College & Career
SAVE THE DATE!
Thursday, October 25 ~ Financial Aid Night 6:00 - 7:00pm
Thursday, November 8 ~ Armed Services Vocational Battery (ASVAB) 7:30 - 10:33am
Wednesday, November 14 ~ Cash for College Workshop 4:00 -7:00pm
Wednesday, January 16 ~ Cash for College Workshop 4:00 - 7:00pm
Tuesday, February 12 ~ Armed Services Vocational Batter (ASVAB) 7:30 - 10:33am
Wednesday, May 15 ~ Senior Awards Night 6:30 - 8:00pm
SCREEN WIRITING & FILM MAKING CAMPS
The Department of Film Studies at The University of Tulsa offers residential screenwriting and filmmaking camps for high school students. They will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the art and craft of screenwriting and filmmaking for one exciting week each. The camps may be taken separately or together.
SCREEN WRITING CAMP
July 8-14, 2018 – Screenwriting Camp Application
The Screenwriting Camp with Professor Michael Wright provides an intensive exploration of the craft of screenwriting along with stimulating group activities and film screenings. Students will create their own short screenplays that will be read for family and friends in a script festival on the last day.
FILM MAKING CAMP
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July 14-21, 2018 – Filmmaking Camp Application
The Filmmaking Camp with videographer Erin McHenry provides students with the opportunity to fully plunge into every aspect of creating short films, along with evening screenings and exciting group activities. The camp will culminate in a film festival of the students’ work, screened for family and friends. Cameron Buckley (BA ’14) will serve as an additional instructor.
Days are spent in a workshop setting, with planned evening activities arranged for recreation and further exploration of film. Participants must stay on campus in a supervised residence hall during the camp; rooms are shared (males and females are housed on separate floors). Each camp has a full-time, qualified student assistant staying with the students in the residence.
NOTE: Deadline for both camps: June 26
Please pass along this opportunity to students who are considering a degree in filmmaking, screenwriting or creative writing.
For more information, visit our website.
SAT TEST DAY:
What you need to know...
- Admission Ticket (sign in to print ticket)
- Acceptable Photo ID
- Two No. 2 pencils
- An approved calculator
- A watch without an audible alarm
- A drink and/or snack for the break
Do Not Bring
- Tablets, computers, cameras, or most other electronic devices
- Highlighters, pens, colored pencils
- Books or papers
Be sure to review our phone and electronic device policy.
Get the test day checklist for more details.
- They should arrive at the test center by 7:45 a.m.
- The SAT with Essay ends between 12:50 and 1:20 p.m.
- The SAT without Essay ends between noon and 12:30 p.m.
- SAT Subject Tests end around 9:45 a.m., 11:15 a.m., or 12:30 p.m. depending on whether they are taking one, two, or three tests.
Canceling or Changing Test Date
If they are sick or unable to attend the SAT this Saturday, they should contact Customer Service to discuss their options.
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Children Centered Careers and Occupational Opportunities
The Children-Centered Careers and Occupational Opportunities (C3O2) Academy offers an introduction to careers working with children of all ages. Students will study human development from birth through adolescence and will have many opportunities to work with children of all ages. Hands-on learning is a very important component of the Academy experience!
Please click on any of the links below to learn more about our program.