• Career Planning Resources


    College.gov is being built by the U.S. Department of Education in collaboration with students. This site is intended to be the go-to source for information and resources about planning, preparing and paying for postsecondary education (such as 2- or 4-year colleges and universities, and vocational or career schools). Most importantly, college.gov is intended to provide inspiration and hope to all students, and encourage them to consider and pursue a postsecondary education.


    CollegeforTexans.com: Here is everything a Texan needs to know about preparing for, applying for, and paying for college or technical school.  And it's all in one up-to-date, easy to navigate mega site almost as big as the state itself.  And remember, $4 billion is available every year to help Texans attend college.


    College Planning Guides for High School Students: This site provides a separate college planning guide handout/calendar at each high school grade level to help students take the steps needed in making sure they are on the right track for college. These guides also make it easier for high school students to navigate the college planning process.



    Dual Credit Texas: This site provides a list of online and on-campus academic and CTE dual credit community college courses for students to take while in high school from nearby community colleges in their area.  This site was developed in collaboration with the Texas Association of Community Colleges. 


    FirstGenerationStudent: This site provides a wealth of information and resources for first-generation college students. It is devoted to helping these students navigate the college application process, from beginning to end, as well as through college and beyond. 
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