Resources for High School Counselors

College Planning Worksheets

Comparison Worksheet

Help parents evaluate benefits and focus on finding the best college for their child.

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Junior Year Checklist

College search and planning tips for you and your high school junior.

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Senior Checklist

Key deadlines during senior year, plus a summary of things to do to get college ready.

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Fast Facts

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Group Tours

On-campus tours. Select Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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Financial Aid

All Naz students typically receive financial assistance — totaling more than $34 million in 2022–23.


Percentage of students who participate in civic engagement initiatives locally and/or internationally, through community service, service learning, tutoring, and more.


Percentage of students who say participating in civic engagement projects increases their understanding of their ability to make a positive impact.


Thanks in part to the our award-winning SPARK Grant program, 22% of Nazareth students study abroad. That’s 13 times more than the national average.

Why Nazareth

For nearly 100 years, Nazareth has taken innovative approaches to address community needs and to provide opportunities that prepare students to create change in the world, to put values into action.

  • Careers with meaning: Nazareth prepares students “not just for a job. For your life’s work.”
    • Flexible education: 60+ majors and 80+ minors allows combinations that fit students’ interests, to personalize their education
    • Undeclared majors receive ongoing guidance through our Undeclared: Open Path Program
    • Nazareth’s uncommonly relevant core curriculum is integrated, experiential, and enables students to explore an “enduring question” that interests them, rather than requiring one pre-determined set of courses.
  • Personalized career coaching
  • Nazareth supports experiential learning by providing up to $3,900 for a SPARK experience (internships, research, study abroad), offering extensive international experiences, and helping connect students to international experiences, research, and internships.
  • Nationally recognized for student civic engagement.
  • Personalized, pro-active support. Students will be known by name and supported in their ambitions by a whole team, including their faculty mentors, academic advisor, wellness counselor, tutors, internship liaison, study abroad coordinators, financial aid pros, and their career coach.

Cool careers

Rewarding careers that high school students might not know much about: Cool careers »

After graduation: 58% employed; 27% in grad school at Naz; 13% in other grad school; 2% seeking

Student Outcomes

Most new alumni are employed or in graduate school 12 months after graduating.

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