Here’s a list of online resources to help you in your application process!
This has information and registration materials about the ACT.
This is a College Help Network for African American students.
This website has links to virtual tours of hundreds of colleges (alphabetically, by state and by school).
This has a great deal of information, including separate sections for parents and students. It also has information and registration materials for the SAT.
This website, which also has separate sections for students and parents, lists schools that have four distinctions: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant community, and successful outcomes. Schools can also be accessed by region and state.
This website lists all of the schools (391) that use the Common Application. The instructions, application forms, supplementary requirements, and all of the necessary information may be downloaded from this site.
This website has a complete list of schools that do not require (or limit the use of) the SAT or the ACT for admissions.
This is the website of Hillel, the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life.
This is the website of the National Collegiate Athletics Association for students who hope to be recruited for or participate in varsity sports.
This is a Department of Education resource that allows for searches by degree offerings, programs, and geographic location.
This is a good resource for college admissions and the testing process.
This website is the official site of the Women’s Colleges Coalition.