• College and Career Center


    Located in the Counseling Department in room D301.

    All students (especially seniors!) are invited to stop by and get help with their college and career questions!  It's never too early to start planning!

    The College and Career Center IS a place to:

    • Meet with the College and Career Counselor to discuss your college and career plans and get questions answered
    • Get help submitting college applications and the FAFSA
    • Search for and fill out scholarships
    • Meet with college representatives
    • Register for the ACT/SAT
    • Research different career options

    The College and Career Center is NOT a place to:

    • Hang out with friends during a free period (and especially not during a class!)
    • Use as a student lounge for eating lunch
    • Type papers or do homework

    Transcripts

    Alumni Round Lake Senior High School has partnered with Parchment to order and send your transcript and other credentials securely. This link will open a new browser.

    Order Credentials from Parchment

    If students are interested in requesting their high school transcripts and they have not graduated from RLHS, they should see their counselor.

    Notice Regarding Your School Records
     

    Fee Waivers

    You may be eligible for College Application Fee waivers!  See your counselor for details.

    You may be eligible to retake the ACT and SAT twice for FREE.  See your counselor for details.

    College Resources

    KnowHow2 GO:  www.knowhow2go.org 

    This website provides a simple 4 step process to get students from middle school thru high school prepared for a college education. Moreover, the parent and mentor features provide adults with useful information, videos, printouts, etc., to use at their discretion. Materials in Spanish are provided.

    College Board:  www.collegeboard.org

    This website is a college search engine to provide students, parents, and professionals find the “right match” school. Through the division of five sections, this website is a resource to other links and information that is more than useful. Students, parents, and professionals are given the option of creating a FREE account in order to take advantage of all the features of this website. 

    Fast-Web:  www.fastweb.com

    This website is primarily a scholarship and job search engine for high school and college students. You will need to create a profile in order to assist the automated system to locate scholarships which you are eligible for. Additionally, this website provides students with many articles and advice about the transition from high school to college and from college to a career. You will also find student/parent blogs to ask other students questions or advice. 

    FAFSA Required Documents

    What documents do I need to fill out the 2022-23 FAFSA?

    For the 2021-2022 school year (when the student will be in college) you will need financial information from 2020.

    You may need to refer to:

    • Social Security number (student’s and parent’s)
    • Your driver’s license
    • Your 2020 W-2 forms and other records of money earned
    • Your 2020 Federal Income Tax Return: IRS 1040, 1040A, 1040 EZ
    • Your Parents’ 2018 Federal Income Tax Return (if you are a dependent student)
    • 2020 untaxed income records (welfare benefits, Social Security, or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)
    • Current bank statements
    • Current business and investment records (if any)

    New this year, the FAFSA is available on October 1, 2021. The FAFSA operates on a first-come-first-serve basis.

    Remember!

    If the student applying for financial aid does not have a valid Social Security number DO NOT FILE. If the student has a Social Security number but the parents do not, you may still file and use 000-00-0000 when asked for parent information.

    www.fafsa.ed.gov

    Quick Guide to FAFSA

     

    College Advising for Undocumented Students

    Counselor Guide to Resources for Undocumented Students

    “Counselors are instrumental in making sure these rights and earned opportunities are respected. You are not only a counselor to your undocumented students, you are also an ally”.

    Undocumented Student Guide to College

    “Education is a right for all people, regardless of status.  It is not merely something we ‘must do’ as means in attaining a better lifestyle, but an opportunity for political engagement which we have the right to do”.

    College Help for Undocumented Students

    Information on the Dream Act, DACA, College Opportunities for Undocumented Students, and Additional College Resources

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