Welcome Seniors: It All Starts Here!

You will find tabs and links to the most recent materials that have been created that will help you have a successful senior year. If you have any other questions feel free to contact the counseling office.

 

Here is a guide to all the Michigan Colleges:

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What is that? 

Going to college means learning the lingo. Here is some key words you should know when planning your future:

Undergraduate (Undergrad): A student who is pursuing either a one, two or four year degree. 

Transcript: This is a permant academic record of a student at college. 

Associate's Degree: Granted upon completion of a program of at least two years of college work. 

Bachelor's Degree: This is an undergraduate degree offered by four-year colleges and universities. 

FAFSA: Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Almost universal appilcation for finanical aid including loans, grants, college work-study and other federal and state programs. 

Major: A major is a student's chosen field of study. 

Minor: A minor is desginated as a specific number of credit hours in a secondary field of study.