When: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 (both A.M. and P.M. sessions available)

Where: MMSTC room 103

Why: Taking the PSAT prepares you for the SAT.  This test in particular opens the door to the National Merit Scholarship program and an opportunity to earn scholarship dollars. 

How: sign up outside the counseling commons in the main hallway, pay $16 via Rev Trak or by check in the main office. 

Who: Students in grades 10/11

 Seniors!  Please fill out this short college survey! Thank you! 

Kristin Ansel

MMSTC Counselor


Phone:  586-698-4399

Welcome to the Counseling Center

Below you will find links to colleges, universities, information on financial aid, scholarships, and some relevant government sites, all of which should help answer any questions about scholarships and financial aid.

Upcoming Scholarship Opportunities:

September 27, 2018 National College Match application Quest Bridge is due. Click the logo to apply.

North Carolina State University Parks Scholarship  Click this link to apply

DUE: October 15 (Apply for both N.C. State University admission and Parks Scholarship)

Notify your counselor if you are applying for the Parks Scholarship.


Greater Metropolitan Association of Realtors Scholarship


College & University Information

The American College Testing Service         Career Cruising        American Colleges and Universities          College View          College Financial Aid Offices      All Universities         Peterson's Education Center         All Colleges           The College Board Online           Online Campus Tours          Princeton Review      Careers and Colleges          Common Application           Colleges and Online Applications           College Net

Test Preparation

New! FREE SAT Prep Interactive Program

ACT Assessment            SAT and AP Exams          Peterson's Test Prep        Princeton Review          Kaplan Test Prep             Study Hall SAT Prep                Simulated SAT and ACT testing          Careers and Colleges Test Prep            ACT Preparation Websites        Student Connect 



An interactive website that currently provides diagnostic tests, practice tests, flashcards, and questions of the day for the ACT and SAT.  In addition to the website and mobile app, VarsityTutors also has a completely free, downloadable ACT prep book with over 600 pages of content, available here:

Scholarship Searches and Financial Aid

FAFSA on the Web         CSS Profile         Michigan Department of Education         U.S. Department of Education           AmeriCorps       Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation         College Net Scholarship Search          Federal Financial Aid Information          Scholarship Coach           Fresch! Scholarship Search     Michigan Student Aid         Michigan Education Trust          MI-CASHE Scholarship Search Service           Scholarship-Page         SRN Express      Funds Net Services Fastaid             Fastweb             Salliemae         Angelfire Scholarship Search         Go College          Scholarships for College            Scholar Stuff     College Xpress            Scholarship TRAK          Geocollege Scholarship Experts            National Assoc of Student Aid            Fedmoney            Financial Aid Information Page               Financial Aid Eligibility Estimator            College Funds              Scholarship Scams Information                   Gates Millennium Scholars Program  

Six Helpful Websites for College Bound Students


1.   Links to more than 60 helpful articles on subjects of interest to college-bound and current college students-

2.   Lists and links to more than 70 no-cost college scholarship search sites which match students to available scholarships   

3.   A student loan repayment calculator.               
4.   Lists colleges by state, with contact information and links 

5.   An online GPA calculator that many believe is the best on the Internet     

6.   List of colleges with comprehensive programs for students with learning disabilities-                                        disabilities

Provided by: American Educational Guidance Center    For other helpful college sites go to their website at 






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