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College & Career Planning

College & Career Planning

 

 

CSU High School Planner

https://www.csumentor.edu/Freshman_Planner

The High School Planner is designed to help you track and plan your high school courses to meet California State University (CSU) high school subject requirements. Starting and maintaining the High School Planner throughout your high school year is also an excellent way to get a jumpstart on the CSU undergraduate admissions application. All coursework saved to your High School Planner will automatically auto-populate the coursework screens of the online admissions application—the longest section of the application! 

The CSU subject requirements are also known as a-g subject requirements or the 15-unit pattern of college-preparatory subjects. The High School Planner allows you to enter your courses by subject area, and then matches the courses against the requirements for each subject area. 

You can start entering courses, both completed and planned, at any time. Every time you complete a new course and receive a grade for that course, return to your High School Planner, update your work and check your progress toward meeting high school subject requirements for the CSU. 

Throughout your college selection and application process, you should consult your high school counselor for information about specific college requirements and the courses you should take in preparation for your college education. 

 

 

My Road

www.myroad.org        

An easy to use comprehensive online college and career planning resource that includes interest assessments, a personality-type assessment, college, careers and majors exploration tools, an online magazine featuring educational and career paths, as well as a personalized area for students to record, track, and manage their information.  To access MyRoad, students may use the access code printed on their PSAT paper score report.