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Scholarship Update for TA Seniors

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Message from the TA Counseling Office to TA Seniors

We wanted to share with you a few important updates regarding scholarships and how we will navigate this process throughout the duration of Remote TA.

First, we will announce all scholarship opportunities via email as usual, with the application attached to the email. We encourage all seniors to check email frequently.

Second, when a scholarship requires transcripts, letter(s) of recommendation or other documents normally received through the Counseling Office, we ask that you follow these steps:

1) For letter(s) of recommendation, please reach out to your teachers and ask them to write one for you; or, ask permission to use one they have already written. If a teacher gives permission to use a letter that was already written, please forward that written permission to Molly Dugan-Sullivan. Please note, we are unable to give students with letters of recommendation directly.

2) For other documents, please notify Molly Dugan-Sullivan which documents you are requesting and the best address to send them. Email is best, but we can snail mail the documents if needed.

3) Please be mindful of application deadlines. We are primarily working remotely during this campus closure. If snail mail is needed, ample notice is also needed to get the documents in the mail in a timely manner.

Please let the counseling office know if you have any questions, comments, concerns or problems with this process, we are here to help you.



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