Learn more about the Common Application, Common Black Application and the Coalition Application.
Over 900 colleges and universities utilize this one application to ease the frustration of having multiple applications to submit on different websites. Check the college list to determine if the schools you plan to apply to are using the Common Application. Common App Help
Students can apply to any number of 55 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) with the Common Black College Application for only $20.
Coalition for college is a college research tool as well as an application that allows you to apply to any of the 150+ Coalition member schools, easily and efficiently.
Direct links to the SAT and ACT websites, study tools and test optional information.
Due to the continuous changing landscape of college admissions along with the stresses of Covid, many colleges have moved to test optional. Before deciding whether you want/need to take the ACT/SAT, check each individual school’s testing policy.
Tools and resources to assist in paying for your postsecondary education.
As a US Citizen or eligible non-citizen, you can use the FAFSA to determine your financial need and eligibility for federal grants and/or loans.
The CSS Profile is an application for non-federal aid. Many private schools utilize this application as well as some private scholarships. See the CSS Profile website or the college website to determine if you should apply.
The Colorado Application for State Financial Aid will allow individuals who do not have lawful immigration status to apply for state aid that can be used at Colorado public colleges and universities.
Websites that can help you determine which school is the right fit for you. These are great tools for all grade levels.