Additional Resources for the 2020-2021 School Year.

    The college application process can be overwhelming, and even more so this year, when everything is different. Your first resournce at Lincoln is your counselor, but if you need more help, you can check out ASPIRE under the Counseling tab on the website or email our ASPIRE Coordinator, Audrey Yue at ayue@pps.net. If you need college essay help, email Amy Loy aloy@pps.net. If you want to discuss your career options, email our Career Coordinator, Shannan Fasold at sfasold@pps.net. Our goal is to help Lincoln Seniors navigate this process with a minimum of stress and anxiety. Together we can figure out your best strategy for applying to college, develop a timeline and work on your personal essays. Whether you are undecided about going to college or want to go out of state or out of the country, we can set up a google meet and figure it out together. 


    Here are some links to get you started and help you figure out which options will work for you. You can also find more information under the Financial Aid/Scholarships Tab:


    Khan Academy is a great place to begin. Here is a link to their Master Timeline for College Admissions:



    Oregon Goes to College is a great resource for the options in Oregon, including checklists and information specific to Oregon colleges and universities. http://oregongoestocollege.org/


    Many colleges use the Common Application, which you can use to apply to multiple schools. Learn more about the Common App at https://www.commonapp.org/

    Find schools that are a part of the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) program: https://www.wiche.edu/tuition-savings/wue/ 


    Do you want to learn more about how to pay for college? Oregon has the Office of Student Access and Completion, known as OSAC, to help all students and families figure it out. You can learn about the Oregon Promise, ASPIRE and other programs. Helpful links to FAFSA, scholarship opportunities and more.  Go to https://oregonstudentaid.gov/.