Use the links below to access important information regarding extracurricular programs, NCAA registration, college majors, financial aid, and more!

Free Tutoring
Connect with tutors in English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Word Languages, PSAT/SAT/ACT/AP Prep, and more!  Access daily from 8 am - 10 pm from the discus A-Z list or grade level pages at  Instructions on creating an account are here. 

Local Mental Health Resources
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) put together this resource guide for our area.  You will find referrals for crisis situations, inpatient and outpatient services, disability, employment, housing, legal, transportation and so many more! 

Fall and Spring Programs 
View the above Word Doc to see a list of academic, college, and career programs that universities and organizations offer throughout the year! In order to provide you with the most comprehensive list, please visit the website listed with the program for dates and deadlines of applications! Summer Programs are listed on Naviance (bottom of the student home page).

Work Based Learning
Fort Mill employee, Susan Brackett, helps students discover their passion for one field or another with classroom speakers, job shadowing, volunteering, internships, and/or apprenticeships.

NCAA Eligibility Center
Students interested in playing college sports must register with the NCAA using the above link.

College Visit Checklist
Use this checklist for important questions to ask on a college visit!

College Timeline
Review this timeline starting your sophomore year to make sure you are on track for college and the application process.

Commission on Higher Education
The CHE is the governing body over South Carolina public colleges and universities. Access information about schools, scholarships, and more.

Academic Common Market and additional info
Members of the ACM allow students to receive in-state tuition at out-of-state schools if a specific program is not offered in their home state.

Financial Aid TV
Watch videos of answers to common questions about the financial aid process!

Cheat sheet of Financial Aid Terms and websites

This handout produced by Winthrop University briefly explains common terms and how to locate college specific scholarships.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Students wishing to be eligible for need based scholarships, grants, or loans must complete the FAFSA. Many colleges use the FAFSA to determine their own eligibility for scholarships. In 2016, the application opens in October!! Apply early!

York Tech FAFSA tips
Additional information on the FAFSA application process.

Online Colleges
Looking for online programs and degrees? Use this website to locate online colleges in South Carolina.

Debt Ranking and College Affordability
Use these 2 websites to research specifics colleges, their cost of tuition, rates of debt upon graduation, and other useful financial information!

College Quick Guide
This PDF was put together for the South Carolina School Counselor Conference. Start on page 6 for quick stats about most in-state colleges.

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