COVID Virus Information

NACAC College Admisstion Status Update

National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) 

College Admission Status Update During Coronavirus Outbreak

[Per Wendy: This chart will be of most use to seniors, but also to any student who planned to visit a college campus this spring or summer. Check back often as updates are made. Seniors, be in touch with the admissions offices of the colleges you are considering to get the most up to date information!]

As a service to students and families, NACAC is providing this online tool as a central resource for information about changes in college admission events, deposit dates, and more as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

The chart below includes updates from colleges and universities worldwide.

  • To narrow your search, select the “+” symbol next to any category. 
  • To sort your results, click on the column title (for example, click on "Institution Name" to sort alphabetically by college name). 

This tool will update in real-time as we receive input from postsecondary institutions. 

We hope this resource will make it easier for students and others to navigate the college admission process during this unprecedented time.

Taken from NACAC’s website from url shown above.

Effect on AP Exams, SAT and ACT

March 20, 2020

AP Exam Changes Due to Coronavirus: For TEA students registered to take 2020 AP exams - this info was issued today by The College Board. 

Please read new directive from College Board asap. You should also be hearing from your AP course provider soon with details as well.


College Board Updates: Check this site for updates to College Board’s updates to its coronavirus policies. The May SAT is cancelled, but check here regarding the June test date.

ACT Updates: The ACT does NOT have a dedicated page showing updates; instead, it shows test cancellation information on its homepage, so check there frequently as your test date approaches. The April test date has been cancelled and the next date is June 13.

Stay calm as you stay on top of these changes. I know these changes are extremely challenging for everyone, especially high school students and their parents and teachers. 

Hugs to all,