Feel free to use any of the following presentations with your students. Open the presentation from the link and then you can print, view in browser, or view full screen.
Presentation for 6th Grade Students:
This PowerPoint presentation has information and activities that help 6th graders think about what they want to be, how they’ll get there, and how to invest in themselves. (Click on image or title to download this PPT.)
Presentations for 8th, 9th and 10th Grade Students:
|KnowHow2GO to College
This presentation follows John, a 9th grader, through the four KnowHow2GO steps as he discovers how to make college possible.
Help students “find the right fit” for college and a career by focusing on their interests, building basic skills, and learning how to apply specific skills to the 16 career clusters.
|How to Earn Scholarships
Show students how they can be better candidates for college scholarships by taking the tough classes, building a quality activities resume, earning good grades, and performing well on the ACT/SAT.
|College Doesn’t Just Happen
This presentation is a companion piece to our “College Doesn’t Just Happen” video. It walks students through lessons they should have learned while watching the video.
Presentations for 11th and 12th Grade Students:
|Guide to College Planning
Use this presentation with our College Prep Handbook to help students learn about the types of colleges, and the application process for admissions and financial aid. Includes timelines for juniors and seniors.
|Guide to College Funding
Teach students about the types of financial aid, the application process, how colleges award financial aid, and how to complete the FAFSA.
Students will learn how to “take charge” of paying for college when they understand the types of financial aid and how to apply.
|Making the Transition to College
Help students complete the admissions process and understand what to expect in college. They’ll learn about campus resources, study tips, and how to get along with a roommate.
|Guide to Academic Transfer
Provide a step-by-step approach students should follow if they plan to start their education at a community college and then transfer to a four-year college.
Presentations for Professionals:
Learn what’s new with the 2017-18 FAFSA process, how to track your students’ FAFSA completions, and an update on EducationQuest’s programs and tools.