How many letters of recommendation do you require? Three to six current letters are suggested. Applicants are advised to obtain letters of recommendation from individuals (e.g., attending MD, PI, Director, etc.) involved with their major activities.
The only thing we ask of our applicants is to opt-in to the waitlist by the deadline indicated in the waitlist offer communication. Applicants are not advised to submit any letters of recommendation, writing samples, or additional information.
University Honor applicants require a Letter of Recommendation from a teacher or professor who can speak to their promise or potential in their chosen field as part of their application.
Three short essays (250-500 words each) Contact information of two (2) faculty members who will provide recommendation letters. The two (2) faculty members providing letters for you must upload their letters themselves. Financial aid awards are dependent on filing a FAFSA form prior to each academic year.
One letter of recommendation from teacher or counselor; Continuing/Current college students: 3.2 transferable GPA; Minimum 12 semester units of transferable college coursework completed; Written Essay; One letter of recommendation from an LACC faculty member, or former instructor; Special Admits:
as some out of state public colleges, require letters of recommendation. Please check with your individual colleges. COLLEGE APPLICANTS LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION (Does not apply to CSUs and UCs) Please return this packet, completely filled out, to your counselor.
The recommendation letters that you ask your teachers and your guidance counselor to write can play a key role in your college application. Ideally, you have a few favorite teachers -- teachers who not only know the quality of your work and academic acumen, but also can talk about some of your personal qualities.
At CSU, reference letters are not required to join any chapter through the formal recruitment process. If a potential member knows sorority member interested in writing a letter, they will be accepted, but a large majority of women participating in the formal recruitment process do so without any letters of reference submitted.