Titan University 2018
  • What is the College Career Center?

     

    The South High College Career Center (CCC) is available to ALL Titans (9th-12th Grade) for help with career exploration, college exploration/applications, scholarships/financial aid, ACT/SAT registration/studying, finding community service, and gaining leadership experience. Students can request CCC help by email Ms. Bell at cbell5@usd259.net, using the Online Meeting Request, or through Teams.  Also, please visit the Virtual College Career Center for a fun way to connect with CCC information.

     

    The CCC on Teams:

    I will be using Microsoft Teams to answer questions and post opportunities. This will be my main format for announcements about college visits, scholarships, internships, job openings, camps, conferences, and other opportunities. If students were in a CCC Team last year, they should still be members.  If students would like to join, please use the join codes below.

    Freshman CCC                 iwylod1

    Sophomore CCC              ehga8d1

    Junior CCC                      3eubal5

    Senior CCC                      qr47cs0

     

    I'm NOT a Senior...How Can the CCC Help Me?

     "The future depends on what you do TODAY."  Having a career or college goal in mind enhances your high school experience and generates more opportunities for you upon graduation.  Let the CCC help you set goals, make a plan, study for relevant tests, and get involved in our school culture/community in order to increase scholarship and employment opportunities!  A great tool to help you learn more about or discover your career and college goals is Xello, where you can save careers and colleges you are considering, learn about wages and training, and save your experiences throughout high school to help you when applying to jobs, colleges, or scholarships.  Students can access Xello through their Rapid Identitiy account with their school credentials.  

     

    I'm a Senior...Now What?

    • Fill out the Online Meeting Request to meet virtually with Ms. Bell.
    • Use Xello on your Rapid Identity account to learn more about what training is required for the career options you are considering. Update your saved college and career choices, so they reflect your current interests.  
    • Visit colleges or training programs you are interested in attending.
    • If you are interested in a four-year college and have not yet done so (or if you are unhappy with your score), plan on taking the ACT or SAT.  The CCC provides fee waivers to eligible students, study materials, daily tutoring, and help with the registration process.
    • Apply for any college, private or public, you might want to attend (do not worry about the cost of tuition at this point).  Try to apply for at least three colleges.  If you need to get the application fee to your college waived, please go to the CCC or email Ms. Bell.
    • High school transcripts can be sent to colleges for free through Xello. 
    • Apply for any technical programs or apprenticeships in which you are interested.
    • If you are interested in the military, speak to your recruiter and take the ASVAB test.
    • Apply for scholarships at the colleges you applied to as well as outside scholarship for which you qualify.  Scholarship lists can be found on Xello, in the links section on this webpage, and in our Senior CCC Team. For help finding and applying for scholarships, contact Ms. Bell.
    • First semester senior year, apply for financial aid (FAFSA).  The application opens October 1st, and you should try to complete the FAFSA by December 1st.  However, you can still submit your FAFSA after the December 1st priority deadline.  
    • If you were not able to download your tax information directly into your FAFSA from the IRS, request a tax transcript in case you are selected for verification.  Tax transcipts can be requested online at www.irs.gov or in person at the Wichita IRS office (call 1-844-545-5640 to schedule an appointment).
    • If you do not receive a financial aid offer after filling out your FAFSA, check with the college to confirm they have all of the required documentation.
    • Based on your area of study, future career plans, financial aid and scholarship package, and where you feel you will be most successful, choose a college or technical school.
    • Be aware of deadlines to accept awards and/or to enroll in classes at the college you choose.
    • Turn in housing contracts as soon as possible.  When it comes to dorms, the best rooms go fast.
    • Finally, participate in Freshmen Orientation at your college, and enroll in your classes for the fall semester.

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