Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Online College Anyone?

There are many South Carolina colleges and universities that now offer several opportunities for online classes. Check out this website for more information and links to the colleges.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Seniors: It is time to apply!

Seniors, it is already mid-September. The time to apply is NOW.
Here are some helpful links to help you get started in the process.

  1. SC Can Go: Resources for students, parents, teachers and counselors
  2. Common Application: Allows you to apply to a multitude of colleges and universities that use a holistic approach to admissions.
  3. Universal College Application Site: Helping to give more students more access to college.
  4. Black College Common Application: Apply to up to 36 Historically Black Colleges and Universities for one price of $35. Saves money and time!
If you are a Richland Northeast High School student, 
 visit the College and Career Center to set up an appointment.

Monday, September 17:   Educational Opportunities Fair in the gym during 1st period
Tuesday, September 25:   Pizza College Application Night
                                                      Media Center
                                                  4:30 PM-8:00 PM

Last year over 275 seniors took advantage of one of our College Application Events.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Artists, and Actors and Musicians...Oh My!

If you are interested in drama or musical theatre, then check out this site to find dates and locations for the Unified Auditions

Artists may want to go to one of many National Portfolio Days. The 2012-2013 dates and locations have been posted. This site is full of information on different art related majors and college and universities that offer those majors.

Monday, August 22, 2011

College and Career Center is Moving

The Richland Northeast College and Career Center is on the move-literally. We will be moving to the newly renovated A building. In the meantime, if you need any assistance with the college or financial aid process, look for Mrs. Sanders in the Media Center.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Eligible for Test Fee Waiver?

Students who meet certain requirements may be eligible for a fee waiver to take the SAT Test.
-11th or 12th grade student
-Either a U.S. citizen or is testing in the U.S. or U.S. territories
-Meets one or more of the following requirements:
-Is enrolled in a free or reduced lunch program
-Is enrolled in a program for the economically disadvantaged (for example a TRIO program)
-Family's annual income falls within the levels listed by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) for free or reduced lunch prices
-Family receives public assistance
-Family lives in federally subsidized public housing
-Is a resident in a foster home

To see if you are eligible, check today with your guidance counselor. Remember that the SAT or ACT is accepted for most 4-year colleges or universities.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Vocabulary building for the SAT

Looking for another way to help increase your SAT score? Then check out this website with the 100 Most Common SAT Words. The Quizlet site allows you to play interactive games with the words. It even includes an auditory component so you can hear the words.