Juniors/Seniors Information

It's time to set up campus visits!

Juniors and Seniors...now is a great time for campus visits! Contact the college(s) at least two weeks in advance to set up your visit. Make sure college is in session when you visit to get the true flavor of the school. Find more campus visit tips.

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2018 Seniors:  Northeast Community College's Financial Aid Office staff will provide one-on-one assistance in completing the FAFSA for students planning to attend Northeast.  During these sessions, students will need to bring completed federal tax returns and W-2s for both the parent(s) and student.  Students and at least one parent (if the student is a dependent) will also need to have a FSA ID, which will be used to electronically sign the FAFSA.  If students and parents need FSA ID's they can be obtained at https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm.  To schedule an appointment, call (402) 844-7285.  The Financial Aid Office will also offer FAFSA Fridays every Friday from 1-4p.m. from February through June in the College Welcome Center in Norfolk.  Walk-ins are welcome on the FAFSA Fridays.

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EducationQuest will be hosting free Webinars for students and parents to learn the basics of financial aid and how to complete the FAFSA.  Click on this link for FAFSA tools.  The FAFSA can be completed beginning October 1st.  The online application can be found at www.fafsa.ed.gov/.  Parents and students will also need an FSA ID for the online FAFSA; you can apply for an FSA ID at https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm.

Junior and Senior Parents: Your child has a Guidance Class on their School Gmail account.  The class will have much more information regarding announcements, scholarships, financial aid, and specific college information.  Please visit with your student regularly about the information on their Google Classroom Guidance page.

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Nebraska Career Connections is also a resource to help you and your child explore different careers.

Online Colleges - Nebraska. This website explores online degree programs in the state.

Click on the following for more information regarding:

Junior/Senior Year Timeline for College Planning

College Websites

College Athletic Eligibility