These sites provide information about the various aspects of college planning. If you would like to narrow these results, please choose a subcategory in the list on the left.
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ACT: Resources for Education and Workplace Success
Register and prepare for the ACT, search for financial aid, and get help with college planning.
Catholic College Search
Search for Catholic Colleges, provided by the National Catholic College Admission Association
Christian College Mentor
Provides help with planning for college, search for Christian colleges and universities, find financial aid, and fill out applications online
College Answer: The Planning for College Destination
Prepare for college admission (self assessment, standardized exams, etc.), select a school, get help with the application process, and find financial aid
Search for colleges with multiple variables, including expenses, majors, athletics, campus security, and retention
College Planning Help for Families
Members of the Higher Education Consultants Association have provided several articles to help students and their families get started with the college admissions process
Colleges That Change Lives
Different perspectives on choosing a college
The Education Conservancy (EC) is a non-profit organization committed to improving college admission processes for students, colleges and high schools.
FairTest.org’s Optional List
Provides listings for over 750 schools that are test-optional
FastWeb: Scholarship, Financial Aid, Student Loans and Colleges
Search for financial aid and colleges
Get Ready for NACAC National College Fairs
In Part 1, you will learn about the exciting NACAC National College Fairs and Performing/Visual Arts College Fairs. See why attending a NACAC fair lets you connect — in person — with hundreds of colleges and universities in a single day, and gain advice from experts in college admissions. Part 2 of this video shows you how to best prepare yourself for a NACAC College Fair and how to make the most of your time at these busy fairs.
Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life
A guide to Jewish student life at over 500 campuses
Insider’s Guide to Admissions
Douglas Christiansen, Vanderbilt University’s associate provost for enrollment and dean of admissions, who has spent the last 20 years in admissions leadership roles in both public and private universities, helps clear some of the mystery and misconceptions surrounding the admissions process in this video.
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
Information about athletic offerings at smaller colleges
National Survey of Student Engagement
Provides an alternative view of schools based on teaching and learning
NCAA Eligibility Center
A must for prospective student-athletes. Learn eligibility requirements, and submit applications to the Initial Eligibility Clearinghouse for NCAA Divisions 1, 2 and 3.
Prepare for standardized tests, search for financial aid and colleges, and find summer programs for high school students
The College Board
The official website of the SAT provides information about taking the SAT exam and more. You can even learn more about the entire college planning process, including searching for a college and learning more about financial aid.
The Common Application
One application for nearly 400 colleges
Searchable listing of volunteer opportunities, indexed by areas of interest and location
Western Graduate Exchange
Students who are residents of western states may enroll at participating two- and four-year college programs outside of their home state at a reduced tuition rate.
What Can I Do With This Major?
Provides students and parents with information about the practical applications of college majors