College and Career Center
Attention Class of 2021: If you need help with the RJUHSD Local Scholarship Program, please join us on Friday, February 12th for a Special Scholarship Q&A Session! Register HERE
Kaiser Permanente has just announced the opening of the KP Launch Program application period. The KP Launch Summer 2021 High School Application period is now open through February 22, 2021 at 6pm. Students may apply at https://kplaunch.kaiserpermanente.org/apply-now/. This application is open to students who are currently in High School or a recent graduate of High School within one academic year (since May 2020). They will contact you by way of email if you have been selected to participate in the interview process.VIP Announcement: ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT THEIR FAFSA OR CADAA BEFORE MARCH 2nd TO BE CONSIDERED FOR FREE TUITION!Due to a reduction in state funding, Two Years Free will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis until funds run out and eligibility requirements are subject to change to adhere to the reduced budget.Click HERE for more information!__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________CSU CAMPUSES EXTEND APPLICATION DEADLINESMany California State University campuses have extended their application window past December 15th. There are still several CSU options available for Fall 2021.Sonoma State University has extended the Fall 2021 application deadline to March 10, 2021. All students that are interested in attending SSU are encouraged to apply. Students can complete their applications by visiting Cal State Apply. Students who need help with their applications are invited to attend weekly application support sessions Tuesday-Thursday.
- East Bay - March 2, 2021
- Humboldt – February 28, 2021
- Pomona –
- Hospitality Management for freshman and transfers until March 1st and
- Early Childhood Studies for transfers only until January 31st
- San Bernardino - February 1, 2021
- San Francisco - non-impacted programs until January 31, 2021
- San Marcos – January 31, 2021
- Sonoma- March 10, 2021
- Stanislaus – February 1, 2021
In keeping with previous efforts to provide current and prospective students and families with information, clarity and time to plan, the California State University (CSU) has announced that it is planning for an anticipated return to delivering courses primarily in-person starting with the fall 2021 term.
Application fee waivers are still available for students who qualify. Fee waivers are available to applicants pursuing their first bachelor’s degree and consider CA their permanent home. In addition, to income information there are several fields used to determine fee waiver eligibility. To view the eligibility criteria, mistakes to avoid and the detailed Application Fee Waiver Checklist please visit: https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/paying-for-college/Pages/fee-waiver.aspx. Applicants who qualify are be able to apply for up to four campuses without paying any application fees.
Application fee waiver appeals are also still available. If a student’s family has experienced a significant change in income between 2019 income, reported on their application, and 2020 they may qualify for an application fee waiver appeal. Fee waiver appeals are handled by the individual CSU campuses. The student would need to contact each campus(es) they are interested in applying. Contact information for campuses can be found at: https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/Pages/contact-a-campus.aspx. The fee waiver appeal form is available on the Application Fee Waiver site.
The California Student Aid Commission is excited to announce our first Statewide Cash for College Webinars! The webinars will provide information to help students and
families complete the FAFSA/CDAA. The webinars are FREE and open to all students and families applying for financial aid. We will have volunteers answering questions throughout the session via chat box (general questions only) and one-on-one assistance on the Cash for College Hotline after the webinar. Register HERE
Do you have a job? If so, please read the following important information! Next grade check is February 5, 2021!
Work Permit Requirements: In order to obtain a work permit, students need to have a minimum 2.0 GPA and no more than one failing grade and also be in good standing with attendance. Work permits are subject to revocation if students do not maintain a 2.0 and who are not engaged in their classes.
ALL completed work permit applications can be dropped off at Roseville High School front office, no appointment necessary. Work Permits will be ready for pick up the following school day by appointment only. To make an appointment click HERE Please bring a pen for signing and remember to wear a mask.
Please note: Parents are not allowed to pick up the work permit for their student as the student needs to sign the work permit once it is issued.
Work Permit applications must be filled out completely and have all required signatures. Incomplete work permits applications will not be processed.
Work Permit Applications* Here
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
Mrs. Jacquie Seider
Office Hours: 7:00am-3:30pm*
*Mrs. Seider occasionally takes time away from her desk, going to meetings and visiting college campuses.
The best way to contact her is through email.
Hours: 7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Location: Aministration Building Admin 4
Contact: Jacquie Seider
Phone: (916) 782-3753 ext. 3080
The college and career center offers:
SAT & ACT InformationRegister for SAT: http://sat.collegeboard.orgRegister for ACT: www.actstudent.org Roseville High School CEEB Code: 052690College Information & CatalogsScholarship & Financial Aid InformationWork Permit Request FormsMilitary InformationJob Opportunities: Local employers list available jobs with the College & Career Center
The College & Career Center invites numerous guest speakers to the RHS campus throughout the year, including:
• Representatives from University of California campuses.
• Representatives from CSU campuses.
• Representatives from community colleges.
• Representatives from private colleges and universities from across the nation.
• Representatives from vocational and technical schools such as FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising), and UTI
• Representatives from all branches of the United States armed forces.
• Representatives from ROTC programs for Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marines.