The BH-BL counseling center is here to help students and parents navigate the college application process. Below are links to materials that you may find helpful. Please feel free to call us at (518) 399-9141, ext. 83320 if you'd like more information or assistance.
The page is sponsored by the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities.
FairTest finds that more than 830 four-year colleges do not use the SAT I or ACT to admit a substantial number of bachelor degree applicants.
A great site for career and financial aid planning.
Finding your perfect college fit doesn't need to be a major headache. We've compiled search tools for some of the best colleges and universities.
Visit the College Board, request a profile application, or apply for college online. (BH-BL code is 331140)
Get information on ACT exams and register to take the test.
Here you'll find hundreds of pages of articles about choosing a college, getting into the college you want, how to pay for it and much more.
Links to college and university homepages around the world that offer undergraduate programs.
Information on all the SUNY colleges, universities and technical schools.
A website that connects students with U.S. government services, information on careers, planning an education and paying for college.
Develop an interest inventory and learn about how many career options are available to you. Develop a career plan based on your interests and abilities. Steps: Go to website, click on "My Portfolio" at the top of the page. New users: click the "New User" button and enter Career Zone. Go to #2 "My Interests" and then to #1 "Start New Interest Profiler."
Site is designed to help you write resumes, do a work interest inventory and search for careers and colleges.
Explore career information at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Build a profile with employment, wages, skills and more. Find high-growth and high-wage occupations.