COVID-19 College Planning

Below are our current resources to help you do college planning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Click here for a list of free, on-line ACT/SAT test prep resources.

  • At the bottom of this page are current COVID-19 web site links that we’ve identified as being helpful.

  • FastWeb has useful COVID-19 information here.

  • Toward the bottom of this page are 2 videos we recorded with COVID-19 Q&A.

  • Click on the “Resources” tab above to see additional resources.

  • Click on the “Join or Donate” tab above to sign up for remote, one-to-one Mentors 4 College mentoring

  • Click on “Home” above to see what else is going on at Mentors 4 College.

Here are our recommendations for how to use your time for college planning:

For All Students:

Create a structure to your day

Set your alarm, exercise, eat meals at regular times, get your schoolwork/classwork done

Keep your grades up

Explore intellectually


Learn something new/find a new passion

Take an online course in either an offbeat field or a current field of interest

Already have a passion? Do a deeper dive: read up on it, research its history, write something about it, …

Build something from scratch. Could be a bookcase or a loaf of bread

Explore a new art form

Know everything your iPhone can do? Ever shot a short film on it?

We’d love it if you’d shoot a quick video about your college aspirations, planning your Mentors 4 College mentor!

Send it to

Grow something indoors (or if this lasts awhile, move outdoors!)

Help fix things around the house

Have concerns or questions? Contact your Mentors 4 College mentor

COVID-19 Q&A Videos, Parts 1 & 2:

List of COVID-19 related web sites. Most recent ones listed first

On-Line Visits to 600+ Colleges & Universities , Ivys to Community Colleges


Lots of great information on the St Louis Graduates COVID-19 web page


List of Virtual College Admissions Events Hosted by Colleges


StriveScan Virtual College Fairs


List of colleges that have extended their deadlines for Early Decision and Early Action deadlines:


NACAC’s college admission status update page. Keeps track of what colleges are doing what with deposit dates, tours, etc:–publications/newsroom/college-admission-status-coronavirus


AP online exam schedule, list of the AP tests and the dates/times they will be given online.

Important things to know:

1. Students should log on to their test 30 minutes before test time

2. The test will run 45 minutes

3. The test will be open book

4. To see the content featured on the test, students can expand the course tabs underneath the exam schedule


Useful scholarship web sites:







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