You MUST fill out your FAFSA every semester you are in college to be eligible for financial aid, including scholarships, grants, and loans.
Overall website to get you started as you begin to prepare for college.
Allows you to “generate reports” on the tuition and costs of various universities.
Job-related information and resources that are useful for all high school seniors--those you want to go to college and those who plan to join the workforce after graduation.
Profiles that cover hundreds of occupations and employment projects for 2010-2020.
Spanish language videos for more than 300 careers, organized into sixteen “career clusters.”
Explore various career paths in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and National Guard.
Job research tool.
CHOOSING & APPLYING TO COLLEGE
One of the most extensive and comprehensive sites for researching various colleges and universities.
Interactive map that allows you to learn about, and explore, various majors.
White House site providing“scorecards” for colleges based on factors such as programs or majors offered, awards, type, cost, location, and enrollment size.
Tools to keep track of your high school courses and credits to ensure you have what you need to graduate; organize test scores, awards and honors; research schools to find the best fit for you; manage and track your applications online; research and apply for financial aid; and plan for your career.
Provides checklists, financial aid info, transferring tips, Texas core curriculum, planning tool, comparing and deciding on where you want to apply, degree programs.
A “one-stop shop” for applying to college in Texas - one application can be used for all public universities and community colleges in Texas.
Information on state-wide initiative to help current and future Texas students prepare for college and careers.