College Process Websites

The following is a listing of websites we find helpful in the college process. Our listing of a particular site should not be viewed as an endorsement of the company that produces it. We have simply found these helpful, up to date and balanced in their presentation. Please make sure you check out any information you find about a school with the actual institution, as not everything you read on the Internet is accurate.

General College Sites

  • The College Board:
  • The National Association of College Admission Counselors (NACAC) - a good resource to an array of links:
  • ACT - includes test registration and test-prep information:
  • Peterson's -links to the company's many resources:
  • Colleges That Change Lives - site based on best-selling, highly regarded college advisor, Loren Pope. Insights about some wonderful and sometimes overlooked places:
  • College View - a good source for information on all colleges:

Application Services

  • Don't have your school's application? Check one of these sites; you're bound to find both hard copy and on-line applications.
  • The Common Application - 300+ schools accept it and you should use it. —
  • Historically Black Colleges Common Application - find applications for 37 different institutions:

Financial Aid and Scholarships


Special Interest Sites

Career Information

  • ASVAB Career Exploration Program - Developed by Department of Defense; free, comprehensive career site:
  • Career Centers Around the Globe - Provides links to career development offices at colleges across the country. What services do your colleges offer?:
  • Career Key - An interest inventory program based on Dr. John Holland's work at NC State University:
  • Internship Programs - Listings of +7800 programs and 200,000 positions:


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