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College & Career Planning

College Representative Visits

The schedule for college representative visits to Holy Family is located on the home page of myschool  in the Guidance Corner. All visits will be taking place virtually this year.  Zoom links are posted on the Counseling Calendar.

Applying to Colleges During COVID (article from The Future of Higher Education)

Click here to access the article.

The College Search

Use College Board to search for colleges.

A complete list of Minnesota Institutions and scholarships offered by each can be found here.

The Newman Society recommends Catholic colleges and ranks them in order of faith-based instruction.  Learn more here.

An interactive college map from the US Department of Education is available here.

 

College & Career Planning by Grade 

Our Four-Year Plan: College Preparation and Application Process Overview

Interest Inventory
Career Exploration
PreACT 8/9
ACT’s College & Career Planning Guide eBook
 
 
College Search
Portfolio and Resume building
Pre-ACT 
ACT’s 7 Ways to Prepare for College Handout
 
 
PSAT 
ACT’s 5 Questions All Juniors Should Ask eBook
 
 
 
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Counseling Department Parent Nights

Parent nights will be held virtually for the 20-21 school year.  Please watch for more information to be posted on our Counseling Calendar and in the weekly emails. 
 
Click here to view the Planning for College presentation held on 1/27/21
 
Click here to view the Communicating with College Admissions presentation held on 4/14/21
 
 
Virtual Events (Twin Cities Catholic Consortium)
 
Click here to view the Highly Selective Colleges & Universities presentation
 
Click here to view the Spotlight on Catholic Colleges presentation
 
Click here to view the Large Public University Signature Panel presentation
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US Military Service Act
The US Military Service Act is the federal law that requires all males 18-25 to be registered for the United States Armed Forces. The registration process provides the Selective Services with a current address. Though we do not currently have an active draft, all young men must still register as a preparation for the possibility of a national emergency. Failure to register is punishable by a fine, imprisonment, or both. Registration is a prerequisite for obtaining college financial aid, loans, and Pell Grants. 
Young men may register by visiting a local Post Office or online at 
www.sss.gov .

College Admissions Tests and Test Prep

See our College Admissions Testing page

NCAA and Student-Athletes

The NCAA Eligibility Center's website NCAA.org/playcollegesports is designed to help high school student-athletes successfully transition to college. The enhanced online content gives student-athletes a broad look at the initial-eligibility process and detailed information about common initial-eligibility situations. A wide range of frequently-asked questions addressing issues from academic and amateurism eligibility to high school and core-course review are easily searchable. The 2018-2019 Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete is available here.  

 

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