The following links will help you find the right career, the right college, find ways to fund your education, jobs and more....
Questions? Stop by the Career Center in RAHS during school hours.
ACT – Check the ACT website for registration and deadlines.
Practice ACT tests are offered to juniors twice throughout the school year. Tests are usually offered in September and January. The cost is $3.00.
Prepme – An ACT on-line prep course offered through Naviance. Students log in to Naviance, click on the “College” tab and click on the “Prepme” link on the left hand side of the page.
SAT – Check the SAT website for registration and deadlines.
Accuplacer – Placement test/assessment for community and technical colleges. The Accuplacer is taken at the community or technical college the student plans to attend. An ACT is not required.
PSAT/NMSQT – Juniors are offered the PSAT/NMSQT test in the fall of their junior year, during the school day at RAHS. The cost is $22.00. The 2017 PSAT will be administered on October 25 at 8:10 a.m. Register online using FeePay by October 18.
College admissions representatives visit the Career Center each fall to meet with interested juniors and seniors. The schedule of representatives is posted in Naviance. Go to the “College” tab and click on “visits”. Visits last about 30 minutes. Students sign-up in the Career Center and receive a pass to attend. Teachers make the final decision to let a student out of class for a visit. Students are responsible for making up missed work.
The Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines visit the high school cafeteria once a trimester, during lunch time, to talk with students who are interested in the Military.
Male students turning 18 must register for the Selective Service to receive any federal college funding. Register online.
The Military requests student names from the district for recruitment purposes. If you would like to have your name removed from the list, fill out the Military Recruitment Opt-Out Form.
Naviance Family Connections – Visit the Naviance website.
Email = Student ID#
Password = 6 Digit birth date (010397)
Minnesota Career Information System – Career Exploration Tool (MCIS)
User Name = Roseville
Password = mcis
ISEEK – Use iSeek to explore careers, develop resume and cover letter, and explore education options.
My Next Move – Search careers, browse by industry, do an interest inventory on My Next Move.
Volunteer Opportunities – Check out the list of updated local volunteer opportunities.
FIND YOUR SCHOOL
Match your career choice to colleges, universities or technical schools that
provide the degree or certificate for your career choice.
Always try to visit the colleges you are interested in attending.
College Search Resources:
Naviance Family Connections – Visit Naviance regularly.
PETERSON'S – Find a college that's right for you using Peterson's.
- Offers search programs for college searches, testing and financial aid.
ACM - Associated Colleges of the Midwest
- This is a consortium of 14 independent liberal arts colleges in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa and Colorado with information and links to member colleges.
Minnesota State Colleges, Universities, and Schools:
MNSCU– Go Places
- Admission information for all 2-yr and 4-yr colleges that are a part of MNSCU
- Click here for an application
- NOTE: The University of Minnesota schools are not part of the MNSCU system.
University of Minnesota System Admission Web Connections:
These schools are part of the University of Minnesota System:
Wisconsin State Colleges and Universities
Univ. of Wisconsin System Campus Tours and Visit Days
- Info on visiting campuses & direct links to Wisconsin schools
These states offer reciprocity with Minnesota:
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
- You MUST apply for reciprocity
- You will not be denied, but it is not automatic
- Midwest Student Exchange Program
- An easy way to save on out-of-state tuition costs
- Nearly 100 colleges and universities in Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and Wisconsisn have opened their doors to each other’s' citizens by offering reduced tuition rates
- Students who plan to compete in athletics at the college level should research the NCAA Eligibility Requirements.
- Prospective student-athletes are responsible to find out if they are on track, then register online.
- Click on "NCAA" above , then click on "Information and Resources for Prospective Student-Athletes" to register.
The Dream Act for Undocumented Students
Applying to College
Financing Your Education
Scholarships in the Career Center
Scholarships are updated on Naviance as they come in- check weekly.
- Click on "College" tab, then scroll to the bottom of the page to "Scholarship list".
- If you need assistance with logging on Naviance or have questions please contact Ms. Sneltjes in the Career Center or Ms. Stone in Student Support Services.
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is a must for EVERY college student.
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid where applying is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
Financial Aid Presentation courtesy of Jeff Olson, Director of Financial Aid, Bethel University (11/15/2017)