This program is offered by Syntero Counseling to provide high school students with an IEP or 504 Plan with preparation and support as they transition to college. The goal of this program is to provide an early warning system for students and parents to address issues before they become a crisis; while also developing the necessary functioning skills for those with ADHD/ADD, Autism, mental health concerns or physical disabilities as they transition on to college.
299 Cramer Creek Court, Dublin, Ohio 43016
Offers Ohio callers free information on preparation for college, admissions, student financial aid, scholarship information and general facts about enrollment at colleges and universities throughout Ohio.
30 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(877) I-ATTAIN or (877) 428-8246
Has useful resources and heartfelt stories from students who are the first in their families to go to college. They guide students through key issues facing first generation students.
Their website has helpful information for students and their families about scholarships, college tours and college planning throughout high school.
PO Box 360832, Columbus, Ohio 43236
Offers a range of services for students in Columbus City Schools, to prepare them to enter and succeed in college. They also help with financial aid and scholarships.
3798 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43213
Sponsors scholarships for students attending or planning to attend career colleges or technical schools. They have scholarships for high school graduates and grants for military students. Imagine America also has scholarship opportunities for adult learners. Their website has useful information on how to apply for scholarships and grants.
12001 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, Virginia 20191
Provides information for middle and high school students about how to prepare for and enter into college.
30 S Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
A free service that provides students with the opportunity to create a personal online college and career planning profile. Students can match their individual needs, talents, goals and interests with the offerings of thousands of colleges and schools across the United States.
3651 Northeast Ralph Powell Road, Lee’s Summit, Missouri 64064
Works to assure that every Newark High School graduate has the opportunity to pursue higher education by providing one-on-one advisory services, high school course selection, SAT/ACT information, college selection & application help, college visits and more.
314 Granville Road, Newark, Ohio 43055
Their website has information about two-year and four-year programs. They also offer information about credit transfer and a college access hotline. Click for a virtual tour of more than 100 institutions throughout Ohio.
25 South Front Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
College Access Hotline: (877) 428-8246
Works to increase the number of students who pursue education beyond high school, focusing on economically disadvantaged and first generation college students. They provide financial aid counseling and also help students complete college applications.
2100 Stella Court, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Provides high school students the skills and motivation needed to complete an education at a college of their choice. The Upward Bound program at Columbus State Community College is available to income eligible students attending Mifflin High, East High, West High and Linden McKinley STEM. Upward Bound has a 100% college placement rate.
550 East Spring Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Provides rankings of 1400 schools, search tools to help find schools that fit students’ needs and details on scholarships, loans and grants.
1050 Thomas Jefferson Street, Washington, DC 20007