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GAA103C: Financial Aid and College Applications - SA 4.22

This module includes four sessions that increase counselors' knowledge of different financial aid options, how to complete the FAFSA, and how to help students to complete college applications.

  • Session 1: Assisting Students with the College Application Process
  • Session 2: Preparing Students for College Admission Tests
  • Session 3: Guiding Students and Families Through the Complexities of Financial Aid
  • Session 4: Helping Students and Families with the Financial Aid Process

GAA103C: FINANCIAL AID AND COLLEGE APPLICATIONS - AG 6.6.22

This module includes four sessions that increase counselors' knowledge of different financial aid options, how to complete the FAFSA, and how to help students to complete college applications.

  • Session 1: Assisting Students with the College Application Process
  • Session 2: Preparing Students for College Admission Tests
  • Session 3: Guiding Students and Families Through the Complexities of Financial Aid
  • Session 4: Helping Students and Families with the Financial Aid Process

Teacher: Andrea Glenn

GAA102C: COLLEGE, CAREER AND ACADEMIC PLANNING​ - CB 5.23.22

This course focuses on engaging students in career awareness and development, linking careers to postsecondary planning, using data to address equity in postsecondary opportunities, and finding the right postsecondary fit. 

  • Session 1: Supporting Student Career Awareness and Development
  • Session 2: Engaging Students in Career and Postsecondary Planning
  • Session 3: Using Data to Address Equity and to Guide Academic and Career Planning
  • Session 4: Helping Students Make Postsecondary Choices

Teacher: Cari Burson

GAA201C COLLEGE AND CAREER COUNSELING FOR SPECIAL-POPULATION STUDENTS - AG 4/22

This module helps counselors develop the skills and knowledge required to help homeless and foster-care students, students with disabilities, immigrant and refugee students, and LGBTQ students to apply, finance, and transition into education after high school. Participants will learn more about building support systems, maintaining records, special circumstances in the college application and financial aid processes, and helping at-risk students successfully transition into education after high school. 

  • Session 1: Understanding and Identifying Special Populations
  • Session 2: Building Support Systems For Special Populations
  • Session 3: Academic Progress and Planning
  • Session 4: Postsecondary Exploration
  • Session 5: The College Admission Process & Financial Aid
  • Session 6: Transition to College


Teacher: Andrea Glenn