The CCHS Counseling Office is pleased to introduce Naviance Student – a mobile-friendly, comprehensive website that students can use to make plans about colleges and careers. Naviance Student is linked with Naviance™, a service that we use in our office to track and analyze data about college and career plans, so it provides up-to-date information that’s specific to our school. Naviance Student allows students to:
- Get involved in the planning and advising process – Build a resume, complete online surveys, and manage timelines and deadlines for making decisions about colleges and careers
- Research colleges – Compare GPA, standardized test scores, and other statistics to actual historical data from our school for students who have applied and been admitted in the past
- Research careers – Research hundreds of careers and career clusters, and take career assessments
- Create future plans – Create goals and to-dos, and complete tasks assigned by the school to better prepare your student for future college and career goals.
Naviance Student also lets us share information with students about upcoming meetings and events, local scholarship opportunities, and other resources for college and career information. For assistance in using some of the more popular features in Naviance, please check out the video tutorials below.
Naviance Student Tour and Overview
Common App Account Matching
Request Transcripts in Naviance Student
Letter of Recommendation Requests
To acces their Naviance account, students should do the following:
- Students should log into their Chrome Book.
- On their Chromebook, students should log in to CLEVER. After they are logged into Clever, the students need to look for CTAE.
- Under CTAE, there is a small green ICON called NAVIANCE. Click NAVIANCE and across the screen, it should read, "Welcome (student name)..."
NOTE: The CCHS Counseling Office is focused on getting the class of 2020 acclimated to Naviance in time to complete their college applications. We will introduce the features and tasks for underclassmen later this school year.