Students First. Excellence Always. 

If you feel overwhelmed by the process of planning and paying for college, don’t worry. We can give you the resources and reassurance you need to achieve your dreams.

Check out upcoming events for helpful workshops such as our SAT Math Prep Program to help you sharpen your skills as you prepare for testing day. There is also information about other upcoming opportunities to learn more about the steps you need to take whether you want to attend college or develop the professional skills you need for your future career.

We can also help you learn more about college including helpful, step-by-step guides for navigating the application process and finding ways to help pay for it.



Students engaging during SAT Math Preparation.

SAT Test Preparation

University Crossroads is a leader in preparing students for their SAT. Students who participate in SAT workshops feel prepared for their future. Explore SAT test preparation and feel empowered in your future. 

Learn About College

If you want to go to a four-year university, community college, or professional training program, you'll need to take a few steps to make your dream a reality.

Texas Monthly College Guide

Texas Monthly profiled more than 74 Texas schools from A to Z. Compare schools. Learn about tuition, acceptance rate, and other demographics.

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College Search Series

The College Search Series is a program for high school students where DFW Admissions Regional Network provides all the information students need to navigate their college search as well as the opportunity to meet admissions representatives from institutions all over the country during the college fair portion of the event.

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Paying for College

Higher education pays off—allowing you to make more money as you achieve professional goals. That’s why it’s worth it to check out scholarships, work-study options, and loans to help finance this important step. Devise your plan and get schooled on paying for college.

FAFSA or TASFA Applications

Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA) supports students in receiving financial aid. Students who wish to apply for financial aid must meet certain general eligibility criteria to apply for most need-based financial aid. To be eligible for scholarships at college and universities students must complete FAFSA or TASFA applications.

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CollegeBoard Scholarship Search

Search for scholarships using CollegeBoard. Create a profile and find matches from over 6,000 programs, totaling over $4 billion scholarship dollars yearly.

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UTA Scholarships

UTA offers over $30 million in scholarships each academic year for students. We put our students and their needs first. This generous scholarship program is used to reward academic excellence and to improve college access. There are priority dates for merit-based scholarships. Students should prepare accordingly to be eligible.

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STEM Scholarships

Scholarships for students interested in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics can browse scholarships to assist in their financial need.

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FSF Case Study Scholarship

The annual Fashion Scholarship Fund Case Study Scholarship is the signature program of FSF. The scholarship topics change each year but always involve an in-depth student challenge that focuses on real issues facing the fashion industry today. Scholarship funds can be applied to any educational expenses such as tuition, summer intern housing, study abroad, etc.

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Friends of Texas Public Schools Scholarship

This scholarship is for graduating seniors who can use their voice and visual media (i.e., video) to share how their public school education has impacted them. This scholarship aims to highlight the “Great Things Happening in Texas Public Schools” from the student’s perspective.

Learn more About Friends of Texas Public Schools Scholarship