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Useful Websites

College and Careers

CollegeView
Research colleges, majors and financial aid.

U.S. News & World Report
Best college rankings in U.S. News and World Report, with admissions information.

College Board
An organization that connects students to colleges and opportunities. Register online for the SAT.

Jesuit Colleges and Universities

Peterson's
College search and database.

CollegeNET
A guide to colleges and universities of more than 4,600 schools.

Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Virtual Campus Tours
A source for college campus tours.

The Common Application
A common application form for over 400 colleges.

Common Application FAQ and online demo
A List of frequently asked questions for applicants

Occupational Outlook Handbook
Research careers on the Department of Labor website.

Financial Aid

Scholarship Scam Page
Federal Trade Commission info about scholarship scams.

The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid

Scholarship Experts
Free scholarship search site with an up-to-date award database of over 2.4 million scholarships worth over $14 billion.

The FAFSA Express
Download a free financial aid application.

Financial Aid Guide
U.S. Dept. of Education resources on financial aid.

College Scholarships and Financial Aid Page
Easy access to information on colleges, scholarships and SAT and ACT test preparation.

CSS Profile On-Line
The CSS Profile is the form many private colleges and universities require, in addition to the FAFSA, for those applying for financial aid.

Sallie Mae Financial Aid Information
Sallie Mae is a multi-purpose lending service which helps students in every aspect of applying for a securing loans. The CASHE scholarship search can be accessed through this site.

Test Preparation

College Testing
Kaplan's information on SAT, PSAT, & ACT plus sample questions.

ACT Home Page
FAQs about ACT; strategies & sample questions.

College Board SAT Test Center
SAT preparation and practical questions.

College Athletics

NCAA Online
Information about playing sports at the NCAA Division I, II, or III college level.