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Hawkeye's parent newsletter, the Hawkeye Connection, is sent monthly to parents of current and prospective Hawkeye students.
The newsletter provides valuable information about campus happenings, services, dates at Hawkeye, financial aid, and much more.
Choosing a college can be one of the most difficult decisions a student will have to make. Be supportive and help your student set goals and plan for the future.
Encourage your student to meet with his or her school counselor about college options.
Encourage your student to meet with a Hawkeye Admissions Representative at his or her high school.
Visit the colleges and universities that interest your student. Visit Hawkeye at an Experience Hawkeye Visit Day or schedule an individual visit.
Find a place to call their own. Check out housing options.
Categorize each school’s information in a file folder to aid your student in making his or her college decision.
Agree on a budget for who’s going to cover the expenses.
Attend high school financial aid night, if available. If your high school does not offer one, contact the Financial Aid office for more information.
Apply for financial aid and scholarships.
Your student can complete the admissions application online.
Encourage your student to register for the ACT test or an ACCUPLACER assessment.
Request to have your student's final high school transcript sent to Hawkeye.
If your student took college-level courses during high school, your student will need to have his or her previous colleges send an official college transcript to receive possible college credit.
Once accepted, students can login to their My Hawkeye account. My Hawkeye is Hawkeye's student portal. It is also where your student will access their Hawkeye email.
Remind your student to sign up for a Mandatory Orientation and Registration Experience (MORE). Students will receive information about MORE, including how to sign up for a session, in their Hawkeye student email.
Finalize financial aid, if needed.
Help your student finalize housing.
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