Resources for College Bound Students

The college application process can feel overwhelming at times; however, here are some resources that can make the your journey more manageable and successful.

These websites provide valuable information registering for standardized tests (SAT and ACT), and exploring various colleges and universities.

Many colleges use the Common Application, which allows students to apply to multiple schools with one application. 

Applying for financial aid can be complex. Using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will determine your eligibility for federal aid, such as grants, work study, and loans.

All student-athletes must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center, formerly known as the NCAA Clearinghouse. This process verifies academic and amateurism requirements. Create an account during your junior or senior year of high school. This is where you will enter your personal information, academic history, and athletic participation details.

The College Board's CSS Profile is used to determine your eligibility for institutional aid, such as grants and scholarships.

Applying for scholarships can be a great way to fund your education and reduce the financial burden of college.