What's Your E?
Students exploring the Education Pathway are interested in continuing their education at a trade school, community college or university.
•Talking about college and trade programs, researching admissions requirements and processes, and visiting campuses will give you a better understanding of what to expect.
•It is important to communicate with your counselor and to explore the courses that are relevant and rigorous, those that will coincide with your future plans, interests and abilities.
Provide certificates of completion or diplomas; not degrees. They provide training in a specific trade, occupation, or vocation, and offer short programs.
Two-year public institutions that offer Certificates ad Associate degrees, as well as apprentice and journeyman programs. They prepare you for technical careers or for transfer to a four-year college.
Offer a wider variety of degrees including Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees
Community Colleges & University
EARLY COLLEGE APPLICATIONS BEGIN AS EARLY AS OCTOBER. STUDENTS SHOULD CHECK TO SEE IF THEIR COLLEGE OF INTEREST PARTICIPATES IN COLLEGE FREE APPLICATION WEEK WHICH IS USUALLY HELD IN OCTOBER. DURING THIS EVENT, STUDENTS CAN SUBMIT THEIR APPLICATIONS AS THE APPLICATION IS WAIVED. MANY COLLEGE APPLICATION DEADLINES ARE FEBRUARY 1ST. THE FAFSA APPLICATION PROCESS OPENS IN OCTOBER.