• Applying to college can be a daunting and time-consuming experience.  There are several resources available to help you organize your information and more easily apply to several colleges at one time.


    Coalition  The Coalition for Access, Affordability and Success


    The Coalition for Acces, Affordability and Succes allows you to establish an account called MyCoalition:

    MyCoalition is a set of free online college planning tools that helps students learn about, prepare for, and apply to college. With an easy-to-use application, interactive collaboration space, and convenient digital storage locker, MyCoalition empowers students to make smart college choices for success in school—and beyond.

    You can establish your account as early as freshman year to accumulate and organize the information you will need to apply to college.


    Common App The Common Application

    You can use the Common Application to apply to over 700 colleges throughout the country, without having to reenter the same information on each new application.



    Common Black College Application

    The Common Black College Application

    The Common Black College Application makes your application available to all of the fifty-three HBCU member institutions.  

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    SAT or ACT If you plan on attending a four-year college you will most likely need to take the ACT or SAT.


    Here's a link to information about Standarized Test Preparation.



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