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Career & College Center



Please come into the Career and College Center to meet with me about where you would like to go in the future.  I can be reached at 970.871.3641 or dmoss@ssk12.org. You can schedule an appointment here.

I look forward to helping you!!    - Danica Moss
        

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Visit with College Reps 


The best way to learn about a school and their programs, besides visiting, is meeting with the admissions rep when they come to campus. dates of visits are posted on Naviance.
Visits consist of a 10 min presentation and then an informal question and answer session. Visits will all be at 2 in the College/Career Center unless noted. 



Careers...Jobs... Employment


Planning Guide for the College Bound Athlete 


PLEASE VISIT THE NCAA WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
http://www.ncaa.com/

Student-Athlete Planning Guide
 

THERE ARE NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR COLLEGE-BOUND STUDENT-ATHLETES ENROLLING FULL TIME ON OR AFTER AUGUST 1, 2016. PLEASE REFER TO INFORMATION BELOW REGARDING THOSE CHANGES.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONSULT THE NCAA WEBSITE AND WITH YOUR HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELOR TO ENSURE YOU ARE MEETING THE ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS.

We encourage students interested in participating in college athletics to register with the NCAA at www.eligibilitycenter.org at the beginning of their sophomore year.

NCAA Information

If you will be participating athletically at Division I or II program, you will need to be cleared by the NCAA Clearinghouse. Division III athletics does not require being cleared by the Clearinghouse.

Steamboat Springs High School cannot release your school records to NCAA coaches until you have completed, signed and returned the Release of Academic Records to the Registrar (located in the counseling office).
Records Release


NCAA QUICK REFERENCE

CORE COURSE DEFINITION

NEW 2016 ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

NEW 2018 ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

Our College/Career Center is a great resource for:

  • Visits from admissions representatives from post-secondary institutions in the U.S., Canada and abroad
  • ACT/College Board test preparation information
  • Financial aid and scholarship information
  • Career and occupation information
  • Summer enrichment program information
  • U.S. military opportunity information
  • Resource books on colleges and careers Students may use the available computers in the College/Career Center to Conduct college or career interest and abilities inventories
  • Conduct college research on Naviance
  • Utilize inventory results to connect to possible occupations, college majors, and universities/colleges
  • Acquire information on specific colleges or universities and/or complete an online application
  • Research or apply for financial aid

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