myOptions is a non-profit organization that provides assistance and valuable resources to millions of students, their parents, and high school faculty and mentors nationwide. Learn more about myOptions below!
myOptions is a non-profit organization that provides assistance and valuable resources to millions of students, their parents, and high school faculty and mentors nationwide. We offer the nation’s largest free college planning program—myCollegeOptions®—which helps students create timely connections to the colleges and universities of their choice.
Specifically for secondary educators, myOptions Encourage is a complimentary technology platform with progress-monitoring dashboards, custom reports, and education-specific research that empowers you to lead your students to college and career success. Check your students’ progress, monitor and advise on educational opportunities, and help students make informed post-secondary decisions.
How can myOptions be free?
When there’s no cost to something with great value, it’s pretty natural for people to wonder how it can be possible. But it’s critically important to us that the programs provided by myOptions always remain complimentary to all students, parents, and high school professionals so that everyone can access the information they need.
So how do we do it?
myOptions is part of a larger, non-profit organization, ACT | NRCCUA, whose mission is to inspire lifelong learning and career success. As a non-profit, we are able to reinvest our higher education membership fees back into the myOptions programs, so students will be able to access our tools, guidance, and advice at no cost.
Interested in career opportunities?
Does the idea of helping students every day get you excited? Are you passionate about the student journey from high school to college and beyond? If so, visit our careers page to learn more.
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