COLLEGE PLANNING – ORGANIZATION AND GETTING STARTED – FEATURED RESOURCES

Google Doc: It’s A Plan College Workbook – Stay organized with your post-high school plans! This Google Doc workbook has tabs for college and scholarship application information, deadlines, and more. Using the link above prompts users to create a copy in their Google Drive so it’s ready to use.

Oregon Goes to College App – YES! Stay on track and store the information you need, including a secure area for passwords and Social Security numbers. There’s an app for that! Available for iOS and Android.

VIRTUAL NACAC COLLEGE FAIRS: The National Association of College Admissions Counseling (NACAC) invites high school juniors and seniors to connect with colleges and universities online. REGISTER TODAY!

  • Sunday, September 13 – 12 PM – 8 PM
  • Monday, October 12 – 1 PM – 9 PM
  • Sunday, October 18 – 12 PM – 8 PM
  • Sunday, November 8 – 2 PM – 10 PM

VIRTUAL FINANCIAL AID PRESENTATIONS – Free paying for college event/presentation is accessible to anyone with an Internet or strong cell phone connection. Participants will be able to personally and privately interact with financial aid officers from across Oregon via a secure chat room to ensure they can receive information about their specific questions.

SAT: SAT Registration and Upcoming SAT Test Dates

  • SAT Khan Academy – FREE – Use Khan Academy to create personalized practice tests for the SAT

ACT: ACT Registration and Upcoming ACT Test Dates

  • ACT Academy – FREE – Personalized practice tests for ACT Test Preparation
  • NEW CHANGES to ACT TEST in 2020 – Find out more HERE

***Many colleges/universities across the nation are not requiring college testing scores. HOWEVER, please check with each institution about their requirements. Many may not require SAT/ACT score for admission, yet may use them to decide scholarship awards. I would still encourage students to take an ACT/SAT this year.