It's time to apply to colleges/universities/technical schools. As a general rule, you need to apply before Halloween to be considered for their scholarships. If you receive free/reduced lunch, you qualify for an application fee waiver. See one of the counselors in Student Services to request fee waivers and assistance with applications. See Mrs. Frohriep to send your transcript to schools where you have submitted applications.
Allows you to view transfer course equivalencies between many Michigan colleges and universities.
- Allows you to see student reviews of professors from many colleges/universities which can be helpful when selecting college classes/teachers.
- Here's a cool new tool! You can see the sticker price of a school vs. the estimated cost based on family income. The site also shows demographics, graduation rates, retention rates, etc.
Below is a list of additional resources. Sometimes the website creators contact us to post their information on our website. While we check to make sure they have free resources, we do not thoroughly investigate each site. Please feel free to give Student Services your feedback; if you find one that asks you to pay or seems unhelpful, let us know so we can update our listings. Thanks for your help!
They provide a tool that can help you search for college costs, build a plan to reach a specific savings goal, or figure out how to pay for college with savings, scholarships, grants and loans.
Registration is free.
A website that gathers information on American schools, including career-oriented trade and technical schools.
It’s a free site to use, but one part does ask you to create an account with your information.
Prospective students can search the database for schools by state, degree, and subject.
They offer a free matching service where prospective students can fill out some basic information about themselves and what they are interested in. The matching engine will take that information and return with a list of schools that match their needs.