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Call-In Resources

Local Colleges and Universities Admissions Offices:


Planning for College:

Define your own road in life – Roadtrip Nation
College Board – Planning for College
Sometimes the toughest part of planning something is just figuring out where to start. Get on track to finding an education and career track that matches your skills and preferences. Learn about all your options—and how
you can achieve them.

College is Possible (English) (Spanish)
Ten Steps to College with the Greenes

Adventures in Education (English) (Spanish)

Applying to College:

Letter of Recommendation
Writing the College Essay from the Princeton Review
Most selective colleges require you to submit an essay or personal statement.  (Pause for moaning and groaning.)
It may sound like a chore, and it will certainly take a substantial amount of work. But it’s also a unique opportunity
that can make a difference at decision time.

College Testing Schedules for High School Juniors and Seniors
Campus Visit Tips

Preparing for College:


Paying for College:

Glossary of Financial Aid Terms


Returning to College:

For Adult and Returning Students
Today, education is for everyone. The U.S. Department of Education estimates that 90 million individuals participate in some form of adult education each year, including training and basic education offered outside traditional higher education. To serve this immense market, most colleges have structured programs and services specifically for adult learners. Forty percent of American college students, or almost 6 million people, are 25 years of age or older.

Career and College Planning Resources