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The college/university search process can be an exciting and enjoyable experience!

We encourage you to set up a meeting with an AHA  College and Career Readiness Counselor to brainstorm the best major, institution, and opportunities to set you up for success in your future. 

Many colleges and universities are hosting virtual college visits.  In addition, many college organizations are hosting college fairs.  Take advantage of these opportunities to research colleges and ask important questions to help you narrow down your decision.


Building Connections

Get to know your College Reps and Admissions Counselors. Their job is to answer any questions you may have regarding their school (including student life, housing, admissions, scholarships, financial aid, and more). 

College Reps, Virtual Visits and More

College Applications

The College Application process begins the summer before your Senior year. Get your calendar ready to keep track of College and University application due dates.

Researching Colleges

Researching colleges is a complex journey unique to every student and family. We encourage you to sit down with family, friends, counselors, and teachers to decide what are the most important factors for you to consider. 

​It is important you start this process early so you can focus on the application and enrollment process during your senior year. 

​Once you've decided what is most important to you, consider additional research to find the best fit.

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Plan ahead if you want to be a college athlete. It’s not too early to start figuring out what you need to do to become eligible to play sports in college. The NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA have processes that you need follow to ensure your eligibility.

If you are a high school athlete who wants to play college-level sports, keep two priorities in mind: COLLEGE FIRST, SPORTS SECOND.

Avoid situations that might leave you without a degree or even a team to play on. Your eligibility is your responsibility!