College and Career Information

  • MCIS (Minnesota Career Information System) is a website that ISD 728 students are using in High School Advisory for College and Career Exploration.  IMPORTANT:   High school students are required to complete all of the items on their MCIS Grade-Level Checklist in order to receive a passing grade in Advisory. This grade will go on their high school transcript; which is what students send to colleges their Senior year. Click the following PDF which shows how students login to MCIS and what the expectations are for students to complete:    MCIS- How to Login and access your grade-level checklist           

    IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE LOGGING IN USING THE LINK RIGHT ABOVE THIS-   MCIS has been experiencing technical issues. So here's another way you can get logged in to MCIS 360.

    • Google Search "MCIS".   It stands for Minnesota Career Information System. Or you can just click this Link-
    • Click "Log in with Clever" towards the bottom,  then Login with Google
    • Then when you are in the old version of MCIS;    in the top right click   Go To >> CIS360.       Your MCIS 360 should look like this below.  You access your checklist by clicking on "PLP" in top center and then your grade level on left-hand side Blue Bar. You are required to complete all of these items in order to receive a passing grade.  A Green checkmark will appear next to the items as you complete them.



    Research has shown that family is one of the most important deciding factors in what a student pursues after they graduate from high school. Parents can have their student login to MCIS at home to view all of the different information that is available through the MCIS program. Students planning to attend a 2- or 4-year college after high school, please view the following PDF. It does a good job of showing the various academic programs that are available at all of the colleges in Minnesota. (Note: This document doesn't include the University of MN Colleges)  Help in Choosing your College pdf    

     Below are some websites to help guide you in making decisions for College: