FAFSA Website: fafsa.ed.gov/
or click here
Counseling Resources-High School
In addition, students should consult with his/her school counselor so he/she can help sort out the required courses needed for the university as well as receive help with SAT & Achievement Test applications, financial aid (FAFSA) application, scholarships, and other important academic requirements.
Note: Check with your school counselor or college representative for any questions.
Financial Aid (FAFSA) Orientations
- Check with your local college & school counselor for orientations & dates
There are many things a student can do before heading off to college or university. The link below is a check-off list to help students organize and prepare for college/university. Form is downloadable.
Admissions Application Filing Dates
- Fall 2020: Apply August to November
Note: Deadlines vary with universities. Check with university or counselor for deadlines.
Student should also be aware of the university fairs offered either at their high school or local community college(s). Fairs are normally set-up by the career center and students will find many universities who are recruiting students as well as pamphlets and information about the university.