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College Resources

Let's talk about college! 

Many students don't consider the idea of going to college because of the enormous cost. Luckily, there are many resources available to help you pay for college. Here we will give you resources and strategies to alleviate financial stress and a comprehensive list of scholarship opportunities.

Naviance

Individual Career and Academic Plan: Naviance is a comprehensive college and career readiness website that helps students align strengths and interests to post secondary goals, improves student outcomes and helps to connect learning to life. Naviance enables each student to have a truly personalized action plan of specific tasks necessary to achieve their goals.

Transcripts and Letters of Recommendation: Naviance also supports increased collaboration and transparency between school counselors and their students. Students are able to request school transcripts to send to colleges/universities. It also enables students to request letters of recommendation from staff and teachers. 

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Applying to College

FAFSA

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The FAFSA Process

FAFSA provides more than $120 billion in grants, loans, and work-study funds each year to help pay for college or career school. To apply for this aid, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Also, state governments and many colleges and career schools use your FAFSA information to award you their aid. 

Did you know? 

Some schools won't consider you for merit scholarships (scholarships based on academic achievement or other talents or skills) until you've submitted a FAFSA, so complete one even if you think you won't qualify for federal aid. 

Relax!

The FAFSA is designed to be simple to fill out. Tips throughout the application help you understand the questions. Most people finish filling out the FAFSA in less than half an hour!