Resource Center: Announcements, Applications/Forms

Important Information & Event Handouts:

Naviance Family Connection
Your Number 1, go-to site for all things college!  A comprehensive website for all high school students and parents to help organize personal data and facilitate long-term college and career planning.
The program features detailed information & links to colleges outlining: admissions information, academic information, costs, financial aid & scholarships, student body profiles, athletic programs, extracurricular activities, college rep visit schedules, and more.  Supermatch is an outstanding internal tool that matches colleges to students based on an extensive series of questions.  Naviance Login
If you do not have an account, contact Jenni Kimball in the Borah College & Career Center for your access code at


College Admissions Visits to Borah - Be sure to check the College and Career calendar or Naviance for upcoming visits.  This is a great time for students to meet the College Admission Representatives and get information about schools they are interested in.

Online ACT/SAT Test Prep -
This online program offers lessons taught by several instructors, sample test questions, practice tests, and more.  The program is worth $350, but Idaho High School Activities Association has partnered with eknowledge and that fee is waived for our students.  There is a $19.99 fee that covers materials, student support, and other costs.  To access this program, link to  


Military Academies- learn more about support for a variety of career paths by linking to 
ROTC Programs- link to

Western Undergraduate Exchange-  WUE is the Western Undergraduate Exchange, a program coordinated by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). Through WUE, students in Western states may enroll in participating two-year and four-year public college programs at a reduced tuition level: up to 150 percent of the institution’s regular resident tuition. In all cases, WUE tuition is considerably less than nonresident tuition. For answers to many of the commonly asked questions about WUE, visit

Common ApplicationThe Common Application (also referred to as Common App) is a college admission application used by approximately 700 schools across the country.  It is important for students to know if the schools they are applying to use the Common Application. Common App schools can be seen here:
To start a Common App application go to this link:

Coalition ApplicationThe Coalition Application includes a set of free online college planning tools that helps students learn about, prepare for, and apply to college. Over 113 colleges and universities accept the Coalition Application. A list of schools that accept the Coalition Application is available by linking to
To fill out an application, create an account at

NAIA- Learn about athletic eligibility requirements and more at

NCAA- Discover requirements for playing sports at the next level

Idaho College Campus websites:

Boise State University  
Explore more about Boise State University by linking to:

Brigham Young University - Idaho
Find out more about BYU Idaho at: 

College of Idaho- See if College of Idaho might be a fit for you at:

College of Southern Idaho
Discover opportunities at:

College of Western Idaho - Take a personalized tour of the CWI campus location of your choice to learn what it’s like to be a student at CWI.  Choose one of CWI’s locations in Boise or Nampa and let us know what you are interested in so we can personalize your tour. 
Register at
Learn more about College of Western Idaho at:

College of Eastern Idaho - Learn what CEI has to offer at:

Idaho State University - 
Discover more about Idaho State University at:

Lewis & Clark State College - Saturday visits
Link to to schedule a visit.
Explore more about Lewis & Clark State College at:

North Idaho College - Explore programs at NIC at:

Northwest Nazarene University- Discover more about NNU at:

University of Idaho
Learn more about the University of Idaho at: