Students considering NCAA Division I or II athletics must complete the NCAA Clearinghouse process. Visit the Eligibility Center to create an account and learn if your athletic goals will require completing this step.
Athletic recruiting and scholarship availability are not as simple as some advisors make them seem. This website provides basic information and points athletes in the right direction to find additional help with the recruiting process should they wish to access it.
This guide is helpful for setting expectations regarding funding, travel, proper documentation, and all of the other challenges that international study can present students. They have a strong social media presence as well.
The TOEFL Exam is required for international students whose education was received primarily in a language other than English. Use this resource to learn about the exam and how it will be used in the US college admissions process.
National Portfolio Day is actually a season of events throughout the US where art students are invited to present their portfolios to admissions representatives from art schools and programs all over the country. The fall schedule of events is announced each March.
First in the Family is a site intended to help students planning to attend college whose parents do not have college degrees. As this can present unique challenges, the site focuses on addressing common concerns. Checklists for each year of high school are provided to keep students on track.
UMass Dartmouth has offered a tremendous program for low-income and/or first-generation college students for over twenty years. The program helps students at risk for not graduating to develop the skills they need for college success right from their first semester. Massachusetts residents who meet eligibility guidelines can apply.