myOptions Programs

myOptions includes many programs for students and educators. All student programs are available when a student creates their profile on our website or via our iOS app, which is free in the Apple App Store. Educators can access their schools’ information when they participate in the program and are provided with a login for myOptions Encourage. As always, all myOptions programs are free to students, their parents and high school professionals.

Student Programs

myCollegeOptions is the nation’s largest, free college planning program. Students are provided with free advisory content and tools to help them navigate their post-secondary planning journey. They can also invite a mentor to join them on their post-secondary planning journey.  Educators, such as counselors and superintendents, can access the no-cost myOptions Encourage platform to see aggregated real-time dashboards and insights about your students’ responses to the myOptions programs.

Coming soon: myCareerOptions will help students in their career discovery journey by matching them to ideal career options and providing information and insights on how to pursue their chosen career path.

Figuring out how to pay for college is huge part of college planning. We want to help with that!  myScholarshipOptions provides students with scholarship matches based on their unique academic profile and college preferences.

Coming soon: myMajorOptions will help students in their major discovery journey by matching them to ideal majors based on personality and interest inventories. Student will also be able to learn more about specific majors and search for colleges based on their intended major.

Create your student profile today!

Educator Programs

myOptions Encourage is a free technology platform for secondary educators to drive their students to college and career success. High school professionals, such as counselors and superintendents, can access the platform to see aggregated, real-time dashboards and reports and provide insight about your students’ plans, aspirations, and gaps.