June 7, 2017

College Planning and Applying Powerpoint/PDF

Juniors, if you are unable to make the College Planning and Applying workshop, use the PowerPoint link below to help you through the process. By September, you should know where you are applying to.

College Planning and Applying PowerPoint/PDF

June 5, 2017

College Planning and Applying Workshop - Wednesday, June 7th in Room D225

On Wednesday, June 7th at 2:30 pm, Juniors are invited to attend a college planning and applying workshop. The summer and the beginning of Senior year can be overwhelming in knowing what schools to pick and how to apply. During the workshop, students will compare schools and understand the steps needed to apply. It is highly recommended to apply early and be as organized as possible. Do not miss this opportunity!

May 16, 2017

Seniors, get help completing FAFSA

Seniors, if you haven't completed the FAFSA and need help, Middlesex County College is offering workshops to help you complete it. You do not need to attend MCC to attend the workshop. All seniors that will be attending some form of school, once they graduate, need to complete the FAFSA, as soon as possible. 

April 24, 2017

Register for the Free Money Boot Camp at Rowan University

Whether you are thinking about a 2 year or 4 year college program, a technical college or program, or a training program leading to a certification, it’s important to plan for what you will be studying, where you will enroll and how you will pay for it. The College Bound Money Boot Camp is designed as a one-day series of workshops and informational tables where current students, incoming students, and family members work side by side with the University’s Admissions Office, Financial Aid Office, and Lenders to gain a head start and competitive edge on the admission and payment process.

Register by May 6th

March 6, 2017

EOF Programs - Great College Program for Families that Qualify

If you and your family are in financial need and gross income fall within the criteria below; consider applying to an EOF program in the college that you are choosing.

The application process varies between schools.

How do I Apply for EOF?

1. Apply to a participating New Jersey college or university
Students must apply and be accepted to a New Jersey college or university that participates in the EOF program.

2. File a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
Every student who wants to apply for the EOF grant must file a FAFSA. The FAFSA is available through high schools, colleges or by calling the toll-free hotline number at HESAA (Higher Education Student Assistant Authority)
1-800-792-8670. The FAFSA is also available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. 

3. Contact the EOF director
There is an EOF campus director at every college and university participating in the EOF program and each college/university has its own specific criteria for EOF admission and program participation. Students must contact the EOF director at the institution they wish to attend for specific admissions information and requirements for participation in the EOF program.

WHS Guidance Tip: Apply early. The earlier you apply, the better chances for you to get accepted. 

Kean University EEO/EOF Instant Decision Day - Friday, March 17th

If you are or have applied to Kean University and qualify for EOF, take advantage of Kean's EEO/EOF Instant Decision Day.

February 24, 2017

Summer Pre-College Programs and Enrichment Programs - Register Now

If you are interested in taking college courses or participate in an enrichment summer camp, now is the time to register. Many of these programs have deadlines that are quickly approaching or need a letter of recommendation to apply.
Visit http://woodbridgehighschoolguidance.blogspot.com/p/sportsclubsvolunteering.html for a list of different programs.

February 10, 2017

Seniors, Show Us Your Acceptance Letters!! #BarronGoals

Seniors, bring your college acceptance letters to guidance and get a chance to win an award. We are also accepting letters from trade schools. These letters will then be posted on a bulletin board by the main office.