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Common App Essay Prompts

If you are planning to apply to college through Common App, they have released the essay prompts for 2017-2018. Find the prompts HERE. If you have any questions regarding this process, please come to the Counseling Center and make an appointment with your counselor or contact Mrs. Combs to join the Highly Selective College Group in the fall.

College Ahead Mobile App

Download the College Ahead mobile app to use fun, interactive tools, challenges and exercises to take students step-by-step through the process of college prep. Tools include: college cost estimator, college planning calendar, exam prep checklist, college scoreboard and a FAFSA roadmap. 

Big Future by College Board

Looking for a college but you don't where to start.  Go to College Matchmaker  to search for a school that is right for you.  You can filter your search by type of school, location, majors, cost and more!

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UPCOMING EVENTS!

Check back in the FALL for upcoming college events.

 

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ALUMNI TRANSCRIPT REQUEST

Graduated Students:    

Click HERE  to download a transcript request form.

Fill out the Form.

You can fax or email your request.

FAX:  816-736-5515

EMAIL: dkucera@liberty.k12.mo.us  or  gstark@liberty.k12.mo.us

Why Should I Use the Common App?

Are you applying to multiple colleges or universities?

Are you worried about having to fill out tons of different applications?

Try using the common app!   You can apply to multiple colleges and have counselors and teachers complete their portions online as well.

DON'T FORGET!  You must MATCH your Common App account with Family Connection.

Click HERE  to see the FAQs for Common App.

Click HERE  for a list of colleges and universities that accept the common app.

Click HERE to check out a list of 4 Year schools in Missouri and their deadlines, stats, scholarships and MORE!

HBCU Rankings

 The 2016 Best Historically Black Colleges and Universities ranking is based on key statistics and student reviews. The top ranked HBCU schools are not only leading academic institutions but also offer an exceptional student experience. Find the rankings here.

Net Price Calculator

The link below is a central location to navigate to a college/university net price calculator. It is a good estimator to how much school will cost. 

College Cost

*Pleas keep in mind that all costs are estimates and not all colleges are represented.

College Bound Student Athletes

Counselors encourage ALL students and parents to communicate with their counselor as soon as possible if playing a sport at the college level is a possibility.  

Students planning to play at an NCAA Division 1 or Division 2 school must register with the eligibility center.  Click HERE  for the eligibility center.

Students planning to play at an NAIA school must also register with their eligibility center.  Click HERE to register.

Students & Parents: This is a GREAT article that helps understand the recruiting process. If you are at all thinking about college athletics, read here.

NCAA Eligibility Process

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Helpful College Websites

www.act.org or www.actstudent.org

Register for the ACT test. 

The site also has valuable information for college planning.

www.fafsa.ed.gov

Free Application for Student Financial Aid

www.collegeboard.com

SAT/AP Testing

www.collegeview.com

College information

www.Collegenet.com

College info

www.collegeexpress.com

College info

www.weapply.com

College funding info

www.finaid.org

Financial info page

www.mappingyourfuture.org

College, career and fin aid info

www.freschinfo.com

Scholarship database

www.sfa.umkc.edu/site/index.cfm

Scholarship searches

www.sfa.missouri.edu

Financial aid

www.edonline.com/cq/hbcu

Listing of historically black colleges and universities

www.kaplan.com

College entrance test review

www.salliemae.com

Student loan marketing assn

www.fastweb.com

Largest free scholarship search

www.nelliemae.com

Loan marketing

www.scholarships.com/scholarshipscams.aspx

To find out more about scholarship scams

www.fairtest.org

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