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To apply for admission: • Return a completed application along with a résumé and application fee. • Request that an official high school transcript be sent to the Office of Admission and Financial Aid. • Send either your ACT or SAT I test results to the Office of Admission and Financial Aid (writing sections are required for admission). • Application deadlines: Fall priority deadline is May 1; applications are accepted through August 1.
To apply for financial aid: • Complete your application for admission; we cannot offer financial aid until you have been admitted to Schreiner University. • Go to www.pin.ed.gov to apply for a personal identification number (PIN) from the U.S. Department of Education. • Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov after January 1 of your senior year in high school to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Be sure to list Schreiner University (school code 003610) as a school to receive your information. • Priority deadline for applying is April 1.
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This publication is one step in Schreiner University’s effort to reduce its carbon footprint on the planet by using paper and a print company that are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. The FSC certifies the forests that are the source for paper products in terms of their responsible management and sustainability. A sustainable forest (or any other natural resource) is one that can meet the needs of our generation without compromising those of future generations. For a print company or paper manufacturer to be FSC certified, there must be a demonstrable chain of custody from the Cert no. BV-COC-080317 forest to the company. Both our paper manufacturer, Finch Fine iD, and our printer, Ginny’s Printing, are FSC-certified. In fact, one of the forests from which Finch gets wood for paper is owned by The Nature Conservancy. In addition, the paper we use for the cover of this viewbook is made from 30 percent postconsumer recycled material and the paper we are using for the book itself also is partially recycled.