Can I afford to go to a private college? What should I do in high school to prepare for college? Is college worth it? What is the FAFSA? What kind of colleges are there? What does “liberal arts” mean? What factors should I consider when choosing a college? What types of financial aid are available? Can I get college credit for classes I take in high school? Are student loans a good investment? Can I go to college in Indiana if I’m an undocumented student? How and where can I find scholarships? What scholarships should I apply for? ACT and SAT – Which should I take? How many times should I take them? How do colleges pick who gets accepted? Do colleges have resources for students with disabilities? Do I need to graduate in four years? When will I know my true out-of-pocket costs? Does college prepare me for a job? Are college visits important? Where can I live when I go to college? Is it better to take an AP class and get a C or a regular class and get an A? Where can I use my 21st Century Scholars scholarship? How many colleges should I apply to? What can I do after I graduate college? What does “career services” mean? What if I don’t know what I want to major in? What is an internship? What is there to do in college besides taking classes? What if I don’t know what to do after I graduate college? How does college support my success? Welcome to the College Q&A Toolkit! ***Thank you to Luis Pérez Lerchundi for translating some of our content into Spanish.