Online resources:

These are some websites that may be helpful to students as you begin to organize the colleges that you are interested in. . . .

Please comment in below box on other websites that you have used and were helpful.

Naviance –  a college and career readiness platform that helps connect academic achievement to post-secondary goals. Its comprehensive college and career planning solutions optimize student success, enhance school counselor productivity, and track results for school and district administrators.

State and University.  We feature information about all Universities and Colleges in the United States. Specifically, we bring information about state universities across the country to your fingertips. Read about Financial Aid, Academics, Athletics, and more! The site lists college rankings, an online university degree search, and comprehensive profiles for every state university. Also, you can receive information about obtaining an online university degree so you can study from home. Take a look at Financial Aid plans, Student Loan consolidation, etc. We provide an excellent resource for you to research your favorite university.

College – From their website the description is a premier Web site for student and parents searching for college-related information. College View contains hundreds of articles pertaining to the college planning process, along with over 4,000 college-specific information pages. Students and families can also use our leading college search tool, Super Match, to search for and find colleges that match their interests and needs.

Schmoop- / – Shmoop means “move something forward a little bit.” The phrase reflects our company mission, which is to shine a little light into the dark corners of students’ minds. We believe that great and difficult concepts can be explained clearly, succinctly, and with a compelling storyline. In “telling the tale” behind seemingly intangible subjects, we humanize them and make them accessible to everyone. Awesome Smart Features include:

  • Individualized Dashboards — Track study progress like the Indian at the end of Butch Cassidy: “Who is that guy?”
  • Diagnostic Tests — Get the lowdown on how you’ll do on the big day (turn your head and cough).
  • Reporting — Did you have a clue? Do well? Poorly? We didn’t need to call Lois Lane to get the real scoop.
  • Drills — 1,000s of practice problems for every skill you’ll need sponsored by Black & Decker and 4 out of 5 dentists.
  • Full-Length Practice Exams — The real deal. Full contact test taking for a full contact world.