12th Grade Forms

College Comparison Worksheet

DSA's Senior-Year College Planning Timeline

Four-Year Course Planner

CollegeBoard's College Advising Essentials, Vol. 1

Student College Planning Agreement Form

Parent College Planning Agreement Form

Formulario de Acuerdo PlanificaciĆ³n Universitaria (Padres)

Safety, Target, Reach Comparison Worksheet

NCAA Recruitment Calendar

How to Apply for College in the US as an International Student

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

5 Steps to Creating a College List: The five steps outlined in this article help find the college that best fits the student.

Guide for College Visits: One of the best ways to learn more about colleges is to visit their campuses.

36 Questions to Ask a College: When you're on a college campus, slow down and ask a lot of questions. Ideally, you'll want to talk with more than just the admission staff. Stop a few students during your stay, and ask them what they like and don't like about their school. If you can talk to a professor or two, even better. To make the most of your college visit, check out these 36 questions that you might want to ask.

Selective Service Registration: All male citizens of the U.S. must register with the Selective Service to be eligible for federal financial aid and related offerings.

After Acceptance: How to Finally Decide on One School: If two or more colleges or universities accept your application for admission, what should you consider to select the one school you choose to attend?

College Supply List: You'll need some equipment while away at college. This list provides a great start when it's time to pack.