Preparing for a Productive Winter
Winter can be a stressful time for students… big exams, gloomy weather, college deadlines… but we are here to help students get the most out of these months! Using this time to finish 2020 strong, submit the last few college applications, and maybe make some money over the winter break are all great ways your students can find success this winter. To support your advising efforts, check out this month’s articles, videos, and downloadable resources - for FREE!
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Resources available for free download. Send them to students, print them for your classroom, or incorporate them into a lesson plan or counseling session!
Content and Videos
How to Prepare for a Big Exam
Feeling stressed about taking your exams? Here are our best tips for preparing for and acing it.
How to Prepare for Different Online Exam Methods
Online exams are like paper exams, the main difference? The tools you will be using. Here's how to prepare for online exams.
The Best Scholarship Websites For Finding Money
Having trouble finding scholarships? Check our review of the Best Scholarship Websites
Scholarships for Texas Students
Students in Texas can find a wide variety of scholarships to help pay for college - check out our list here!
Submit That FAFSA Early = More Texas Grants!
Fill out the FAFSA as soon as possible to be eligible for these great Texas grants
Expensive College Application Fees Got You Down? Get A Waiver
Apply to college without the fees - Detroit College Challenge
How to Ask for a Letter of Recommendation
Learn how and when to ask for letters of recommendation - Detroit College Challenge
Make a Brag Sheet for Your Letter of Recommendation Writer
Creating your brag sheet is the key to getting the best possible letter of recommendation!
Need a Seasonal Job in 2021? Here’s Who’s Hiring This Holiday Season
Several companies are hiring this holiday season. Check out our list to see who's hiring.
How to Send SAT & ACT Scores To Colleges
You get up to four free score reports! Here's how to send SAT scores and ACT scores to colleges.