For College and Career Success
myOptions is a non-profit organization that provides free assistance and valuable resources to millions of students, their parents, and high school faculty and mentors nationwide. The myCollegeOptions® program is the nation’s largest free college planning program.
myOptions provides access to free college and career planning tools, advice, as well as insight into available scholarships to help you navigate your post-secondary life.
myOptions is the nation’s largest free, voluntary college and career planning program. We offer assistance and valuable resources to millions of students, their parents, and high school faculty and mentors nationwide. Specifically for secondary educators, myOptions Encourage is a free technology platform with progress-monitoring dashboards and research that empower you to guide your students to college and career success.
Getting into College is Now as Much Fun as Being There!
Create Your Profile
Select “Sign Up” and create a myOptions profile. You’ll start by identifying all the features you’re looking for (or want to avoid) in a school.
Review Your Matches
Get a customized list of schools categorized as a “Reach,” “Target,” or “Likely” school based on your academic profile. Save schools you like to your profile to explore later.
Stay on Track
Get suggested tasks based on your grade level and semester to keep your college planning on track throughout high school.
Get Great Advice
Access hundreds of free advice articles on topics that range from how many times to take a college assessment to what not to write your college essay about.
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