CES Forms & Publications

 At least three documents are needed EACH YEAR in order to calculate a student’s CES eligibility. The  deadline   for receipt of all documents is  JULY  15  or TWO weeks prior to your bill being due  (whichever is earlier): 

  • Release Form–  mailed to students in April and is the form our office uses to calculate your CES eligibility each year. Students complete the top half (Section 1) and forward to their Financial Aid Office for completion of the bottom half (Section 2). In order for your college to be able to fill in their section, you will have to complete the financial aid process (FAFSA and other forms) in a timely manner.
  • Student Data Sheet– mailed to students in April and serves three purposes: (1) update demographic information, (2) update academic information and (3) update privacy release needed to enable our office to talk to others about your CES.
  • Academic Transcript – students are responsible for having their school submit a transcript or grade report  to our office at the end of each term/semester. Transcripts and printouts from online grading systems will NOT be accepted unless the CES Office prints these documents directly from the student’s online account. 

For third year students or higher living off-campus, a signed copy of the  lease  is needed in order to document your off-campus address, confirm that you have your own apartment, and to enable our office to determine the cost of living off-campus versus on-campus. Some other common forms available online or through our office are:

Other forms, letters, or grade reports may also be needed on a case-by-case basis.

Submit All Documents To:
Milton Hershey School
Transition Services
P.O. Box 830
Hershey, PA 17033
Fax: (717) 520-2033

CES Guidebook:

You are required to read the latest version of the   CES Guidebook. This comprehensive booklet contains the rules and procedures governing the Continuing Education Scholarship.  You are responsible for   READING IT every year  so that you understand the parameters governing the CES and what is required of you   to maintain your CES eligibility!  If you are unable to read it online, contact our office to request a paper copy be mailed to you.

Click here to see the 2016-17 guidebook.

Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookEmail this to someone