This main TXGU webpage hosts a variety of information for multiple audiences: students, parents/family, and educators. The Student Hub
has college preparation tools for students (such as researching colleges, exploring career opportunities and deciding which classes to take in high school). The Parent Spot
has guides for parents to support their teens through the college process. This includes topics such as being an advocate for students to applying and paying for college. The Educators’ Lounge
has TEKS-aligned lesson plans and other tools to get students excited about and prepared for college.
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This website has specifically tailored college and career preparation information for students, parents, and teachers, Information is organized around four categories of resources: WHY go to college, PREP for college, FIND a college, and PAY for College. Individualized resources and pathways are explored for each grade level from seventh through twelfth grade.
This website is geared toward high school students and their parents. It contains information for college and career planning, as well as recommended questions for students and parents to ask their counselors at each grade level in order to stay on track to achieve their goals. It also provides links to additional resources about college and career readiness.