COLLEGE INTRO INFO
(click above to register on-line)
25 or Above on ACT??????
If you have a 25 composite on the ACT and are thinking about attending Peru State College, Wayne State, or Chadron State College see Mr. Goswick ASAP for scholarship info.
Online College? Is it right for you? click here
Check out this site sent to us from Ashley (Thanks Ashley) who was trying to decide if online colleges were a good fit for her??? This will help you distinguish between accredited and non-accredited on-line colleges.
On Nov. 28, 2008 Governor Dave Heineman and University of Nebraska
President James Milliken announced a newly expanded program
to make a college education more affordable to many Nebraskans. It's called
Collegebound Nebraska, and it promises students, "If you are a Nebraska
resident who meets admission requirements for the University of Nebraska,
and if you are eligible for the Federal Pell Grant, you can attend the
University of Nebraska and pay NO tuition." And most Collegebound Nebraska
grant recipients receive additional aid for fees, books and other costs of
education. Click here for info regarding this great opportunity.
College search and information about SAT and the PROFILE
College and Scholarship searches
A 2 yr. liberal arts college for women.
Click on the above title to learn about this unique experience.
You will be joining high school girls from other states also attending
"C for Yourself" Weekend at Cottey College in Nevada, MO
√ Education Quest
Your leading resource for college access
SPECIAL BULLETIN (click here!)
College and Scholarship search and ACT/SAT practice tests
free Hispanic scholarship sources
Lincoln, Omaha College Fairs coming up!
Don't miss the opportunity to visit with representatives from state,
regional and national colleges during the upcoming
Lincoln and Omaha College Fairs.
Both events will feature representatives from over 120 colleges and
universities along with financial aid presentations
conducted by EducationQuest Foundation.
The College Fairs are sponsored by EducationQuest through partnerships with the
Nebraska Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers and
Nebraska high school counselors.
Follow these tips to help you make the most of your College Fair visit:
Before you attend, determine which colleges you want to visit
(a list is available in the College Fair article at EducationQuest.org).
Prepare a list of questions to ask the college representatives.
Ask about deadlines for admission, scholarships and financial aid.
Prepare pre-printed labels with your name and address
to stick on information cards at college booths
where you want additional information.
Attend a financial aid program at the
College Fair to learn about types of aid and how to apply.
This section provides information on how student-athletes can comply with NCAA bylaws in order to compete in intercollegiate athletics. It includes information on what high-school students need to do to be eligible to compete their first year in college, as well as guidelines that coaches and prospects must follow during the recruiting process.
Check out the website for more information on how to register.
Click above link for vital information regarding student athlete requirements and guidelines.
Nebraska Community College System Listing
There are 13 major community college campuses, 16 major education centers and local class centers in more than 300 communities in the state of Nebraska alone.
Get ready for college with help from Nelnet College Planning
*ACT and SAT practice tests
*FAFSA tutorial and podcast
*college and university searches
*$8 billion scholarship database
$1million in scholarships to be given away at random
See Mrs. Klotz for specifics or click on above link to register.
1 given away each month until 8/08
You may enter once each day (do it!!!)
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Click on the above link to find out if you are up to speed
on what UNL needs for you to attend.
University of Nebraska - Omaha
Click on the above link if:
* you wish to apply for the UNO Alumni Assoc. Scholarship
* you are the child of an active or retired Omaha Police Officer
* you have any physical/medical disablities
Undergraduate Admission applications are due FEB. 1 to be considered for scholarships
Criteria for Regents Scholarships
NE resident graduating from a NE high school
29+ ACT composite (or equivalent SAT) and
Rank in the top 25% of graduating class or
Cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or higher
Criteria for Chancellor's Scholarship
NE resident graduating from a NE high school
26+ ACT composite (or equivalent SAT) and
Rank in the top 25% of their graduating class, or
Cumulative high schol GPA or 3.5 or higher (on a scale of 4.0)
Criteria for Distinguished Scholarship
26+ ACT composite (or equivalent SAT)
Rank it the top 10% of their graduating class
Meet at least one of the above criteria and submit a recommendation from the
high school guidance counselor
College of Business Administration Scholarship
Eligible to High School Students and transfer students.
For those students interested in enrolling in the
College of Business Administration.
Click on Students in tool bar and then Scholarships
Due Feb. 1
Sat, May 18th, 2013