College Resources

Naviance Student

What is Naviance Student?

Access Naviance Student by logging into Blackboard FCPS 24/7 for up-to-date information from the College & Career Center:

  • College Visits
  • Special Events and Programs
  • Scholarship and Financial Aid Assistance
  • Explore College & Career Opportunities
  • General help with life after high school

College Application Process & Resources

  • Transcript Request Forms & Due Dates
  • Letters of Recommendation:  To request a letter of recommendation, students must complete the Student Information Form and the Parent/Guardian Input Form and give to his/her counselor three weeks prior to the college or scholarship deadline. Parents and students please use this form to request a letter of recommendation from your counselor.

College Visits & Events

Juniors and Seniors are eligible to attend college visit presentations given by the admissions representative from a particular college or university. These sessions are approximately 30 minutes and are held in the College & Career Center, unless another location is specified.

Students who would like to attend a presentation should:

  1. Login in to Blackboard, click on Naviance Student, click on College tab then click on College Visits. Sign up for the colleges in which you are interested. Once you receive the confirmation message, please print that page.
  2. Get permission and signature from your teacher at least 24 hours in advance of the visit for the class you will miss. You are responsible for any missed assignments.
  3. Bring the signed confirmation page with you to the presentation. You will not be allowed in without one. Attendance will be taken.

Going in person to visit a College or University? 

Helpful Tips and Checklist for College Visits

Financial Aid & Scholarship Information

Financial Aid Champion, Katrina Rowsey (@email), is available to meet with students and parents/guardians throughout the year in the College & Career Center to assist in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the CSS Profile.

College & Career Center