Students at EMHS have an account: User Name EPS then your Edmond Student ID.
If necessary you can reset your password and the email you will use is your school email.
Includes the following features: Explore Colleges and Careers
-Discover the colleges and universities in the state.
-Determine the careers that best match your skills and interests
-Match schools with your career interests Plan and Pay for College
-Learn about ways to pay for college
-Apply online for Oklahoma’s Promise
-Create a personal portfolio to track your college planning Apply to College
-Gather information about the admission requirements at all Oklahoma colleges and universities
-Apply online to most of the colleges and universities in Oklahoma.
Learn more about planning, preparing, and paying for college. Access games and tools to help students prepare for higher education. Locate financial aid resources, including FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) teaching tools.
The Student Center Section of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education’s Web site directs students to various college planning resources, including Oklahoma’s Promise and GEAR-UP.
CollegeCovered.com is a free resource on planning and paying for college, with your students and their families.
JLVCollegeCounseling.com has now become a free resource for prospective and current college students, as well as their parents and guardians.
The Oklahoma Guaranteed Student Loan Program’s website contains helpful information for prospective and current students, including scholarship and federal student loan resources.
OGSLP’s financial literacy program, Oklahoma Money Matters, provides families with information and tools about budgeting, consumer credit, student loan management, and other personal finance topics.
Students interested in playing NCAA sports (college level) need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. (Formerly NCAA Clearinghouse) This is the student’s responsibility. Please make sure your counselor is aware of the students’ desire to play NCAA sports. eligibilitycenter.org
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