Helpful organizer aids students and parents with planning for college. Find quizzes, register for SAT, take a mini-SAT prep test or puchase a package of real questions, search and apply to colleges within the United States and receive email alerts.
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Database of colleges and universities in the USA along with admission requirements, expenses, student reviews and ratings, discussion forum, college search engine and comparison tools, advice and help on college preparation, application and scholarships.
Federal, consolidation, and private student loan services, college planning tools, scholarship search, test preparation, resume builder, graduate programs, online programs, career newsletter, and other educational planning and financing resources.
Virtual counselor providing personalized advice and custom recommendations using artificial intelligence and data science, access to a team of dedicated mentors and other tools helping college bound students across the USA prepare for admission.
Research-based publications, programs, organizers and guides, as well as free tools and resources preparing and assisting high school students and parents through the steps of career and college planning process.
Financial planners and suggestions for parents, students, employers, fund managers, banks and payroll providers. Various membership levels come with newsletter, phone support, calculators, account statements, grants and personalized reports.
Find tools, such as the College Match and College Chances, which are designed to help you choose, prepare, apply and pay for a college education. Option to complete a Common Application, accepted by over 225 US colleges.
A comprehensive site to find articles, search engines, and helpful information about getting into and financing a college education.
College Life, Admissions, Financial Aid, Graduate School, Student Travel, Scholarships, College and Universities are some of the topics presented here.
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Search for colleges across the United States by field of study, state, or by the amount of tuition per year. Registered students can save and update information using a career planner and budget builder, and counselors gain access to lesson plans.