Below are a few resources for you to access and view if you are thinking about going to college after high school.
- Big Future by The College Board is a great resource to narrow down college choices or explore school and major options.
- CollegeView is a website that features articles and helpful information on a range of topics from the application process to financial aid and more.
- Number 2 offers students access to comprehensive free online test preparation courses for the SAT, ACT, and GRE.
- NCAA Clearinghouse offers a guide for student athletes. If you are thinking of playing sports in college, it is important that you become familiar with this site.
- AP Credit Policies gives a list of which colleges award AP credit and how it is transferred in.
- Fair Test provides a list of schools that do not use SAT or ACT scores for admissions.
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Resources for BIPOC, LGBTQIA , Womxn, and Latinx students
History of historically black colleges & universities
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Join the Great Plains Black History Museum for their monthly Lunch & Learn on the history of historically black colleges & universities.
CampusPride's National Scholarship Database
A list of scholarships, fellowships, and grants for LGBTQ and ally students at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
CampusPride's Best of the Best LGBTQ-friendly campus list
Campus Pride chooses this list based on specific inclusive LGBTQ-friendly benchmarks for policies, programs, and practices.
U.S. Department of Education's College Completion Toolkit
With more than half of all new jobs in the next decade requiring postsecondary certificates or degrees, finishing college should be a central goal of all students.
Study.com's Student Scholarships
A list of academic awards and scholarships for students with wide-ranging backgrounds, identities, and academic goals.
Scholarships for Women
A well-curated list of scholarships specifically for womxn.
Resources for Undocumented Students
WASFA - Washington Application for State Financial Aid
Eligibility for the Washington State Need Grant has expanded to low-income, non-citizen students who meet the program’s income and residency requirements. Students unable to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) due to immigration status may instead complete the free Washington Application for State Financial Aid. The Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA) is for undocumented students who are unable to apply for federal aid. The application opens every year on October 1.
This website hosts the nation's largest college access and success program for DREAMers.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Scholarships & programs for Latino/a youth. Documented and/or undocumented.
Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund
Resources for paying for college, including a booklet of scholarships that may or may not need documentation.