• Scoir

    Union County Public Schools is pleased to announce that we have implemented a new college guidance management system called Scoir (pronounced "score").

    This new, modern online system will streamline the process of requesting, processing, sending and tracking the electronic delivery of all application-related documents. More importantly, it's much more helpful for students and parents during the college search and selection process. On Scoir, colleges come to life through pictures, videos and links that highlight active student clubs and organizations. This better enables students to identify colleges that are a good fit with their personal and academic interests, which increases college retention.

    Scoir also provides parents with useful financial calculators so you can determine the likely cost of attendance at different colleges and consider the affordability when deciding where to apply. These features, along with more convenient scheduling and communication tools, will help keep everyone informed and engaged throughout the college application process. Scoir exists to help more students achieve more positive outcomes, and we're excited that our students have access to this system and the opportunities it provides.

    Scoir is now ready! Students should click the Scoir icon on the student startup page and log in with Google to get started.

    I'm a senior...what do I need to do in Scoir?

    Scoir for Senior Parents Webinar Recording

    Helpful Documents for Students and Parents

    Every student will also be enrolled in a Canvas course specific to their graduation year. Additional resources regarding a College Application Timeline, access to virtual tours, and more is available there.

    Mobile Applications

    Click the icons to download the app on the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

     app store

     ios student

    ios parent

     google play

     google play student

    google play parent


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