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The College Application Print Page

The Common Application

Here is the Common Application for those of you not actually applying to a college.

Other Helpful Websites

  • The College Board
    This website will help you browse various colleges and universities. There are also tools to help you plan for scholarships and careers. You can also register for the SAT through the College Board.
  • SAT Registration
    Here, you can register to take the SAT and find SAT preparation resources.
  • ACT Registration
    Here, you can register to take the ACT and find ACT preparation resources.
  • FAFSA- Free Application for Federal Student Aid
    This is the US Government's Financial Aid application. This is a general form that all college students MUST complete if they want to be eligible for financial aid. It is FREE. Do not EVER pay to fill this out.
  • The Common Application  
    The Common Application is ONE application for several colleges. Save on the individual fees by filling out one application!

College Application Instructions


For this part of the assignment, simply go to the college websites of the colleges that you plan to apply to and read about the admission requirements and application process. Each website will be unique. If you haven't already applied, then complete an application. If you have already completed the application, then simply submit verification or a copy of your completed application for this part of the portfolio.

If you do not plan on going to college, then simply fill out the Common Application.


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