Sun, Jul 16|
For Class of '24
Setting Up SRAR Lab (for Class of '24)
Sunday, July 16, 2023 from 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM CST | Featuring Ann Cinelli, M.Ed.
Date & Time
Jul 16, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM CDT
For Class of '24
About the Event
***Exclusively for Access College America scholars***
The Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR) is an online system used in place of a high school (secondary school) transcript which allows first-year applicants attending a U.S. high school to self-report all courses and grades earned from grades 9 through 12. With a variety of grading scales across the country, the SRAR allows us to automatically recalculate and weigh student GPAs to ensure equal consideration is given to each applicant’s academic profile. Some schools that use the SRAR are Texas A&M, Baylor, Clemson, NYU, LSU, UT Arlington & many Florida schools.
In this lab we show you, step-by-step, how to set up your SRAR. You will also receive advice and guidance regarding how to complete this important profile.
- High School Transcript
- This is a hands-on working lab with camera & audio on. Participation is required for all attendees.
- Plan to be in a quite location suitable for concentration and focus.
- You MUST be at a desk and in front of a computer (no phones allowed).
Lab Led By:
Ann Cinelli, M.Ed
College Consultant Associate
Access College America
Ann is a native New Yorker who attended college in Massachusetts but now resides in Texas. Through her college experience in the Northeast, she provides a rich perspective on a region of the country that is quite popular for the college bound. Ann is not only passionate about college readiness and preparing her scholars for lifelong learning, she is also equipped with a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science and focuses on the social, emotional & physical wellbeing of her scholars. Mrs. Cinelli is highly experienced in providing guidance for STEM majors, specifically computer science, BS/MD, business and application strategies for highly selective schools, many of which she has toured through college visits and counselor fly-ins.