College and Post Highschool Employment

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Post-Secondary Planning Resources

College and Career Planning Resources(Open external link)

Career Development Resources

Financial Aid Resources

College Board(Open external link) is a private company, which administers the PSAT and SAT exams, as well as the Advanced Placement program.

Important Test Dates, Deadlines & Resources:

PSAT/NMSQT dates(Open external link) - Overview(Open external link)Resources(Open external link)Educator Guide(Open external link)

SAT Reasoning Test dates(Open external link) - Toolkit(Open external link)"Why Take the SATs?"(Open external link)

SAT Subject Tests dates(Open external link) - Overview(Open external link)

Resources for Students:

Big Future - College Ed & Planning Program(Open external link) - for middle and high school students.

CollegeAtlas.org(Open external link) - This website provides relevant information about colleges and higher education opportunities worldwide.

CollegeWeekLive(Open external link) - The website features a listing of virtual events (here(Open external link)) for students, families, & schools. For additional information or to schedule a "private tour" session, please contact Joanna Grubman (jgrubman@collegeweeklive.com, 617-938-6013). (Open external link)

City University of New York (CUNY)(Open external link) provides high-quality, accessible education at 24 New York City campuses(Open external link),         which include senior and community colleges, as well as graduate and professional schools, and research centers.


CUNY Admissions:

CUNY Application(Open external link)

CUNY Assessment Tests(video(Open external link) and CUNY testing webpage(Open external link)

Undergraduate Admissions Deadlines(Open external link)

CUNY Programs:

CUNY Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP)(Open external link) helps students earn an associate degree within three years.

CUNY Start (Open external link)- a low-cost, intensive full-time program providing an alternative to typical remedial classes offered to CUNY students needing preparation in reading, writing and math before entering credit classes.

ROTC(Open external link) - CUNY is expanding Army Senior ROTC opportunities and Military Science class offerings to students in CUNY's system. CUNY students will have no obligation to enroll and cadets may become eligible for an allowance of up to $500. For further information, contact Captain Christopher De La Torre at 212-650-6478 or cdelatorre@ccny.cuny.edu.

Students in Temporary Housing/Unaccompanied Youth

Receive the maximum allowable financial aid available for higher education.

NAEHCY Unaccompanied Youth Toolkits(Open external link)

NYSTeachs- Accessing College for Students in Temporary Housing(Open external link)

Undocumented Students available resources, as well as rights.

College Board - Repository of Resources for Undocumented Students(Open external link) & Advising Undocumented Students(Open external link)

CUNY - Information for Undocumented Students(Open external link)

NASSP - Undocumented Students