Below you will find links to various web sites of interest to students and parents as you engage in the college search and application process. List is updated as additional resources become available.
College Search Tools
College Board - Big Future and College Search
Campus Tours - Provides fast and easy access to interactive tours of colleges across the United States.
College Prowler - Web site providing college searches and college reviews. Site also provides cost for colleges.
NACAC (National Association for College Admission Counseling) - First-rate resource for college admission counseling. Find out more about student national college fairs and timetables for college inquiry/application process.
Study Abroad - Online study abroad program directory. Site provides listings for thousands of study-abroad programs in more than 100 countries throughout the world. Search by program type, country or subject area of interest.
Standardized Testing Information
List of testing-optional schools
Financial Aid Information
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) - Parents of seniors who are applying for financial aid must complete this form. It is available online and can be completed after January 1.
CSS/Financial Aid Profile - Many colleges require completion of the CSS/Financial Aid Profile from families seeking financial aid. This is a fee based program managed by College Board. The information from the CSS/Financial Aid Profile helps colleges award college-based student aid funds.
Selective Service - Males must register for selective service before they can receive federal and state financial aid. This site allows you to register online.
Financial Aid Calculator - College Board's college financing calculator.
StudentAid.com - College cost financing calculator.
Online Financial Aid Guide - A no-cost guide to financial aid, scholarships, loans, and financial aid calculators.
Hispanic Fund - Guide to scholarships for Hispanic students and universities who participate in the Hispanic Fund scholarship program.
United Negro College Fund - Scholarships for American American students organized by location, academic major and merit and need.