School Systems with the GRASP Program
TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH YOUR ADVISOR, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE.
To find your advisor, click on your school system.
Augusta County ■ Bath County ■ Brunswick County ■ Buckingham County ■ Charles City County ■ Chesterfield County ■ Town of Colonial Beach ■ City of Colonial Heights ■ Cumberland County ■ Dinwiddie County ■ Essex County ■ Goochland County ■ Hanover County ■ Henrico County ■ Highland County ■ City of Hopewell ■ King and Queen County ■ King William County ■ Lancaster County ■ Lunenburg County ■ Maggie L. Walker Governor's School ■ Mecklenburg County ■ Nelson County ■ New Kent County ■ Northstar Academy ■ Northumberland County ■ City 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 County
Susan Arritt ■ Gail Benjamin ■ Laura Boward ■ Ellen Brown ■ Velma Bruce ■ Paula Buckley ■ Kelly Chambers ■ Sharon Cox ■ Yvonne Crenshaw ■ Kathy Davis ■ Laurie Deadrick ■ Vera Dixon ■ Cheryl Edlow ■ Marianne Feeney ■ Wanda Folk ■ Patrice Gilliam ■ Phenie Golatt ■ Barbara Hassett ■ Lisa Herbert ■ Lynne Hess ■ Brenda Jackson ■ Joannalyn Jordan ■ Hedy Keller ■ Jeannette Kinde ■ Joyce King ■ Retsy Kitchen ■ Blair Lauver ■ Mary Evans Lott ■ Michelle McQueen ■ Donna Millhouse ■ Sandi Morgan ■ Leeann Neely ■ Jill Phillips ■ Paula Powell ■ Howard Price ■ Bonnie Reynolds ■ Letitia Seymour ■ Rosalyn Shands ■ Jennifer Spain ■ Mila Spaulding ■ Denise Spears ■ Susan Teerlink ■ Barbara Threatt ■ Miriam Tice ■ Renee Vandevander ■ Martha Vick ■ Cynthia Williams ■ Joyce Williams ■ Debra Winn ■ Patty Wood ■ Ronda Zukowsky
For additional support, contact Anne Michie, director of advising, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 profile, scholarships, and special circumstances to help you make your post-secondary education goals a reality.