Upcoming College Visits

To attend any of the upcoming college visits you will need to visit your Naviance page. Visits are open to Junior's and Senior's however Senior's will be given priority. Sign up using your Naviance account and receive further instructions.

Research questions related to college admission requirements, cost and major offerings by visiting the College Scorecard.

College Search - Naviance

NEW ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS for all North Carolina State Universities.
Incoming Freshman of 2010 - minimum GPA of 2.0 and at least 700 combined critical reading and math on SAT.
Incoming Freshman of 2011 - minimum GPA of 2.3 and at least 750 combined critical reading and math on SAT.
Incoming Freshman of 2013 - minimum GPA of 2.5 and at least 800 combined critical reading and math on SAT.

Planning College Visits

www.goseecampus.com The planner helps you choose the schools that you want to visit by using keywords or typing in specific colleges. This site
offers a free trip planner once you register.

It is simple to use and is a great way to get a sneak peek into a variety of college campuses quickly, easily and inexpensively. You type in the name of the college on their homepage and up pops a great fact sheet with tuition and enrollment stats as well as several options: tour, website, map, and video.

Listing of Colleges and Universities that accept IB credits.

Please visit the website at www.eduinconline.com to get more information about the EDU, Inc. Common Black College Application.

Profiles of colleges and universities in North Carolina. The report gives you information related to statistic data to many of the universities in North Carolina. College acceptance rates for universities around the country.

Statistical report of North Carolina colleges and universities. The Statistical Abstract covers information related to higher education activities in the State. It outlines average cost, student enrollment, breakdown of SAT scores, etc.
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