Testing Resources

If you’re preparing to take the SAT and/or ACT, here you can find practice tests.

College Fairs

College Fairs are one way to find out more about colleges and universities without visiting in person.  Check for dates of upcoming events.

Financial Aid

  • FAFSA – If you are applying for financial aid – you will need to submit this.
  • CSS – From the College Board, and requires a fee unless you qualify for a waiver.  Check if the school(s) you are applying for require this in addition to the FAFSA.

Academic Planning

Online Courses

The following are links to course providers outside of your school.  For any course, please confirm with your school on acceptability and eligibility of credits.

Application Portals

Some of the most common and popular application portals are listed.

College Research Resources

Here are some resources in which you can begin your college research – by selecting different criteria which are important to you.  Typically these will require you to set up an account.

  • Big Future (College Board)
  • CollegeXpress
  • Niche
  • Unigo – College and University ratings based on student surveys.
  • Campus Pride Index – This is a benchmarking or search tool for LGBTQ+ students to identify or determine the safety and environment of various academic institutions.
  • College Equity Index – Survey of various institutions’ campus culture, environment and safety for students of color.
  • Colleges That Change Lives (CTCL) – Organization that promotes a more student-centered approach to education that goes beyond typical rankings and dispels many popular myths about college choice.  There are 44 liberal arts colleges profiled that offer a transformative and meaningful educational experience for students.