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College Board's IDOC Service

Domestic Aid Applicants:  Income documentation, such as 2013 federal tax returns and W-2 forms, should be mailed to the College Board’s IDOC Service by April 15, 2014.  After you complete the CSS PROFILE, instructions will be provided both in an email and on the PROFILE Acknowledgement screen.  A link is provided to a required Cover Sheet.  This Cover Sheet must be included with the documents submitted to the College Board.  Please complete it carefully.  Wait until you have all required documents and submit them together in one pac

Current Students

It’s time to begin the financial aid application process for the 2014-15 academic year.  The process to apply for financial aid has changed.  Click Apply for Aid for more detailed instructions.  To review required documents, including those you may have already submitted, click the “Required Documents” link on the “Services” tab of Pioneer Web.

Antonio Harrison ’05 Speaking at Pasadena Quarterbacks Luncheon

The 2014 BCS Championship may be the last of its kind, before it changes into a new format in the following years.

Tournament of Roses Executive Director William Flinn will talk about this and other information regarding the 2014 Vizio BCS National Championship game during the Pasadena Quarterbacks luncheon on Friday, November 1 at 11:30 a.m.

“The reality is we are doing the last BCS National Championship Game in its current format, and in 2015 it’s all going to change,” Flinn said.

Person Mentioned:
 Antonio Harrison ‘05

Daniel Ryerson ’15 Honors Sirko’s Passion for Football

A football epiphany overwhelmed Daniel Ryerson the first time he heard his new coach’s simple explanation of teamwork.

“He would say, ‘Look to the left; those are your brothers. Look to the right, those are your brothers,’” Ryerson said, recounting the team-first, one-heartbeat family philosophy of Aspen High School football coach Mike Sirko.

Media Source:
 Online

David Ternes ’15 named MWC Player of the Week

Grinnell College linebacker David Ternes ’15 of Oakley, Calif. (Freedom) has been named the Midwest Conference Football Defensive Performer of the Week.

Ternes, the MWC leader in tackles, had a game-high 16 tackles in the Pioneers’ victory over Lawrence University. But more importantly, he had a pair of tackles on fourth down when the hosts had driven to the 1- and 2-yard lines to stop drives.

Ternes, an All-Region and All-MWC selection last season, leads the league with 108 tackles.

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