Online registration and other information.
American Association of Community Colleges
In addition to providing easy access to the addresses, phone numbers, and Web sites of some 2,000 community colleges in the United States, the AACC site also includes a wealth of information on all aspects of two year colleges, including historical background, recent news items, relevant legislative issues, statistics, events calendar, job openings, grants, and even a list of members of Congress with community college backgrounds.
American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE)
Discover Bioengineering. Career Pathways; Outlook; School Searches; Tips for Success
CampusSafety.org (US Department of Education)
This site supplies information on campus crime and prevention for current and prospective students, parents, and community members.
Take a virtual tour of a school. Webcams, interactive maps, videos, photos and links to school's official Web sites. Search alphabetically or by state.
Cappex.com is a free website where you can learn which colleges want you before you apply. See how your accomplishments and interests match with colleges and kick start your college list. Also discover merit scholarships from more than 1,700 colleges across the country.
Center for Interim Programs
Some students feel like taking a year off after graduating from high school. This site provides links to internships, apprenticeships, volunteer work, language courses, etc. that provide opportunities for productive activities during that year "off duty."
Coalition for Access, Affordability and Success
MyCoalition is a set of free online college planning tools that helps students learn about, prepare for, and apply to college. With an easy-to-use application, interactive collaboration space, and convenient digital storage locker, MyCoalition empowers students to make smart college choices for success in school—and beyond.
College Board Online
From the people who administer the SAT and Advanced Placement examinations, find schedules, register for exams, get tips on applying for financial aid, look up high school and college codes, take sample SAT and PSAT exams to identify your weak spots and get pointers to help you improve, and even search for college and scholarship information.
A Website providing students and parents with the know-how to plan and pay for college. CollegeCovered.com, powered by Discover Student Loans, offers a variety of resources and tips to help you through each step of the process and provide you with the power to plan your future. Search for scholarships; find a FAFSA Assistant; Enter to win a scholarship and Compare your Award Letters.
Colleges of Distinction
Colleges of Distinction is a college guide with a unique approach. Instead of looking for the richest or the most famous schools, they ask about what really matters: "Which colleges are the best places to learn, to grow, and to succeed"? The answers may surprise you.
Sponsored by the Institute of Education Services-U.S. Department of Education-National Center for Education Statistics Find the right college for you; Begin your Search, Refine your search, Build a list of schools using My Favorites for side-by-side comparisons, Pinpoint school locations with an interactive map, Export search results into a spreadsheet, Save your session including search options, results, and favorites. Find financial Aid information, campus security information, publications, products and more.
CollegeNET is a well-designed and rated source of information about colleges, scholarships, and financial aid that is made available by Universal Algorithms Inc.
College Portrait is a source of basic, comparable information about public colleges and universities presented in a user-friendly format-No spin, no ranking....just the facts!
A site that provides the latest and most up to date information regarding traditional schools, online college programs, scholarships, and financial aid.
College Week Live-Virtual College Fair
Meet hundreds of Colleges Live and Pick the Perfect U, Get Admissions Questions Answered in Real Time, Hear Expert Advice on Test Prep, Application Essays, Discover New Ways to Pay for College, Video Chat With Students on 75+ College Campuses
The Common Application
View and download the application here.
Connecticut RN Programs
BSN and ADN program listings in CT
COOL: College Opportunities On-Line
The National Center for Education Statistics in the U.S. provides a direct link to over 9,000 colleges and universities in the United States as well as arts colleges, specialized colleges, community colleges, career or technical colleges and trade schools.
Directory of Trade Schools, Colleges, and Universities
Searchable, comprehensive directory with schools offering a wide range of certificate, diploma and degree programs. Training available throughout North America in the business, health care, skilled trades, design & media arts, legal, culinary, and tech sectors. Online, campus, and correspondence programs offered.
Directory to Connecticut Trade Schools, Colleges, and Universities
Comprehensive, easy-to-use education directory of schools in Connecticut. Programs available in skilled trades, health care, business, media arts, technology, and more.
Discover Business is a comprehensive guide designed to help you learn about different business degree and career options. The guides focus on providing information about campus-based business degrees as well as online or distance programs. They also provide business school resources to help you do your own research to find the school that’s best for you
U.S. Depatment of Education ED's mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access. ED was created in 1980 by combining offices from several federal agencies. ED's 4,400 employees and $68 billion budget are dedicated to: Establishing policies on federal financial aid for education, and distributing as well as monitoring those funds. Collecting data on America's schools and disseminating research. Focusing national attention on key educational issues. Prohibiting discrimination and ensuring equal access to education.
