Experience a NEW type of campus tour

If you don't have the time to make a physical visit to the college campus, try a virtual tour.
Go to https://www.youvisit.com/collegesearch to see if you college has a virtual tour available for you.


Want to learn more about the college?  Do you want to find out how much your ACT scores and GPA are worth?  Check out this site to find about more.    College Navigator

DUAL CREDIT CLASSES – You must fill out a Transcript Request Form from Metro (English Comp, Spanish, Advance Biology)  in order to receive college credit at the college you plan to attend.  

          MCC Transfer Request Form                           

Only YOU can sign the form. YOU must send it to the college you will be attending. You will not receive college credit if you don’t do it.
The Request From may be sent after June 1. It takes time for grades to be processed.

Future Educator?
To be admitted to a Nebraska teacher preparation program, candidates must take and pass the Praxis® Core Academic Skills for Educators – a basic skills test that measures reading, writing, and math skills to determine a candidate’s readiness to enter a teacher education program.
With that in mind, I am asking those students who are considering teaching as a career to take the Praxis® Core test in their junior or senior year.
Praxis® results are good for 5 years!
Information about the Praxis® Core test can be found at: https://www.ets.org/praxis/about
Dates, times and testing center locations can be found at: https://www.ets.org/praxis/register
For information about Nebraska’s certification and requirements, visit: https://www.ets.org/praxis/ne
You may also contact Mrs. Hanel if  you have questions.




Transfer Nebraska provides students with a transparent and effective process for determining transfer credits. There are over 228,000 course equivalencies among the 16 Nebraska public colleges, community colleges, universities and several private colleges.  Most General Education courses are included.

One of the most significant advantages of Transfer Nebraska is that students, parents and counselors can determine if and  how dual credit courses transfer.  Visit  transfer.nebraska.edu to learn more.

Do you want to know how many of your credits will transfer to a college out of state?  Use the new tool Transferology.com
    It is FREE to use.  Set up an account, fill in the information for the college classes that you have taken and find out the percentage of the classes that will transfer to a different financial institution.

College Application

Does your college request an application fee? Once you apply, is there an interview requirement? Do you have to submit an essay when applying for admission? is a recommendation letter or personal statement required?
ll of these questions can be answered by viewing the ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS document at the bottom of this page. **This list only provides admissions information for Nebraska schools.