College and Careers
CollegesMost colleges have extensive websites with information for prospective students; use the Search Engines to find them. All colleges are also required to have a Net Price Calculator for the actual cost of attending that college, including estimates of any merit based financial aid for which you might be eligible. For information on financial aid for college, check the following:
Student Guide to Financial Aid- an online newsletter for scholarship and financial aid applications and information.
Online scholarship and financial aid searches and information; email updates available . This is one of the largest and most comprehensive scholarship search services.
Peterson's Guide to Financing College
Scholarship and financial aid information from the producers of the Peterson's College Guides.
Easy Access for School and Institutions- Scholarship and financial aid information from the US Department of Education; good information on financial aid for those who do NOT want a traditional four-year college.
Free online practice tests and analysis of your results.
CareersOccupational Outlook Handbook
Offers most of the same information found in the current classic career resource, The Occupational Outlook Handbook. Gives details about specific careers and outlook for current and future careers.
What can I do with a Major in...?
Matches college majors with possible jobs, and provides a brief overview of those jobs.