Choosing Your College
Take a virtual tour of your selected schools at this easy to use web site.
This web site allows users to search for colleges and apply to them directly over the web (over 1500 customized Internet applications). The results take you directly to the college web site.
This site features extensive multimedia virtual tours of colleges and universities. It offers an extensive college information database (of over 3800 schools) for which you can conduct a customized search, a scholarship search center, a test prep center, a financial aid office an much more.
This federal government site has all the tools you need to explore nearly 7,000 colleges and universities in the US. You can search for a college based on its location, program, or degree offerings either alone or in combination.
Peterson's publishes this site to search for education resources at any level from private schools to camps to graduate level education. Search for information on an institution, apply on-line, develop a personal profile for determining which institution best suites your needs, get financial aid information and more.
The Princeton Review site offers more that standardized test preparation. You can search for schools, get test prep advice, apply to college online, and access college selection tools and more all at one convenient site.
THE gateway to the U.S. government, Students.gov is a cooperative effort of many federal agencies working together. Through Students.gov you can find the right college, apply for student financial aid, learn about military educational benefits, register for Selective Service, apply to be a Peace Corps volunteer, explore careers, buy postage stamps online, reserve a campsite, identify and contact your government representatives, and more.