Rio Grande City Consolidated Independent School District College & Career
The mission of RGCCISD College and Career Advising Program is to promote academic success, and career evolvement leading to a successful post-secondary educational experience and/or a career.
To prepare our students to discover and explore their interests and to equip them with the knowledge, skills, dispositions, and confidence necessary to successfully complete a post-secondary education resulting in a career path of their choice.
Important Links Below:
A College Planning Guide for Texas Students
Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form to apply for financial aid for college or graduate school.
The Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA) is used to collect information to help determine eligibility for state financial aid programs that are administered by institutions of higher education in the state of Texas. Students that are classified as a Texas Resident who cannot apply for federal financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are encouraged to complete the TASFA.
MyCoalition is a set of free, online college-planning tools that helps students start early and stress less on their path to college.
With anytime, easy-to-use access, MyCoalition empowers students to learn about, prepare for, and apply to college.
But it’s not just for students: Counselors, teachers, parents, and anyone else who supports students can use—and benefit from—MyCoalition, too.
Going to college is a big step, but there are lots of smaller steps to take along the way. You can use this guide as your roadmap as you chart your journey to college.
The pieces of your college application add up to give admission officers an idea of who you are. Find out what you need for your college applications and how to put the pieces together.
ApplyTexas offers 8 different admission application types and one scholarship application. Most high school students will use either the 2-Year application to apply to community colleges or the 4-Year Freshman application to apply to college and universities that grant undergraduate degrees.
Common App is a non-profit college access organization that helps students apply to college every year. Common App’s free college application tool is designed to make applying to college faster and easier. With Common App you only need to use one system to apply to multiple colleges and universities. There are two main parts you fill out: a set of common questions and each college’s own specific questions.
Below you can find the contact information for the College & Career Advisor at each campus. For scholarship and other information pertaining to your campus please visit their college and career website by clicking on your child’s school logo.