Welcome to the UHS CCMR Center
WHAT IS CCMR?
College, Career and Military Readiness (CCMR) is about preparing students for life after graduation. It is made up of curriculum, resources, programs and activities that help students have the tools they need to enter college or the workforce. CCMR is integrated into the everyday culture of UCISD and is supported by state guidelines, partnerships with higher education organizations and businesses.
HOW DO WE PREPARE YOUR CHILD?
CCMR is important from elementary to graduation. Our academics are structured to prepare students for advanced learning after high school. We provide opportunities for students to gain college and career readiness through our dual credit, Advanced Placement, Early College High School and Career & Technical Education programs. These opportunities allow students to discover and plan for their future.
WHAT SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE?
The CCMR Center has resources available to help students with college and career planning. Mrs. Brewer is available by appointment for individual advising with students and families. In addition, she offers monthly college/FAFSA nights. Families and students can come and receive assistance with their college application process, scholarship applications and completing the FAFSA. Mrs. Brewer has multiple resources available for students and families to assist in researching colleges, military enlistment, careers, career interest inventories and workforce information. Call or email her with any questions or schedule an appointment to meet with her individually.
NAVIANCE COLLEGE & CAREER PLANNING PORTAL
All UHS students have access to Naviance. Naviance is a student portal that will assist students in career exploration and college planning. If you need more information on finding Naviance on your district issued Ipad, you can find that here or ask your high school counselor for assistance.
Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form to apply for financial aid for college or graduate school.
FAFSA opens October 1 each year.
NEW TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY (TEA) FAFSA GRADUATION REQUIREMENT STARTING FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR
In 2019, the 86th Texas Legislature established the new requirement for Texas students to complete a financial aid application (or formally opt out) in order to graduate. The State Board of Education (SBOE) adopted rules related to the new requirement in January 2021.
House Bill 3 (HB3) Implementation: FAFSA Application
Beginning with students enrolled in 12th grade during the 2021-2022 school year, each student must do one of following in order to graduate:
* Complete and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
* Complete and submit a Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TAFSA)
* Submit a signed opt-out form