ACT Engage College

Actionable Insights to Help Students Persist and Achieve Academic Success

Important Engage College Product Update

Thank you for your past interest in and utilization of ACT Engage College.Recently—as we've focused our resources to develop new social and emotional learning (SEL) solutions for middle and high schools, as well as the workforce—we've had to make the difficult decision to discontinue Engage College.

Please note the following information:

  • You may continue to administer Engage College until August 31, 2019 – the final testing date.
  • You may access and download your Engage College reports until August 31, 2019.
  • Customer support for Engage College will be provided until September 30, 2019.
  • All Engage College resources and student success intervention tools in the ACT Engage Tool Shop will be available until September 30, 2019 – please feel free to download and print any resource.

We are committed to social and emotional learning, and to the research and development of a new SEL tool for the higher-education market. At this time, however, we do not have a timeline for a new product offering.This decision was not easy, nor was it reached without considerable thought about how we can best serve our customers in higher education. We will share more information with you as it becomes available, and we will do our very best to assist you through this transition.

Feel free to share this email with your colleagues who have worked with Engage College. If you have questions, please contact ACT Customer Care at 319.337.1893 or via the online contact form.

Why ACT Engage College?

Social Engagement

Did you know...

College retention rates directly relate to high-school extracurriculars?


Did you know...

Engage identifies skills to succeed in school, at work, and in the "real world"?

Success Stories

See how educators are using ACT Engage College to help students persist and achieve academic success.

Taking the Guesswork Out of College Curriculum Design

University of Minnesota

The Real Impact of Increasing Student Retention

University of North Texas

At-Risk Identification and Intervention

A Success Map from ACT

How to Decrease Dropout Rates in 30 Minutes

A Success Guide from ACT

Have questions? Call 319-337-1893, or complete this form.