Online Resources

The College Board
Register for the SAT, learn about AP credit and placement policies.

ACT, Inc.
The ACT is a test that can be substituted for the SAT I or SAT II as well as being widely used as the standard in the West and Midwest.

The College Guide
Search engine to find colleges based on location, size, cost, and surrounding community.

College scholarships and search engines.

Colleges of Distinction
Profiles of America’s top rated schools in higher education.

Collegiate Choice Walking Tours Videos
Simple, non-promotional videos of the student guided campus tour offered at over 350 colleges and universities across the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, and Scotland.

FAFSA on the Web
Find out information about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid; Complete the form online.

Federal Personal Identification Number (PIN)
Your Federal PIN allows you to file your Renewal FAFSA, sign your FAFSA electronically, and access the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) website to view your federal financial aid history.

Federal Student Aid
This website provides general information about the major Federal Student Aid Programs, tax credits for education expenses, and other federal, state, and private sources of information.

Free scholarship and college searches, plus financial aid tools.

FinAid! A Guide to Financial Aid
Discover scholarships, learn about loans, find grants, and locate other financial aid resources.

Merriam-Webster Online
Merriam Webster’s online dictionary and thesaurus.

My College Guide
Various useful resources for researching college.

National Student Loan Data System
The U.S. Department of Education’s central database for student aid. It receives data from schools, agencies that guarantee loans, the Direct Loan program, the Pell Grant program, and other U.S. Department of Education programs.

Selective Service System

A comprehensive information portal providing answers to questions on education, career, government and more.

Uncensored college reviews of colleges and universities.

U.S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Information, Financial Aid for Students