Navigating the process of going to college for the first time or going back to college may seem overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be – we’re here to help! This website will help you get the basic information you need to start the process. However, you also have access to personalized assistance and guidance from a Reconnect Navigator. Connect with a Navigator
What is a Reconnect Navigator?
Reconnect Navigators are a single point of contact that can help you navigate the path to college. They provide free, institution-neutral college navigation services, career exploration tools, and assistance with understanding financial aid & college costs. Reconnect Navigators can also help you select a college and a major that fit your interests and career goals. Once you’ve enrolled in college, they will continue to support, guide and encourage you until you graduate.
What is a Re-entry Navigator?
Re-entry Navigators are Reconnect Navigators who specialize in identifying resources for and supporting justice-involved students (a student who was previously incarcerated or has interacted with the justice system). Re-entry Navigators provide college navigation services onsite at eight Tennessee state prisons. They also partner with many state and non-profit organizations in the free world and can connect previously incarcerated students with services in their community. Connect with a Navigator
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