College and Career

“Keep in mind that the journey is as important as the destination and nowhere is that notion more appropriately applied than to the college process.”

 2% of the of the world’s citizens have the opportunity to attend and graduate from college. We are so fortunate.

 

“The quality of a university is measured more by the kind of student it turns out than the kind it admits.”


"You may feel as if everything depends on which colleges admit you, or whether a certain one does. After years of experience, however, here is what I know, virtually to the point of certainty: 

almost nothing depends on exactly which strong college admits you. Everything depends on what you decide to do once you get to a strong college,

 and how well prepared you are to take advantage of the infinite opportunities you will find there." 
~ Jeffrey Brenzel, Former Yale Dean of Admissions


Options after high school
online options: Most affordable online degree options

Helpful Links and Resources:
High School Counselor Week
College Express
College Match - Self Survey
National Association of College Admissions
The College Admissions Process  

College Navigator:

http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/

A resource of the US Department of Education. College Navigator gathers admission, retention, graduation, and financial aid data for every college in the country.

Know How 2 Go:

http://www.knowhow2go.org/

A public service initiative that helps middle and high school students prepare, apply, and pay for college. Sponsored by The American Council on Education, the Lumina Foundation, and the Ad Council.

You Can Go:

http://youcango.collegeboard.org/

A College Board project connecting students with success stories about preparing, applying, and paying for college.






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