College Counseling Links
The College Board website provides a path to register for the SAT and SAT Subject Tests, as well as information regarding college searches, financial aid, and other College Board programs. The site also offers sample SAT and subject test questions.
The American College Testing website provides a path to register for the ACT, as well as information regarding college searches and financial aid. The site also offers sample ACT questions.
The Test of English as a Foreign Language website provides a path to register for the TOEFL. It offers sample TOEFL questions as well.
APPLYING TO COLLEGES
On this site, students complete and submit one application accepted by over 300 colleges and universities.
Historically Black Colleges and Universities
This website includes information regarding historically black colleges and universities.
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
This website provides information regarding summer internships, colleges, and financial aid.
The Hillel site includes information for Jewish students that might enhance their understanding of particular colleges in the United States.
NACAC for Students and Parents
The National Association of College Admission Counseling site provides information relevant to both students and their families.
Colleges That Change Lives
This site identifies liberal arts colleges noted for fostering the intellectual and personal development of their students.
Virtual College Campus Tours
This website includes virtual college tours of over 200 colleges.
NCAA Eligibility Center
Prospective Division I or Division II athletes should register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Families applying for financial aid should complete the FAFSA to secure federal grants and loans.
The CSS Profile is a College Board-sponsored financial aid form required (in addition to the FAFSA) primarily by independent colleges and universities.
Financial Aid Information on College Board Website
This link offers general financial aid information.
This site includes information about financing a college education, particularly student loans.