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College Information

Jumpstart Your College Career PowerPoint

DHS Profile

Information given here explain the grading system, graduation requirements, and the different types of diplomas a student can earn at Douglas High.

My College QuickStart

Any student who took the PSAT exam is eligible for free on-line resource: My College QuickStart

My College QuickStart is a free personalized planning kit based on the students test results. Students can take the next steps toward college with these features:

  • An on-line PSAT/NMSQT score report, including projected SAT score ranges, state percentiles and the power to sort answer explanations by difficulty and question type.
  • A customized SAT student plan.
  • Personalized lists of colleges, majors and careers.
  • All the college and career exploration tools on My Road.
  • Students can gain access to this exciting new tool by visiting Here the student will create an online account and enter the access code found on their official Score Report Plus.

    Use to help your student reach his/her important education and career goals, as well as have a successful experience preparing for and applying to college.

    Financial Aid

    To apply for financial aid, use the electronic filing at or by calling 800- 433-3243.

    To obtain a pin number: (Parent and Student)

    For more information, please contact the counseling office at 782-5136 x1019.

    Millennium Scholarship

    Seniors who are planning to attend to a college or university in-state in Nevada, can apply for this scholarship. Information about eligibility and requirements are all here.

    3 Level Scholarship Process

    Go to our Scholarships page on the school website to be informed on the scholarship process and to view our list of scholarships.

    Nevada System of Higher Education

    This website includes information on the following colleges:

  • Community College of Southern Nevada
  • Great Basin College
  • Desert Research Institute
  • Nevada State College
  • Truckee Meadows Community College
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • University of Nevada, Reno
  • Western Nevada Community College

  • UNR Admissions

    To view the requirements for UNR admissions and other information, click here.

    Wolf Pack Wednesdays from 3:00-7:00 p.m. at the Welcome Center, located on the first floor of the Joe Crowley Student Union. During Wolf Pack Wednesdays we’re opening our computer lab to help students with:


    ·         Applying for admissions

    ·         Submitting transcripts and immunizations

    ·         Activating their MyNEVADA account

    ·         Accepting admissions

    ·         Completing Advanced Registration

    ·         Submitting/making corrections to the FAFSA

    ·         Completing Financial Aid Verification

    ·         Registering for Nevada Bound

    ·         Applying for on Campus Housing

    ·         General questions

    University of California System

    Researching the University of California System: The University of California system includes ten campuses, three national laboratories, five medical centers and many facilities throughout the state. This one website is a link to all the Universities of California. Sign on to:

    Researching the California State University System: The California State University system has 23 campuses, 405,000 students and 44,000 faculty and staff. The following website is a link to all the California State Universities:

    Western Undergraduate Exchange

    The Western Undergraduate Exchange is a program through which students in participating states may enroll in designated two-year and four-year public institutions and programs in other participating states at a special, reduced tuition level. Tuition for WUE students is the regular in-state tuition plus 50 percent of that amount. Un al programs, the cost to WUE students is substantially less than nonresident tuition. Students do not need to demonstrate financial need to receive the WUE tuition benefit.

    WUE is a “decentralized” program in which the student applies to the institution of his/her choice, indicating that WUE status is desired, and the institution responds directly to the student. The student obtains application materials from, and submits the application for admission to, the institution in which he/she desires to enroll.

    The student must mark prominently on the application for admission that he/she seeks admission as a WUE student.

    For more information, please visit the website at

    NCAA / Starting Class of 2016

    College-bound student-athletes first entering an NCAA Division I college or university after graduating high school, will need to meet new academic rules in order to receive athletics aid (scholarship), practice or compete during their first year. Click here for the new rules and requirements.