We are pleased to introduce Naviance, a web-based service designed especially for students and parents. Naviance Student is a comprehensive website that you can use to help in making decisions about courses, colleges, and careers. Naviance Students lets us share information with you about meetings and events, local scholarship opportunities, and other web resources for college and career information. You can also use the site to send your counselor an e-mail message.
Click here to access Naviance.
The links below provide an overview of the numerous tools available for you in Naviance to individualize your post-secondary plans and goals:
Through self discovery and collaboration with parents, teachers and school counselors, Naviance enables students to find college and career pathways that are right for them.
The career planning and assessment tools in Naviance allow students to realize their strengths, goals, skills, knowledge, values, constraints, and interests in future careers, to help them make better academic decisions.
Naviance offers a variety of academic planning tools, including individual learning plans, to help enhance school counseling efforts and provide students with the right help at the right time.
Naviance makes college research easy. Whether it's matching colleges to a student's career interests, or comparing admissions rates at a student's top college choices, our college planning tools allow students and families to make informed decisions. Students can also compare colleges and universities, explore scholarship opportunities, and track the status of supporting application documents (transcripts and letters of recommendation). Plus, all of these tools are managed from one location, improving communications between students, schools, and parents and reducing paperwork.
The Curriculum was developed in collaboration with Roadtrip Nation, who are dedicated to career exploration and helping individuals find their own roads in life. Videos created exclusively for the Naviance Curriculum allow students to hear from high school students, college students and professionals to help them see what lies ahead, and encourage them to persevere.