- Going to a College Fair:Take a look at this guide for tips on how to make the most of a college fair, what questions to ask of college representatives, and how to make the best use of your time.
College Night 2017
- Easy Registration for College Info: Instead of waiting in line and filling out a postcard with all of your personal information at each both, register online and bring your student barcode with you. College reps will scan your barcode to instantly receive your contact information in order to send you more information about their school.
- Participating Organizations: More may still be added prior to the event, though this is who is coming thus far.
College Transitioning : A guide developed by the Michigan Rehabilitation Services to provide resources and information to perspective college students with disabilities. This guide is intended to explain the transition process by :
- Giving an overview of postsecondary support service
- Familiarizing the reader with the procedures for requesting and receiving services
- Identifying the appropriate documentation to qualify
- Almost all of the information you would ever want to know about a specific college can be found by visiting that school's website. Find information on admission requirements, scholarships, financial aid, and much more. Each college will have their own online application located on their website. To find a school's website, simply Google the name of the college.
- For more information about a particular college, see your counselor or Mrs. Granroth in the Carreer Center.
N.C.A.A. Eligibility Center : Are you a college-bound student who wants to play sports at a Division I or II school? You must register with the N.C.A.A. Eligibility Center in order to play sports next fall for a Division I or II school.
- N.C.A.A. Guide for College-Bound Athletes 2017-2018: Here is a guide on how to make sure your student-athlete is eligible to play in college.
- N.C.A.A. Eligibility Quick Reference Guide : Here is a snapshot of N.C.A.A. requirements to be eligible to play a sport your freshman year in college.
Career Resource Center