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Virtual Guidance & COVID-19 Resources

Please use the resources below as general reference for academic items pertaining to the COVID-19 situation.
 
 
Cialfo Online University Fair
Students can engage with 200+ presenting colleges and guest speakers from Common App, NACAC, and the College Board across two days. Register here.
 
The College Board (SAT & AP Exams):
 
Collegewise Virtual Tours and Information Spreadsheet:
Utilize this extremely detailed and informational spreadsheet to find quick information about thousands of schools and easily find links to virtual tours and resources.
 
Long Island Spring College Virtual Expo & Guide:
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the annual Spring College Expo for this year had to be cancelled. Please use their online resources, provided here, to still explore participating colleges and access the digital College Fair Guide publication.
 
NCAA Student-Athlete Eligibility:
For information on changes to NCAA eligibility, click here.
 
New York State Education Department (Regents Exams):
 
ROAM Virtual Admissions Workshops:
A variety of workshops are being offered to students and families in this admissions workshop series, including topics such as: making college choices in a virtual world, the college essay, going out of state, and more! Register on this Google Form for any workshops you wish to participate in.
 
SUNY Virtual Events:
Utilize the links below to explore virtual offerings from the SUNY system in exploring SUNY colleges and universities. Additional information and instructions on how to register can be found at the full events and activities page on the SUNY Virtual Events site. For responses to Frequently Asked Questions, click here.
 
Test Optional Institutions:
To view the most current list of colleges not requiring SAT and/or ACT test scores as part of the admission process, go to this consolidated list here or the Fair Test website here.