- Apply for admission to any Texas public university, as well as to participating community and private colleges.
- Apply for undergraduate, international and graduate admission.
- Copy a submitted application to another institution.
- Submit your application essays online.
- Apply for scholarships from participating universities.
- Apply for housing with participating universities.
- Search for and view both general and university?specific information.
Check out great information on our Chapin Counseling Center Website!
As of March 30, 2020, to order transcripts, please go to https://episd.scriborder.com
Meet our Guidance and Counseling Staff:
A - C Ralph Martinez
Google Number: 915-209-1310
D - HEN Cheryl Whitney
Google Number: 915-308-4496
HER - MEM Sonia Esquivel
Google Number: 915-308-3863
MEN- ROD Araceli Barrios
Google Number: 915-308-4141
ROG - Z Ashley Sheldon
Google Number: 915-302-0026
Counselor, Omar Munoz
C-5 Lab (B 118)
Google Number: 915-308-6477
Graduation Coach, Leticia Olivas
Office (B 128)
New this year! Seniors, you can file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid beginning October 1st using information from 2017 tax return(s). The new rules, announced last September, were put into place to simplify the process of applying for student aid and to encourage more students to apply. Check out the website so you will be ready to apply in early October: Fafsa.ed.gov
NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION:The NCAA Eligibility Center Student and Parent Guides can be seen at their website: www.eligibilitycenter.org This site will aid students in easily accessing the vital information with the registration and academic and amateurism certification processes.
The NCAA has three divisions. Students who aspire to compete in an NCAA Division I or Division II school should register with the Eligibility Center during their junior year of high school. All of these students must regularly talk with their counselors to review whether or not their course choices meet NCAA requirements.
I. ApplyTexas was created through a collaborative effort between the Texas HigherEducation Coordinating Board and the colleges and universitiesrepresented on the site. The goal of the project is to offer a centralized means for both Texas and non-Texas students to apply to themany outstanding post-secondary institutions available in Texas.
On ApplyTexas you can accomplish a multitude of tasks:
Please read through the informational pages of this website before you begin using this site.
Seniors are encouraged to visit Apply Texas website .
II. Common Application site
III. College for All Texans site