Welcome High School Students!
The Titan Difference
Making the transition from High School to College can be difficult. We know every
high school student has a unique story which means every student will have an unique
journey through college. Sometimes the hardest part to the journey is getting started.
But that's why we're here.
Whether you need help with the EFSC application, FAFSA, or deciding what to study – we can guide you in the right direction. Our team reaches far and wide with resources from the career center to academic advising and everything in-between. Your opportunities at EFSC are endless and we’ll help you find them. That's the Titan Difference.
College for a Day
High school seniors, this fall you’re invited to experience a day at EFSC. College for a Day is a fun, informative conference-style event that gives you an opportunity to get up close and personal with your local EFSC campus. Get the details by visiting our College for a Day page.
Go Higher, Get Accepted
Looking for hands on help with the EFSC application and FAFSA Financial Aid Application before you graduate high school? This event is for you! Your guidance counselor will know when we'll be at your school, plus you can find info on our Go Higher, Get Accepted page.
Summer Kick Start
Did you know that 32% of first time college freshman don't continue on to their second year? Studies show students who focus on being better-prepared before even starting are more successful. Summer Kick Start is a series of three 90-minute workshops designed to make graduating seniors more successful during their freshman year. Topics include career planning, financial planning and college 101. Upon workshop completion, students have a clearer understanding of college life and may even qualify for a free 3-credit hour EFSC class! Check back for more information.
Resources to Get Started
- Enrollment Steps for First Time College Students
- Dual Enrollment: admission requirements, application process and benefits
- Career Coach: Free online tool to help you choose a major, including career interest assessment tool
- Who's My Recruiter? - View the local high school list