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According to the National Association for College Admission Counseling, there are nearly 500 institutions that are still accepting applications for fall 2020.

Discover careers and majors based on your interest and PSAT/NMSQT or SAT scores with this tool from Roadtrip Nation® and the College Board.

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Tips & Resources


We know that coronavirus has created new and unexpected challenges as you plan for college, so we’re here to help you stay on track as you plan for life after high school—all from the comfort of your couch. 

We’ll continue to update this page with resources and guidance as we work with school counselors, colleges, and other College Board members to make sure you have what you need to keep planning for college during this time.   

We’re here for you. And above all, stay safe.  

Class of 2020: Being stuck at home doesn’t mean being stuck in planning for college.

You’ve wrapped up your senior year and are planning for your first semester of college. That's a lot to handle on a normal day, but we've got your back. Here are three things you can do now to stay on track—just be mindful of any deadlines set by colleges!  

Access Resources on Campus

Most colleges offer services that students can use when they need help with personal, social, health, financial, or other issues.

Get Support

We’ll continue to update and add resources as they become available. 

Double-Check Important Dates and Deadlines

Use this tool to help you find college updates on decision and deposit dates, along with their summer and fall semester plans.  

Stay Informed

Volunteer While at Home

There are different ways to volunteer this summer. You can consider donating your time or skills to support elders, friends, and family.

Explore Ideas

Compare Your Financial Aid Awards

This tool can help you figure out which financial aid package is a good fit for you. Enter details on up to four colleges to get a comparison.

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How to Make a College Decision in the Midst of Coronavirus

Follow these tips to help you navigate choosing a college, especially if you’re concerned about the impact of coronavirus on your future plans.

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Complete Your FAFSA if You Haven't Already

The U.S. Department of Educations Office of Federal Student Aid (FSA) provides more than $120 billion in financial aid to students each year.

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Two Things You Can Do at Home to Get Ready for Your First Year