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Counseling Office

PHONE: (616)-249-7676
FAX: (616) 532-9363

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Transitioning to college or joining the workforce can be scary! Many of you may be feeling unprepared and apprehensive.  Use these resources to help with this transition. Here you will find everything you need and want to know about budgeting and finance, mental health and stress, successful studying habits, resume building, and you’ll even find survival guides for commonly attended colleges to make it easier to connect with resources on campus

You’re Graduating. Now What?

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College is for everyone. In fact, it’s a necessity. This site can act as a hot spot for resources as you work to figure out what the best plan is for you. For some people, that means going to a 4 year University. Others head to community college with plans to transfer later. Some attend a community college or trade school with the goal of attaining a certification and getting to work quickly. Where do you fit in?

Preparing for your future, One step at a time.

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Free Application for Federal Student Aid Deadline in Michigan March 1st. You can apply after the deadline but remember the amount of money available gets smaller as you get farther away from the date. There is no charge for this application, if you are asked to pay a fee you are on the wrong site.

FASFA Application

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Application for articulation to GRCC and what classes are available for articulation. You must complete the entire admissions process and become a degree seeking student at GRCC to receive articulation credits. Not all transfer colleges will accept articulation credits. To qualify for articulation a student must: Earn a B or better in their coursework. Ask for the credit to be applied within two years of high school graduation. Be accepted as a degree seeking student at GRCC.

GRCC Articulation

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GRCC dual enrollment site. Be sure to check out dates and requirements to qualify for dual enrollment. There are other rules that apply so be sure to see your counselor before considering dual enrollment. Not all courses taken through dual enrollment will transfer to your next college. 

GRCC Dual Enrollment 

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Davenports articulation site. You can get an articulation form from this page. Student must earn a 3.0 or higher in each corse in order for credit to be articulated. The student must also begin attending Davenport University within 27 months from the date of their high school graduation.

Davenport Articulation

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Lillian Cummings
Middle College and Career Planning
Rachelle Drayton
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Student Advocate
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Steps for Getting to College – Grades 7-12:

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Scholarship Search Engines:

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Michigan College Access Portal

The MCAP is a free and easy-to-use website that helps Michigan students and families in the process of planning, applying, and paying for college. Students can explore career options, research Michigan colleges, access test prep help, research financial aid and much more. Students can create an account.


The Common Application

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Students needing to send transcripts for applications please use this website:

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This site provides free practice tests for all categories of the ASVAB so those interested in joining the military can get a sense of the questions they will expect to see on the ASVAB.

Free ASVAB Test >

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