Class of 2022
Important Information & Updates for URCEO Seniors
🎓 It's Graduation Time! 🎓
In order to walk:
- Fees due must be paid; turn in iPads, Logitech Crayon (if issued one), and charger-June 8th
- All required credits are verified.
Commencement: Thursday, June 9th at 7:30 p.m.
Graduates report to the URCEO Gym at 6:30 P.M.
Looking Beyond Graduation-Apply for Financial Aid
State grant that helps cover costs at any Oregon community college (can pay for up to full tuition at Oregon Community Colleges & is renewable) GED graduates are eligible:
Oregon Promise Grant - https://oregonstudentaid.gov/oregon-promise.aspx
More than $118 million in grants and scholarships in one easy application:
Oregon’s largest state-funded, need-based grant for use at 2 and 4-year Oregon schools:
Oregon Opportunity Grant - https://oregonstudentaid.gov/oregon-opportunity-grant.aspx
Links to Oregon's 7 public universities:
Oregon Public Universities (OPU) - https://www.oregon.gov/highered/plan-pay-for-college/pages/public-universities.aspx
Snowball Donuts for Senior and Staff Breakfast
Senior Check Out
Senior Check Out Day was June 8th.
Graduates need to turn in their iPad, Logitech Crayon (if issued one), charging cord and brick to URCEO so Mrs. Sitowski can clear your account. Students with damaged or missing iPads are encouraged to report this ASAP so that appropriate fees can be applied to your account.
Baccalaureate is a non-denominational, religious graduation ceremony. All graduating seniors are invited to participate (although it is not mandatory), along with their families. Just come wearing your cap and gown, and be ready to celebrate your faith.
Baccalaureate will be held at the Eagle Point Community Bible Church on Monday, June 13th at 7:00 pm. Refreshments will be provided. There will be no mandatory practice or requirements involved. EPCBC has requested that you sign up so that they are fully prepared. Please fill out this quick form.
Are you an American Indian, Alaskan Native or Pacific Islander?
House Bill 2052 gives you the right to wear "tribal regalia or items of cultural significance at graduation... items or objects that are traditionally associated with a Native American or that have religious or cultural significance to a Native American."