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100 S. Glasgow

Dallas, TX 75214

(972) 502-4400

Woodrow Wilson College and Career Center

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Who we are

SMU College Knowledge at Woodrow Wilson High School provides a range of student services designed to promote and ensure student success with college transition into each student's best fit college or university.

Highlights of SMU College Knowledge Services

  • College admission guidance
  • College application assistance
  • ACT and SAT registration
  • In classroom and after school workshops
  • Career exploration and guidance
  • College and university visits
  • Parent workshops
  • Financial aid and scholarship application assistance
  • Financial literacy education
  • College admission essay assistance
  • Scholarship search assistance
  • College goal planning

Where we are

The College and Career Center (CCC) is located in Room 1201 and is open during regular school hours. You can come by the office and find information about scholarships, financial aid, college visits and more. We are here to help students and parents prepare for college at each stage of the high school career.

How we assist you

Your College Knowledge Coach is your partner to college success. They are a resource to help you navigate the college admissions and financial aid process. They are available to answer questions and help you reach your goals.

Woodrow Wilson HS College Knowledge Coach Contact Information

Agapito Flores Jr., M.Ed
Senior College Knowledge Coach
SMU College Access Programs
O: 214.768.3446|C: 469.324.9350
E: agapitof@smu.edu

Paying For College

presented on 1/11/2016 (as of 2017, the FAFSA can be submitted as early as October 1st)

College Acceptance and Scholarships

Visit the College Acceptance and Scholarships page to see a, to date, overview of the schools our Senior class applied and were accepted to, as well as the obtained scholarships.

Exploring College Options

See the two links for information on a select few colleges.

5 ivy league colleges offer local sessions for students and parents to learn more about their college options, see also www.exploringcollegeoptions.org.