Riverview East High School Counseling Office
Riverview East High School guidance services strive to facilitate the growth and development of students as they progress through high school. Services are designed to help all students in their educational planning, decision-making and personal-social development. Riverview East is committed to working with students and parents alike to gain the greatest benefit from the school experience.
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Seniors, It is Time to Apply to College and FAFSA
Colleges need three things to evaluate your application for college admissions.
- Application - Go to Michigan Colleges and Universities to find the web page for the college you want to apply to. Fill out the online application.
- Transcript - Go to Parchment and create an account. Then request that we send your transcript to the college electronically.
- SAT Scores - Go to the College Board to register, view and have your scores sent to colleges. Students should know how to log on to register to retake or to send scores to colleges/universities.
Seniors should be working on their college applications. Tracy is available to answer any questions.
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
FAFSA is the one form that applies for all state and federal student aid, including grants, loans and work study. FAFSA is available on line beginning October 1st, 2018. Deadline for FAFSA in Michigan is March 1st (2019).
All families should file the FAFSA. Even if you think you won't qualify you should fill it out because some colleges/universities use the results to award their school dollars.
FAFSA is done on line at fafsa.gov and the deadline for the State of Michigan is March 1, 2019. However, you have the best chance for Financial Aid by applying ASAP