Educational Testing Service
Information and practice test questions for the SAT, GRE, GMAT, TOEFL and LSAT.
A resource for students who want to pursue medical assisting career. Authored by healthcare providers who have years of experience behind them, the site mainly provides information on medical assisting career, training programs, and certification.
College admissions editing services. Fee based. Edited essays returned in 24 to 48 hours.
FAFSA On The Web
Use this online form to apply for federal student aid.
Scholarship search site. Create your own financial aid profile for scholarships that will be made available to you when you sign on with a password.
FinAid: The Financial Aid Information Page
This page provides a free, comprehensive, independent, and objective guide to student financial aid. It is maintained by Mark Kantrowitz, author of The Prentice Hall Guide to Scholarships and Fellowships for Math and Science Students, and is sponsored by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA).
The collegiate Web source. A free search through a database with over 5000,000 scholarships and a free profile matching college search program.
Go See Campus is a free website that helps students and parents plan campus visits and make the most of the college search. The website?s College Trip Planner connects you to tours, information sessions, and other admissions activities. You can download campus maps, get parking directions, and make travel accommodations all in one place. Go See Campus also offers college advice articles, an interactive community, university reviews, and college visit reviews.
Mapping Your Future
At this site, you will find information to help you plan your career, select a school, and pay for your education. It is sponsored by a group of guaranty agencies who participate in the Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) and are committed to providing information about higher education and career opportunities.
A comprehensive directory of merit scholarships and academic scholarships from colleges across the country. "Tell us about yourself. We'll show you colleges and merit aid scholarships that match. Best of all, you'll hear from great colleges that want you to apply" and then find merit scholarships from thousands of colleges.
National Catholic College Admission Association
A site that produces a list of Catholic colleges and universities along with a search function to assist students during the college process.
Information and college sports links.
The Post 9/11 GI Bill is the largest investment in veterans? education since World War II, covering the full cost of an undergraduate education at any public university or college in the country and many private schools for our nation's newest generation of veterans. Find benefits calculator, FAQ and the latest news brought to you by IAVA (Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America).
Free SAT and GRE test preparation tips, sample test questions and feedback.
Nursing School Degrees
Your online resource for Nursing Education and Career Information-provides career descriptions and educational pathway information for dozens of nursing specializations, allied health careers, as well as links to thousands of nursing and allied health educational programs throughout the country.
Guides to Nursing degrees and programs from NurseJournal.org
A platform that helps 9-12th grade students prepare for college by earning scholarships for their achievements in high school. Over 225 colleges and universities have partnered with Raise.me, and award micro-scholarships for both academics and extracurricular activities. Students create a portfolio and select colleges they’re interested in attending. As they add achievements to their portfolio - grades, club or sports participation, even college visits - they can see the micro-scholarships add up. Partner colleges assign a potential dollar amount to certain achievements, which shows students how much they’d be guaranteed in scholarships if they are accepted to that school. For example, one college may offer $100 for an A, and another may offer $500. As long as students meet the college’s eligibility requirements and any deadlines, and are accepted to the university, they can count on at least that much in scholarship awards on a per year basis.
No fee search site for scholarships and financial aid information
Informational and scholarship application process site.
Schools In The USA.com
In depth information on business, engineering, fine and performing arts, teaching, as well as nursing and health programs.
Test Prep Review
A source for free practice tests-from the ACT, SAT to LSAT, GMAT, ASFAB, NCLEX and much more.
The official Web site for "Test of English as a Foreign Language" programs and services. Includes tutorials and practice questions.
University and College Accountability Network, an online database designed to assist consumers with the college selection process by the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU).
Universal College Application
The Universal College Application is an online admissions application consortium for college-bound students. Register to create an account, complete your application, and submit to member colleges. As of November 2007, 41 colleges and universities accept the Universal College Application.
A comprehensive offering from US News Online that includes information on everything from choosing a college or graduate school and test preparation to finding a job when you've graduated. It includes a personal organizer for students and a guide for parents with financial aid data.
News from college and university newspapers around the country.
Gives students a start on the admissions process, starting in eighth grade, by leading them through questions about high school courses and the types of colleges they would like to attend.