College and Career Resources
College and Career
Not sure what you want to study in college? Unsure as to how you can best use your gifts and talents in a career? Check out these links for college and career aptitude tests that might be helpful in your decision making process. For further questions regarding college and career choices, please contact your faculty advisor.
Almost all colleges and universities in the United States require students to take one of two standardized tests: the ACT or the SAT. These tests are meant to assess students' readiness for college level work. While similar in content, these tests do have their differences in format and scoring. You can find out more about the tests by clicking the links below. For further questions regarding testing differences, accommodations for students with special needs, interpreting scores, or preparing for these tests, please contact your faculty advisor.
College is expensive and the process of finding and applying for financial aid can be confusing. Check out the links below for information regarding federal financial aid and potential scholarship opportunities. For further questions regarding financial aid for college, please contact your faculty advisor.
College Financial Aid - FAFSA
Ultimate Guide to the FAFSA
Step-by-Step Guide to the FAFSA
Virginia 529 College Savings Plan
Student Loan Best Practices
Guide to Scholarships and Financial Aid
College Scholarship Sources
Crescent Cities Charities
All students who intend to play sports in college - either at an NCAA school or NAIA school - must register and obtain eligibility through the appropriate clearinghouse. Check out the sites below for information regarding college student athletes and eligibility requirements. For further questions regarding college athlete eligibility, please contact the Athletic Director.
NCAA Clearinghouse Information (for potential NCAA athletes)
NAIA Clearinghouse Information (for potential NAIA athletes)