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Higher education can be overwhelming

Luckily for our members, it’s hard to miss the academic resources provided by their trusted local credit union.

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What do I need to go to college?

There are multiple steps to take once you decide to further your education. According to Coursera, some things you need to consider are:

  • Standardized Testing
  • Academic Transcripts
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Personal Statements and Essays
  • Applications and Fees
  • Financial Information

The sooner you can prepare these items, the smoother the application process may go for you. It’s also best to create a timeline so you have definitive deadlines to achieve some of these items. In most cases, it’s better to begin sooner rather than later. BigFuture explains that once you’ve chosen to go to college, you should start preparing as soon as the summer before your Junior year of high school to get ahead of the curve.

College is unique for everyone

Whether you choose to go to a university, community college or trade school, there are endless options available to high school students to prepare for and receive a higher education. Whichever you decide, your local credit union is here to help you every step of the way! 

Student Resources

SAT & ACT Prep

Taking placement tests such as the SAT, ACT and AP exams are only the first step towards pursuing a college degree. CollegeBoard provides tips to help you ace that test and review your completed test scores.

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Find a College

Unsure of where you’d like to go to college? College Finder can aid in your search for a higher education based on the degree you’d like to pursue, the type of institution you’re interested in and geographical placement.

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Financial Aid

Paying for college can be overwhelming – when you sign up for financial aid through FAFSA you ease the financial stress of higher education, as well as taking a look at our available student loan programs and refinance options

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Scholarship Search

There are many different avenues of financial aid you can seek to help pay for college. After applying to the YEFCU Dave Baker Scholarship, you can access BigFuture’s database of over 24,000 scholarships based on qualifications such as no required essays and scholarships for underrepresented students.

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The first step of your financial journey is just a click away.

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