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- Accredited Online Colleges
- Discover Business Degrees: In-Depth Education Resource
- Finance Degree Online Guide
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- Guide to Michigan Online Colleges
- Michigan Colleges & Universities
- Discover Business Degrees
- NCAA Eligibility Center
If you are an exceptional athlete and plan to play sports in college, you may want to consider registering with the NCAA Eligibility Center. Students must maintain appropriate high school coursework, grade point average in "core" classes and achieve certain test scores to qualify to participate at NCAA Division I or II institutions. We have an "approved" course list of East Lansing High School courses that qualify towards to core credit requirements. If you wish to register or find out more information, visit their website. For specific information about ELHS classes and the NCAA Eligibility Center, talk to your guidance counselor.
- Saving for College
- Writing the College Essay
- Paying for College
- Moneygeek Student Financial Aid
- Moneygeek FAFSA guide
- East Lansing High School Profile
Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY offers scholarships in Math, Science and Music. Visit them at www.skidmore.edu/financialaid/merit.php.
U of M Dearborn Pre-Med information Night - December 1, 2016 6-8pm. To register, visit umdearborn.edu/premedinfo.
Ithaca College Park Scholar Program Application deadline is January 15, 2017.
FREE Launch Your Dream College and Career Conference
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 from
5:30 PM to 8:00 PM EST
Wilson Talent Center (formerly CACC)
611 Hagadorn Road
Mason, MI 48854
Are you a high school student starting to think about life after graduation?
Are you a recent graduate looking for guidance on how to get into college?
Are you a parent or guardian of a high school student needing information to help guide your young person?
Are you the first person in your family to go to college?
The process to determine your post-secondary college and career options might be overwhelming. There is help to demystify the process and support you to navigate the steps.
Attend the 4th Annual Launch Your Dream Conference to learn more about the process of college and career planning, applications, financial aid, writing personal statements, and more! Talk to admissions reps from over 45 college and technical schools. Learn from other high school and current college students about their journey.
If you are a 9th - 12th grade student, recent graduate, family member, or mentor this event is for you!
The event is free, but please register now as space is limited.