College and Career
If you have any questions about...
- Career choices and interests
- College choices
- College Applications
- Financial Aid
- Dual Credit
- Work Permits
- Anything related to life after high school...
Be sure to make an appointment with Mrs. Kibuta to learn more about the resources she provides.
The first step is to create an FSA ID. This is an account you need to create that will let you sign in to and also complete the FAFSA.
Both you and your parent need an FSA ID
If your parent does not have a SSN, then they do not need to create an FSA ID, but if they do have an SSN, they must create an FSA ID.
FSA ID's are tied to a person's SSN. Only One FSA ID per SSN is allowed. If your parent already created one for themselves or an older sibling, they will use the same FSA ID. If they can't remember it, they will have to use the "forgot password" or "forgot username" links at the site or they will have to call the FAFSA at 1-800-908-9946
The FAFSA opens December 2023.
Explore ways to pay for college with this document on Paying for College (DOCX).
There are ongoing FAFSA Money Mondays through the NMEAF. You can find more information about this in room 106 or on flyers posted around the school.
Next Steps After College Admissions
So, you've been accepted to college. Congratulations! That's a huge accomplishment! Here is a link to an eBook that explains some of the steps that might come next. You can also always make an appointment with me if you would like to discuss this, one on one.
Click the link below to be entered to win one of 5 $1000 scholarships. You can be entered up to 9 times just for completing steps to get into college that you're already doing! Some examples include applying to colleges and doing your FAFSA. You must provide documentation to prove each of your entries so have screenshots available. Click above link to find a full list of criteria for this scholarship.