in choosing your coursework and major (2words)
A person/thing that represents a college especially at sporting events
Money for college you don't have to pay back
Money borrowed for college you must repay
First -year college student
A class you can take that is not required by your major or minor
Groups you belong to outside of class, such as sporting teams, clubs and organizations.
A temporary job, usually in the field of your major
A pronoun to replace "the students of class 1B"
What type of noun is "Villa Sainte-Marcelline"?
Best teacher of secondary 1 (all in one word)
Superlative of the word "wise"
Proper noun (a student in 1B and famous avenue in NYC)
Past participle of the verb "to read"
past tense: the school bell (to ring)
Adverb: the girls were studying_____weeks.
A word that shows emotion.
I describe a noun and a pronoun.
I describe a verb.
What type of word is "inside"?
The comparative degree of the word "clever".
Plural of "library".
an organized civil rights protest led by the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, whose primary objective was to desegregate the city of Albany, Georgia, and the surrounding community.
federal legislation that forbade discrimination on the basis of race and gender in hiring, firing, and promotion.
His work and his devotion to non-violent protest earned him the Nobel Peace Prize and led to the national holiday created in his honor.
leader in the Civil Rights movement; leader of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee; U.S. Representative
the famous jobs and civil rights march led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
civil rights organization by college students that encouraged non-violent protests for integration
one of the last openly segregationist politicians in Georgia (Governor).
important civil rights leader who served as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and Mayor of Atlanta; was also instrumental in bringing the 1996 Olympic Games to Atlanta.
first African-American or Black mayor of a major southern city (Atlanta).
was created in 1957 in Montgomery, Alabama in reaction to the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Supreme Court cases that struck down the policy of separate but equal and mandated the desegregation of public schools.
investigation by lawyer John Sibley to determine what should be done about integration in the state; though 60% of Georgians claimed they would rather close the public schools than integrate, Sibley recommended that public schools desegregate on a limited basis.
controversial flag that flew over Georgia from 1956-2001. The flag was controversial due to the flag’s prominent Confederate Battle emblem.
the reassignment of legislative seats among legislative districts according to district population
The first Georgian to be elected President of the United States
Peace between Israel and Egypt which was negotiated by President Carter while at Camp David
An award given annually to the person whose work has most benefited mankind
The new home of the Atlanta Braves baseball team
It allows police officers to question suspects about their immigration status and detain them if they are illegal
two major political parties dominate the government
Federal Application for Student Aid
The cost of attendance
Financial assistance that help students and parents pay for school
The online or paper form you complete to apply to a school
Free money you may receive to pay for school
The academic rank you receive after the completion of a college program
Associate of Arts Degree
Master of Arts Degree
Bachelor of Arts Degree
Points awarded after completing or passing a class
The period of the year in which students attend school
A half of term in school
A list that shows the times within a week particular classes are offered.
The teaching staff
A type of counselor who works with students at the college level
The outline of a class
A record of students work, showing classes taken and grades earned
California State University
A student at a college or university who has not earned a Bachelors Degree yet
A student who attends college in the state they live in