Learn more about College Planning and Executive Functioning Skills below.

What Should I Know?

Browse through our resources to help in your journey.

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It’s important to find out your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) in order to get a feel for how much colleges will expect you to pay when financial aid packages come out. Find your EFC with this online calculator.  If you want information on how to calculate approximate college costs read our blog here.


Resources for College
  • Brainstorming:
    Talk to family and friends about your unique attributes.  Reflect on why you're interested in your potential major.
    Is there something in your life that has changed your perspective?
    What are your values?
  • Messy First Draft:
    The first draft should be completely imperfect - just write down your ideas and organize them later.  This keeps you from feeling stuck.
  • Editing:
    It takes several drafts to get your essay to the finish line.  Find 1 trusted person to give you honest feedback.
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