College Planning Resources


MSHS College Planning Guide - College and Career Planning website. Get your login from your counselor, or Careers teacher - Information on NJ Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarship (Student must rank in the top 15% of his/her class) - Database of NJ Colleges and Universities showing all majors and minors offered - Allows students and parents to take virtual tours of selected college campuses -  Provides reviews, videos, and articles about top colleges and universities - Comprehensive website developed by the US Department of Education that provides general information to assist those in deciding whether college is right for them  - Register for the SAT and send scores online; create personal profile and narrow college search  - Valuable college & career search tools, scholarship information, blogs, and more Comprehensive directory of colleges, universities and online schools -  Allows students to apply electronically to many schools using one application - Resources for students who wish to attend NJ colleges and universities  - College search, targeted scholarship search, and more - Assists students in searching for and determining a college major. Takes into account high school experiences and personal values - Offers a college search quiz that generates a list of possible colleges/universities based on location, tuition range, school type, etc. - The accuplacer is used by many colleges, including BCC, as a basic skills placement test - Pre-College Summer Program Opportunities for Students - Features search engines for 2 and 4 year colleges in additon to the ability to search for colleges by major


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STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES - Video clips, activities, information, and additional resources about living college life with a disability. - This website has direct links to the Offices of Disability Services at New Jersey colleges as well as direct links to the counseling support services at these institutions. - Articles and resources for educators, parents, and others concerned about children and adults with learning disabilities and ADHD. - Connects and integrates students with disabilities with a virtual community to ask questions, share concerns, etc. - Colleges with programs for learning disabled students

Transitioning to College (from an IEP to a 504) Powerpoint



Students wishing to play sports in college should register with the NCAA Clearinghouse.
Go to for more information. Some materials from that site are posted below.

Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete

NCAA Eligibility Quick Reference Guide

Division 1 and Division 2 Worksheet