ACT Online Registration: All students who plan to take the ACT on their own (outside of the school-required March test date for all juniors) will need to register and pay for the test by creating an ACT web account.
NCAA Eligibility Center: Students planning to play Division I, II, or III sports in college must create an NCAA account and submit transcripts of required core courses their junior year. The NCAA Eligibility Center website provides detailed information about this process as well as the requirements to participate in collegiate athletics.
University of Wisconsin System: The University of Wisconsin System includes 13 four-year universities, 13 freshman-sophomore college campuses, and statewide UW-Extension sites. Visiting the UW-System website provides comprehensive information about each location as well as helpful resources for selecting a best-fit UW College.
UW-Help: Students and parents looking for resources about admissions, paying for college, selecting majors and careers, and other post-secondary topics related to the UW System can be found on the UW-Help website.
National Association for College Admission Counseling: This organization provides admissions advice and resources for the college search process.
Affordable Colleges Online - Wisconsin: This listing of Wisconsin colleges provides search results and college rankings.
Wisconsin's Private Colleges: The Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities provides information about all of the private colleges in the state.
Wisconsin Technical Colleges: The Wisconsin Technical College System provides information for 2-year colleges and degree/career preparation programs.
Minnesota's Private Colleges: For students interested in the 17 independent colleges in Minnesota, visit their association website.
Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM): The ACM is a consortium of fourteen liberal arts colleges located in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Colorado who collectively focus on residential liberal arts education as the best preparation for life in a rapidly changing world. The ACM website includes information about student programs and off-campus study offered through those member schools.
The Princeton Review: Find information about test prep for college entrance exams, college search information, and online tutor support at The Princeton Review website
College Board: The College Board is a mission-driven non-for-profit organization that connects students to college success nad opportunities. The College Board is the parent organization for the SAT and Advanced Placement Program and serves the education community through research and advocacy on behalf of students, educators and schools.
Peterson's: Peterson's provides information about the school you're considering attending, tips and strategies for test prep, help with preparing your student loans, researching universities, or information on what college life is like.
College Source: For a digital database of 100,171 college search catalogs, visit the College Source website.
The Common Application: The Common Application is a not-for-profit, member organization committed to the pursuit of access, equity, and integrity in the college admission process. Students can complete one application and submit it to nearly 700 colleges.