College Planning Worksheets
Senior Year Planning
Students who are planning on attending JCCC for at least their first year of college, can use this checklist. This will help guide you through the steps for completing a successful enrollment process at JCCC. JCCC Enrollment Checklist
If you need a letter of recommendation from your counselor, please fill out this form and send it to them via email. Please share with the counselor a specific date that you need the letter by and allow the counselor ample time to complete it. Counselors request at least a two week's notice for letters of recommendations. Letter of Recommendation Request
College Degree Options
In partnership with JCCC and KU, De Soto School District has an opportunity for students to earn their Bachelor's degree 3 years after high school graduation. Students can choose from 7 different Bachelor Degree options. During their junior and senior year of high school, students take general education requirements and continue those at JCCC their freshman year in college to complete the associates degree. Then the student will attend KU-Edwards campus and completes all remaining bachelor degree requirements in two years.
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As students begin the college search process, campus visits are an extremely important part. Students can set up campus visits by going to the admssions website of the college/university they intend to visit. There are two types of campus visits: individiual or group. Group visits are in groups of 10-20 students and parents, sometimes larger and are intended to give students a general feel of the campus. Individual visits are one on one, with the student and parent, and can be more tailored for a better experience. Students can request to meet with an advisor in the academic area they are interested in pursuing, meet with a financial aid representative, and even the housing department. Campus visits whould be set up at least 7-10 days in advance.
Students who are going on a campus visit must fill out the form below and return it to DHS after the day of the visit.
College and Career Planning Night
Welcome to the USD 232 Virtual College & Career Planning Event. This annual event is hosted for students and parents in preparation for college and career planning. Click the link below for access to the virtual event.
This site allows students to complete career interest inventory's, research particular careers, search for colleges/univerisities that fit their interests, and search for scholarships. Students can contact their counselor for login information.
This site highlight's secondary information and connects it to post-secondary education, training programs and workforce training providers.
This non-profit education organization offers free assistance and valuable resources to students, parents and high school faculty. It has specialized platforms such as myCollegeOptions and myCareerOptions that allows students to explore careers and colleges.
Looking to find your best fit school? College Raptor is a free resource to help stduents and their parents with some of the biggest challenges related to college planning, financing and enrollment.