So, you've already filled out the online application? Congratulations! That means you are now a Crosby Scholar! Now what?

First, check your e-mail, to make sure that your application was successfully submitted. You should have received a Welcome email from us at the e-mail address you provided on your application. In this e-mail, you should also have received a temporary password and instructions about how to sign in to your Crosby Scholars account. (If you did not receive a confirmation e-mail, your application may not have gone through. Contact our office immediately.)

The next step is to sign in to your student account. Follow these instructions to log-in and complete the next steps to remaining a Crosby Scholar.

Follow this url: my.crosbyscholars.org
Login with your email address and the temporary password that was sent to you.
(If your temporary password expires before you sign in, please contact our office at 

Once you’ve signed in for the first time, you’ll be asked to create a new password (with a minimum of 6 characters, using at least one number and one capital letter). [Password ideas: your initials with your student ID #, like Ab1234.]

Make sure to write down or save your new password somewhere safe for later.

It's important to sign in to the student portal regularly and keep your account and information up to date. Most colleges accept students online and provide online student accounts, like ours. So, we are preparing you for the college admission experience right from the start!

Once you've successfully signed in, you must register for at least ONE Crosby Academy event. Please select the Saturday that works best for your (and your family's) schedule. Register online and make sure to attend! Participation is required in order to remain a Crosby Scholar.

Welcome to Crosby Scholars—you’re going to love it! We will be sending you emails and updating your account about events and opportunities, so please make sure to check your email and sign in to your account often.

Click below to access the program in your area

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