Need Help Planning for College? My College Options® can Help!
Have you ever been overwhelmed with the college selection process? Have you longed for a site that allows you to review several colleges in one single location? My College Options® is the solution for you! My College Options® is the nation's largest college planning program, powered by the National Research Center for College & University Admissions (NRCCUA®). This free, online community offers assistance to students, parents, high schools, counselors and educators nationwide by exploring a wide range of postsecondary opportunities, with special emphasis on the college search process.
"A crucial element of our comprehensive program is providing students access to knowledge and resources about all postsecondary experiences," said Ryan Munce, Vice President of NRCCUA® .
Students have the opportunity to create a personal online college and career planning profile, where their individual needs, talents, abilities, goals and interests are matched with the offerings of over 5,000 accredited postsecondary institutions across the United States. Along with the college match, students have access to valuable information about paying for college, types of institutions, career exploration, how to apply to college, and much more. Parents can use My College Options® to find answers to their college planning questions. They are provided with newsletters, articles, and other resources that will inform and support their involvement in their child's college search process. High school counselors receive access to personalized college and scholarship match reports for their students, online reporting and updates on their students' profiles, classroom materials, and free online resources for guidance office websites that can be downloaded HERE.
NRCCUA® is a non-profit education research organization based in Lee's Summit, MO. For nearly 40 years, NRCCUA® has conducted the largest nationwide survey of high school students, which serves as a communications link between college-bound high school students and public and private colleges and universities. For more information, visit www.mycollegeoptions.org.