Official transcripts are the academic records from a high school, college or vocational training school that you have attended. Official transcripts are to be sent from the school to the appropriate CACHE organization(s). Some schools will give the official transcripts to the student in a sealed envelope and then the student needs to give them to the appropriate CACHE organization(s) still sealed. Electronic college/vocational transcripts (emailed) are accepted by most scholarship organizations.
High school official transcripts can be requested from your school counselor or school office. College and vocational training transcripts are generally requested from the Registrar’s or Admission’s Office. Most schools charge a small fee for official transcripts
A letter from the college or vocational training program indicating the degree/training program and term that you have been accepted to. If a student changes schools, a letter of acceptance into the new school is required.
A class schedule can be obtained from the Registrar's or Admission’s office or from your online school account, after class enrollment. Include a copy of the tuition bill or a copy of the on-line enrollment that includes the student name, the term, a list of classes and number of credits
The appropriate CACHE organization(s) will contact you using the information you provided on the application. It’s very important that we are informed of any changes to your contact information (i.e. phone, address, email address). Email is usually the preferred contact method
If a student changes their area of study, credit load, schools, etc. it is the students responsibility to inform the appropriate CACHE organization(s) and the organization will inform the student if the funding is jeopardized or if additional documentation will be required.