SUNY Virtual Events

SUNY will host the following Information Sessions in August:

How to Apply to SUNY
Wednesday, August 12, 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday, August 26, 3:00 p.m.

Which SUNY Are You?
Wednesday, August 19, 3:00 p.m.

EOP Information Session
Thursday, August 13, 3:00 p.m.
Thursday, August 27, 3:00 p.m.

Financial Aid Session
Friday, August 14, 6:00 p.m.

Students can register at  or by calling 1.800.342.3811. We will continue to provide you with monthly updates on programming.




Virtual College Tours

How to take a Virtual College Tour


Click here for virtual field trips and AR experiences:

Google Expeditions  


CUNY Virtual Tours:


SUNY Virtual Events include:

  • SUNY Information Sessions featuring 40+ Campuses
  • Which SUNY Are You? Information Sessions
  • Financial Aid Information Sessions

Students can register for the above events at or by calling 1.800.342.3811. Additional campus events can be found on our Visit a Campus page.

NYS Excelsior Scholarship

The NYS Excelsior Scholarship application is now available!  Please be reminded that students must complete the FAFSA and TAP applications prior to the Excelsior Scholarship application.  Additionally, students who are eligible through the NYS DREAM ACT must first apply for the DREAM ACT as well as NYS TAP.  DREAM ACT eligible students should NOT file a FAFSA.

Resources and Activities

Please  click the following for information:

 AACAP Coronavirus Resources.docx 


Northwell Cohen’s Medical Center

See attached flyer for FREE ZOOM sessions : “COVID-19 and Mental Health for your Children A live presentation for parents.”

 Northwell Health Summer Brochure.pdf 

How To Help Children with attention Problems Navigate Remote Learning 



National Association for College Admissions Counseling

***For high school seniors and parents****

Corona Virus and College Admissions

Equity Issues
  • National Center for Learning Disabilities offers a guide for educators and guide for parents for online learning for students with learning disabilities.
  • Common Sense has curated a list of tools to assist children with special needs or learning differences that should be helpful to parents during school closures. 
Mental Health and Coping

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19

Child Mind Institute
Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus 

Crisis Management Institute
COVID-19 Resources for School Counselors

National Association of School Psychologists
Talking to Children About COVID-19: A Parent Resource

National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement
Pandemic Response Resources

National PTA
Resources for families concerned about remote learning and stress and anxiety related to COVID-19.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Resources During COVID-19



Career Exploration

  • Everfi offers free online courses for K-12 students on financial education, STEM, career readiness, health and wellness, social-emotional learning, and more.he Original Ned Show offers “fun stuff for home,” including printables about responsibility, making good choices, etc. 
  • In terms of free resources for a variety of learning or enrichment needs, note that for younger students, free streaming is available from Pluto TV and Kanopy, the Metropolitan Opera offers free access to nightly streaming and Scholastic Learn at Home is offering 20 days of free access (up to three hours per day). 

Girls Inc. Of Long Island

Girls Inc. Virtual Ruby Gala: Celebrating 15 Years!

November 5 @ 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM



Working Papers

Students in Need of Working Papers please follow the below steps. 
1. Click on the link below and fill out the working papers form and email it to either or Once they receive the form they will confirm with the Health office your medical record and then they will set up a google meet meeting with you. 
2. At the google meet meeting you must provide either a birth certificate or passport.  At that meeting they will let you know when you can pick up your working card. Picking up working cards is by appointment only and after the above steps are taken. 
If you have any questions please email the above email addresses. 

SUNY Virtual Information Sessions


Join admissions representatives from SUNY campuses and receive answers to your questions about academics, student life, athletics and more. Each session will last approximately 45 minutes.

Please register at


Academic Planning 2020-2021

Students it is imperative that you email your school counselor to schedule an appointment regarding your course schedule for the 2020-2021 school schedule.

Click the following Course Description Lists below for more information about each class offered:

 AP Capstone.docx      Art and Music.docx  English.docx  Math.docx  Occupational Education.docx  Phys Ed Health.docx  Social Studies.docx  World Languages Course Descriptions.docx  SCIENCE.docx   Special Education Courses  

Online ACT and SAT Test Prep

 Khan Academy Prep:


Practice-Tests-1$10 Virtual Practice Tests

Take a full-length official ACT or SAT at home and receive a full score report. You will be timed just as you would on the real test.

 ACT Practice Test Sign-Up

SAT Practice Test Sign-Up


2020 AP Exam Schedule


 AP Updated Exams Times and Location.docx 

AP Parent Webinar:

SUNY Old Westbury STEP Program

SUNY Old Westbury is looking to identify students that are interested in participating in their STEP Program. STEP is a free program that is  funded by the New York State Education Department. The goal of the program is to increase the number of historically underrepresented and economically disadvantaged students and prepare them to enter college in the areas of mathematics, science, technology, and health related fields. The program is to encourage, support,  and improve academic skills and college readiness.  

Click for more information and application process>>>>> STEPOW Summer 2020 All Programs -Final.pdf 

Pre-College Summer Programs

 Nassau County High School Summer Enrichment Program

Please click for flyer: High School Enrichment_Summer Session 003.pdf 

The School of The New York Times Summer Academy

The NYC Summer Academy gives intellectually curious high school students the opportunity to live and learn in New York City while studying topics in journalism, media, technology, arts, culture, sports, fashion, business, science and more. Each two-week course draws on the expertise and unrivaled access of The New York Times and encourages students to take their learning beyond the classroom and into the real world. We encourage students from all backgrounds to apply to NYC Summer Academy

Application Link:

Consent to Release Student Information Form

Seniors: Please complete this form and return it to the guidance office.

This form is needed for Uniondale High School to send your transcripts and other college documents to schools you are applying to.