Register for the ACT, practice tests, official site for the ACT.
This site provides a visual tour of college campuses.
Career Cruising is an interactive career resource designed for people of all ages. If you want to find the right career, explore different career options, or plan future education and training, you have come to the right place! Stop by the College and Career Resource Center to pick up the Username and Password.
CollegeBoard Register for the SAT. Sample SAT and PSAT questions. This site has all kinds of college planning information, financial aid and scholarship information.
Another general search site that helps your college search and provides an online application.
Common Application Many colleges accept this common online application. You can print the application and mail them or apply online. Also see Peterson’s Web Site listed below…
Free Application for Federal Student Aid. To apply for financial aid, fill out this form via the web.
To apply for FAFSA using the web, the parent and student need a PIN number. Click on this site to apply for a PIN.
Need Money for college? Free scholarship search.
Financial Aid resource page.
Another site that has a section called “test yourself” that provides free practice tests. This is a service of GoCollege and Cliff’s.
Provides a list of links to search for California colleges and Universities.
Foundation of Jewish campus life.
iTransfer supports the Illinois Articulation Initiative’s (IAI) mission to facilitate student transfer from one participating Illinois college/university to another in order to complete a degree.
This site has a College cost and saving calculator which gives you an idea of how much financial aid you can expect to receive (remember this is just an estimate). This site also has information on Illinois Colleges.
This government site has information on careers and links to related sites.
Apply to college online! Depending upon the school, clicking on the Apply button will take you either directly to the application, to the school’s Web site from which you can link to the school’s application, or to the Common Application, used by over 240 colleges and universities all over the country.
College rankings, searches, tips on admission essays, early admission advice, etc.
Information and useful links to study abroad programs.
Lists and links to two year colleges in the U.S.
More information than just the rankings.
Women’s colleges prepare women for the many roles they will assume in life, by offering an excellent academic education, by challenging them to become whatever they want to become and by connecting them into a network that will serve these women for most of their professional and personal lives.