College Resource Links

School Code: 052986
  • A-G Guide
  • All California Colleges
  • Western Undergraduate Exchange - Information on enrolling at participating two- and four-year college programs outside of their home state at a reduced tuition rate.
  • NCAA - College Athletics
  • ACT Assessment & Writing Tests - Official site for students to register for the ACT, obtain test scores and more.
  • SAT Reasoning & SAT Subject Tests - College Board is the official site for students to register for the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test), search colleges, obtain information about AP exams and more.
  • Free Test Prep
  • Assist - This website helps students gather information about the transfer requirements for California community colleges, CSU's and UC's.
  • California Community Colleges - Official site for students to research information about community colleges in the state, learn about various programs and apply for admission.
  • California State University (CSU) - Official website for the CSU system. Students can search information about campuses, eligibility requirements, apply for admission and more.
    • CSU Planner - This planning tool allows students to input their classes in advance of applying for admission. It is very helpful for those wanting to know if they have met minimum eligibility requirements when it comes time to apply for college.
  • The Chronicle of Higher Education College Completion - This site provides data to students on what the average time frame is for college graduation. In many situations, students are taking longer than four years to graduate. The information is broken down by school and race/ethnicity.
  • College Data: Your Online College Advisor - This site provides students with general information on college acceptance under the Admission selection. Within 19 areas of selection are items such as grades, rank, test score, character, etc.
  • The College Solution - This website provides resources to students and their parents about topics such as paying for college, financial aid, choosing colleges based on financial aid packages they provide and more.
  • GPA Calculator - When calculating GPA for admission purposes, many colleges use only grades from sophomore and junior year. This tool will assist students with accurately calculating their eligible GPA.
  • College Scorecard - The U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard has the most reliable data on college costs, graduation rates, and post-college earning.
  • Early Assessment Program (EAP)
    • EAP Status - Lets seniors know if they are already determined to be deemed college-ready.
    • ELA - Links to exam prep, current college-ready status and more in regards to English college readiness.
    • ELM - Links to exam prep, current college ready status and more in regards to Math college readiness.
  • Forbes Magazine Value Ranking - This ranking looks at institutions based on what students get out of them, such as value, ability to graduate in for years, career possibilities, etc.
  • My Majors - Help in finding majors right for you.
  • California Career Zone - Official site from the U.S. Department of Labor to allow students to explore careers, complete an assessment, and use other tools to help make smart money choices.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook - Official site from the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Students can find occupational information here on hundreds of various careers, trends in employment and more.
  • University of California (UC) - Official website for the UC system. Students can search information about campuses, eligibility requirements, apply for admission and more.
    • UC Admission Factors - A list of admission factors for the University of California (UC) system and how they are viewed at each campus.
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