Browse the list below for information related to high school success, college information, career planning, and educational resources. Contact your counselor if you need to talk about being successful at Tecumseh and beyond!
www.transferIN.net - This information will help you learn more about college admissions, financial aid, dual credit and much more. In addition to the admissions and financial aid sites, you will find links to college and university homepages. You also have access to information that will help you determine your eligibility to receive college credit for courses and exams completed during high school.
The Indiana Department of Education presents College Night in Indiana. The goal of this event is to provide college admission information to high school students and parents throughout Indiana in a live format, using professionals in admission offices to answer questions and guide families through the process. All high school students, parents, faculty and helpful adults are welcome to participate. http://media.doe.in.gov/curriculum/2011-02-24-collegenight.html
21st Century Scholars | http://youcango.collegeboard.org/
Can't decide between a two-year or four-year college? Vocational or community? Here are the differences between them:
Vocational: Shorter programs mean preparation for a specific career or job. Programs are usually 2 years or less. (Harrison College, ITT Technical Institute, Rogers Academy of Hair Design, The Salon Professional Academy, etc.)
Community or Junior College: Build up credits toward an associates degree and eventually a university degree without expensive tuition costs. Programs are usually 2 years with the option of transferring to a 4-year college or university. (Ivy Tech, Vincennes University, Wabash Valley College, etc.)
Four-year College or University: Broader curriculum encourages a variety of interests and is beneficial in the job market. (USI, University of Evansville, Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State University, etc.)
Questions to ask while on a campus visit
Learn More Indiana has joined with a variety of partners to kick off a new college access campaign, called KnowHow2GOIndiana. This campaign is part of the national KnowHow2GO effort led by the Ad Council, American Council on Education and the Lumina Foundation for Education.
The statewide campaign is designed to encourage students, especially those who will be the first in their families to pursue college, to take the necessary steps to turn their dreams of going to college into a reality.
www.eligibilitycenter.org - All students who plan to participate in Division I or Division II college athletics must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse. Students must meet all eligibility requirements and complete the online registration as early as possible senior year.
Eligibility Process: - Click Here
Checklist for student-athletes:
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