Last year, Ms.Gordon (ME) hosted Romulus High School’s 1st Annual Decision Day Celebration. Decision Day is recognized on May 1st as the date by which seniors have to “decide” which college they will attend after high school graduation (this also accompanies an monetary Enrollment Deposit that will hold the student’s spot). I am VERY pleased with how the below PSA’s turned out in partnership with Romulus Community School District, KnowHowToGo, MCAN, MSU College Advising Corps, Detroit Public Television, College Advising Corps, ItsMiLife, and all college admission reps that contributed to making this event AWESOME!
Decision Day is meant to celebrate ALL post-secondary options which includes but is not limited to College/University (2/4 year), Career & Technical Training, Military, and other programs that promote post-secondary education. Check out me and my kids in the below PSA’s!
Eagles Prevail, Invest,Empower, and Achieve…so let’s make it a great day!
Here is a up-to-date ACT Testing Dates. Please keep in mind that you only can receive 2 fee waivers if you qualify. If you are not sure if you quality please see your counselor or see below.
||(Late Fee Required)
|September 21, 2013
||August 23, 2013
||August 24–September 6, 2013
|October 26, 2013
||September 27, 2013
||September 28–October 11, 2013
|December 14, 2013
||November 8, 2013
||November 9–25, 2013
|February 8, 2014*
||January 10, 2014
||January 11–24, 2014
|April 12, 2014
||March 7, 2014
||March 8–21, 2014
|June 14, 2014
||May 9, 2014
||May 10–23, 2014
Am I eligible for a fee waiver?
If you can’t afford the registration fee for the ACT (No Writing) or ACT Plus Writing, you may be eligible for an ACT Fee Waiver. Information about the eligibility requirements and how to request a fee waiver is sent each summer to high schools.
You must meet all of the following requirements:
- Currently enrolled in high school in the 11th or 12th grade.
- Either a United States citizen or testing in the U. S., U.S. territories, or Puerto Rico.
- Meet one or more indicators of economic need listed on the ACT Fee Waiver form.
If you are eligible, you may use a maximum of two separate fee waivers total. The waiver is used once you register, even if you do not test on the requested test date.
IMPORTANT: To take full advantage of the waiver, you must follow through and test on your registered test date.
Fee waivers cover only the basic registration fee for your test option, including up to four college choices (if you provide valid codes when you register). Waivers do not cover the late registration fee, test date or test center changes, standby fee, or any other services.
You cannot request a fee waiver directly from ACT; you must contact your high school counselor. If you receive an ACT Fee Waiver Form, follow the “Student Directions” on it for your registration method (or if requesting Special Testing).
Note: If you register online, and register during the late period or request any additional services, you must enter a credit card to pay those fees before submitting your registration.