College and Career Planning

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  • CollegeBoard.Org
    The official home page for the organization that administers programs such as SAT, PSAT, AP and the CSS Profile. An essential tool for post secondary planning.

  • ACT Registration Deadlines
    ACT testing dates and registration deadlines

  • NEW SAT ESSAY POLICIES by COLLEGE
    NEW SAT ESSAY POLICIES by COLLEGES- a listing by state of the SAT Essay policies by each college or university

  • eCampusTours.com
    eCampusTours.com is a college planning web site featuring 360° x 360° virtual campus tours of over 1200 college campuses. Each campus tour allows you to see what college life is really like through panoramic photographs.

  • GuidanceDirect.com
    GuidanceDirect.com is a career and college search engine affiliated with Mattituck High School. Students must login to use this site. They can obtain the login and password from their guidance counselor.

  • HESC
    New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC). HESC helps people pay for college. HESC guarantees federal student and parent loans, offers loan management services, and provides guidance for college planning. In New York state, HESC also administers the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) and other state specific grants and scholarships.

  • MyMajors.com
    MyMajors.com is the place to go to gather information about choosing a major, a minor, or to investigate the possibility of a double major. MyMajors provides extensive information about programs of study in a wide variety of majors. You begin with a fifteen minute interview, entering data, experience, and high school courses. MyMajors analyzes the information, matching interests and experience. You'll receive a list of six possible majors for your consideration. By using Major Information Pages, you can learn about the qualities in common for courses that comprise the major, and what jobs are available to students who graduate with this major.

  • National Merit Scholarship Program
    Information about the National Merit Scholarship Program for students taking the PSAT/NMSQT test.

  • Petersons College & Scholarship Search Engine
    A comprehensive college and scholarship search engine

  • PSAT
    The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) is a program cosponsored by the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). It's a standardized test that provides firsthand practice for the SAT®. It also gives you a chance to enter NMSC scholarship programs and gain access to college and career planning tools.

  • SAT Registration Deadlines
    SAT Registration Test Dates and Deadlines

  • The Common Application
    The Common Application is a not-for-profit organization that serves students and member institutions by providing an admission application - online and in print - that students may submit to any of our nearly 300 members.

  • The Princeton Review
    The Princeton Review helps students, parents, and educators achieve the best results at every stage of their educational careers. By focusing on preparation and practice, we help students improve their performance in the classroom and on standardized tests. Through our website, we help parents, teachers, students and schools navigate the complexities of school admissions.

  • NCAA Clearinghouse
    Comprehensive information on college athletic requirements including registration instructions for initial and final eligibility status for Division I and Division II college athletics

  • College Results
    Federally reported data where students can pull up one college at a time; ask for a list of 25 "similar" colleges; or pull up a list of all of their choices and review data about 4,5 & 6 year graduation rates, retention rates, cost, size, and even break down the information by race and gender.

  • www.berecruited.com
    Considered one of the largest and most successful online networks connecting high school athletes and college coaches. Students and parents can: Create a profile to market your ability to college coaches, Research athletic scholarships and college academic standards and find the college program that is right for you

  • Rights and responsibilities for students with disabilities applying to college
    Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities

  • College resources for students with LD or AD/HD
    Whether you are a teen with LD or AD/HD if you are college-bound you will find this resource list invaluable.

  • College Info for Students with Disabilities
    There are significant differences between high school and college that students and parents need to be aware of. The most significant difference stems from the fact that the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) does not cover disability services at the higher education level. Coverage under IDEA expires when a student graduates from high school or turns 21, whichever comes first. This change in the law impacts the services that are provided to students in college and the ways in which students access those services. It is vitally important that students and parents are aware of these changes as far in advance as possible.