College and Financial Planning Websites

ACT: www.act.org

Site where students can register for the ACT test.

The College Board: www.collegeboard.org

Site where students can register for the SAT test, as well as search for colleges.

Ohio Board of Regents: www.regents.ohio.gov/collegesuniversities.php

Information on colleges in Ohio as well as scholarships and financial aid is found here.

Peterson’s Online: www.petersons.com

A collection of useful information on the College search, financial aid and test prep processes.

College is Possible: www.collegeispossible.org

Preparing for, selecting and paying for college is covered here.

Higher Education Access Resources: www.teri.org/

This online database includes information about programs and publications that help prepare students for college.

College Planning Web Site: www.collegeplan.org

Provides information on college selection, admission, financial aid and scholarships.

FastWeb: www.fastweb.com

A resource for students researching scholarship assistance.

Colleges and Careers: www.collegesandcareers.com

A resource for students researching scholarship and grant assistance.

Mapping Your Future: http://mappingyourfuture.org/

Provides information on planning a career, selecting and paying for school.

National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators: www.nasfaa.org

Learn about financing your education.

CollegeNET: www.collegenet.com

Offers online college application information, as well as free financial aid search resources.

Financial Aid for Students ? U.S. Department of Education: http://www.ed.gov/fund/grants-college.html

Provides college financial planning information.

Sallie Mae: www.salliemae.com

Planning for college, applying for financial aid and loans is covered here.

The Financial Aid Information Page: www.finaid.org

The SmartStudent™ Guide to financial aid.

The Student Guide to Financial Aid / U.S. Department of Education: www.studentaid.ed.gov/students/publications/studentguide/index.html

This site is a guide to federal aid opportunities from the U.S. Department of Education. To apply for aid from these programs, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov or by phone at 866-550-5120.

My College Options: www.mycollegeoptions.org

A free college planning service, offering assistance to students, parents, high schools, counselors, and teachers nationwide.

College View: www.collegeview.com

Provides information on selecting and paying for school, majors, campus life, etc

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