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Information for Students & Families

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Student & Family Messaging

Plan Your Future on These Trusted WSAC Websites

There is no shortage of college and career-planning advice out there, especially online. Some is good, some is…not-so-good. So where can you find information that is correct and clear? The Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) offers trustworthy web resources that can help you find the right education and career path for you.

  • WSAC Website
    Review WSAC’s Plan Your Future page for information and resources on college planning, career exploration, financial aid, apprenticeship, and more. Learn about Washington’s state financial aid programs and how to apply for financial aid.
  • College & Career Compass
    Explore your options with the College & Career Compass. This web-based tool will help you identify educational pathways that can lead to promising careers and a brighter future. 
  • GEAR UP Student & Family Resources
    Access free college planning resources on the GEAR UP website. GEAR UP links to quality materials and websites about planning your path, paying for college, visiting campuses, and building a support system.

Learn more and plan your future using WSAC websites and online tools.

Related Resources

WSAC’s ReadySetGrad website was retired in November 2021. The site’s most-used content for educators and advocates can now be found on the WSAC website:

College Bound Scholarship: Flyers, presentations, and access to the College Bound portal, among other resources for middle school and high school counselors and other partners.

12th Year Campaign: Training and materials for educators and advocates to help students in their communities apply for college and financial aid.

WASFA: Application for state aid only, for people who are undocumented or who do not qualify for federal aid because of their immigration status, and in limited circumstances for others who cannot or choose not to file a FAFSA.

RSG Has Moved to WSAC

Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) sends regular messages to our partners and stakeholders with resources and information about college planning, financial aid, and more. Feel free to use this content—as-is or edited for your audiencein emails, newsletters, social media, or other materials. No attribution is necessary.