Please note: The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has impacted the college search and application process. Please review the recent updates below and the tabs that follow for more detailed information.

For ACT Test Takers: Many July test sites have cancelled their July test administrations. With this cancellation, ACT has added additional test dates in September and October. Students will receive an official notification from ACT with important instructions and next steps. Registration for these fall test dates will open the last week in July according to the ACT website. We encourage you to check back for the latest updates and resources or view the Frequently Asked Questions directly at the ACT website.

For 2020 Graduates and Rising Seniors: Want to know the decisions universities and colleges are making for enrolling in Fall 2020? Curious how the impact of COVID-19 will affect the admissions process for the Class of 2021? Please check out NACAC's College Admission Status Update tool here for answers to all your questions.

Registration for Fall 2020 SAT dates is NOW open. All students in the high school class of 2021 have access to register now for the August 29, September 26, and October 3 administrations. For more detailed information, please click here.

Rising Seniors: Now is the perfect opportunity to begin asking your teachers for letters of recommendation for your college application process. We hope you find the video helpful! More additional tips can be found in the Class of 2021 tab below.
Check out the numerous college and university virtual information sessions below. Students are encouraged to attend these virtual sessions to help you navigate the college search and application process for the upcoming year. As we continue to be updated with new sessions, we encourage you to visit the College and University Virtual Information Sessions tab below. 
Although these changes may cause concern, please know that colleges have already displayed vast flexibility during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please feel free to email us in the College Counseling Office with your questions and concerns. We are ready to help.



Updated 7/9/2020