View the Workshop Presentation
If you can’t attend a local or online workshop, you can view this chapterized, self-paced, audio-enabled presentation at your convenience on any device connected to the Internet.
A Quick Reference Guide (.pdf/508KB) (opens new window)
A quick reference guide to critical dates and programs from the College Board. This printer-friendly and condensed PDF, puts all the test dates, fees, registration and contact information, and much more at your fingertips.
What’s New for 2014-2015 (.pdf/1.59MB) (opens new window)
This brochure outlines all the College Board programs’ key updates and changes that every counselor needs to be aware of for the 2015-2016 school year.
10x10 - The 10 things Counselors can do... (.pdf/927KB) (opens new window)
With 10 Months left to apply to college, here are the 10 things counselors can do to help their students. This resource helps provide students with tips and checkpoints to keep on track throughout the college application process.
SAT Resource Center for Educators
Featuring the SAT Counselor Toolkit, this site has everything you need to get students ready for test day and beyond. Includes: student and parent outreach templates, test security information, a college planning presentation, SAT Counselor Registration Report access, SAT Subject Test Fee and Waiver information, and much more!
Access to Opportunity™ (A2O™)
A set of targeted initiatives designed to identify and break down barriers that prevent students — particularly low-income college-ready students — from applying to and enrolling in colleges that best fit their academic credentials and where they can succeed and thrive.
All In Campaign
The College Board’s All In campaign aims to ensure that every African American, Latino, and Native American student who is ready for rigorous work takes an AP course or another advanced course.
4 or More™: 10 Things Effective Counselors Do (.pdf/560.53KB) (opens new window)
This resource helps you help students find at least four colleges that are a good academic fit. It includes links to valuable resources.
College Application Fee Waivers
Every income-eligible student who takes the SAT will receive four fee waivers to apply to college. This initiative is possible thanks to the generosity and trust of both member and nonmember colleges.
FREE, comprehensive college planning website that improves the college planning process for all students.