School Systems with the GRASP Program


To find your advisor, click on your school system.

Augusta County ■ Bath County ■ Brunswick County ■ Buckingham County ■ Charles City County ■ Charlotte County ■ Chesterfield County ■ CodeRVA Regional High SchoolTown of Colonial Beach ■ City of Colonial Heights ■ Cumberland County ■ Dinwiddie County ■ Essex County ■ Goochland County ■ Halifax CountyHanover County ■ Henrico County ■ Highland County ■ City of Hopewell ■ Isle of Wight CountyKing and Queen County ■ King William County ■ Lancaster County ■ Lunenburg County ■ Maggie L. Walker Governor's School ■ Martinsville CityMecklenburg County Nelson County ■ New Kent County ■ Northstar Academy ■ Northumberland County ■ Patrick CountyCity of Petersburg ■ Powhatan County ■ Prince George County ■ City of Richmond ■ Richmond County  City of Staunton ■ Sussex County ■ Virginia Home for Boys and Girls ■ City of Waynesboro ■ Westmoreland CountyWilliamsburg-James City County

GRASP Advisors

Janet AndrewsSusan Arritt ■ Gail Benjamin ■ Shirell BlountLaura Boward ■ Ellen Brown ■ Rosslyn BrownVelma Bruce ■ Paula Buckley ■ Kathy CarterKelly ChambersSharon CoxYvonne Crenshaw ■ Kathy DavisLaurie Deadrick ■ Vera Dixon ■ Cheryl Edlow ■  Marianne Feeney ■ Wanda FolkPatrice GilliamPhenie Golatt ■ Barbara Hassett ■ Lisa Herbert ■ Charlene Herrala ■ Brenda JacksonGloria JohnsonJanice JohnsonJoannalyn JordanJeannette Kinde ■ Joyce King ■ Retsy Kitchen ■ Deborah LaineBlair Lauver ■ Mary Evans Lott ■ Michelle McQueenBeth Metcalf Sandi MorganJanie Moyers ■ Leeann Neely ■ Jill Phillips ■ Paula Powell ■ Howard PriceBonnie ReynoldsLetitia SeymourRosalyn Shands ■ Cynthia Smith-WilliamsJennifer SpainMila Spaulding ■ Denise Spears ■ Susan Teerlink ■ Miriam Tice ■ Renee Vandevander ■ Martha VickJoyce Williams ■ Debra WinnPatty Wood ■ Ronda Zukowsky

Spanish-English Bilingual Advisor Conchy Martinez

For additional support, contact Anne Michie, director of advising, at 

GRASP Advisors are adept at navigating the college financial aid system and the processes required to make a post-secondary educational plan a reality. Advisors work without charge to the students and their families primarily through individual in-school meetings. They also present financial aid seminars in libraries and other public forums. Advisors access institutional, federal, state and community resources.  Advisors are typically available one day a week, through high school counseling departments or career centers, to meet with students and their parents or guardians.

Your GRASP Financial Aid Advisor will help you with: the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the CSS profilescholarships, and special circumstances to help you make your post-secondary education goals a reality.