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http://www.actstudent.orgThe website to register for the ACT test and check your scores. The site also includes information on financial aid, college planning and test prep.
http://www.amazon.com/College-Match-Blueprint-Choosing-School/dp/1575091283/ref=…This is a great book about how to match the student to “great fit” colleges.
http://www.ope.ed.gov/securityThis site gives campus security statistics based on criminal offenses reported to campus security and local police agencies. It is sponsored by the Office of Postsecondary Education of the U.S. Department of Education. You can obtain data from one institution/campus, or aggregate data from a group of campuses.
http://www.collegeboard.comYour source for PSAT, SAT and SAT II registration, score reports and study resources, as well as a database of information about colleges to assist in your school search.
http://www.collegeprowler.com/find/by-ranking.aspxThis site contains rankings of the top 200 schools in the U.S. in various categories including academics, athletics, transportation, computers, nightlife and dining.
http://www.commonapp.orgLink to the Common Application, accepted at 391 colleges for the 2009-10 application year.
http://www.fastweb.comThis site contains scholarship information, as well as news and general information relevant for both high school and college students.
http://www.consusgroup.com/news/rankings/colleges/colleges.aspThis site ranks over 100 top colleges in the U.S. based on several factors, including other published rankings, selectivity and yield.
http://www.fafsa.ed.govFAFSA on the web, the easiest way to apply for Federal Student Aid programs.
http://www.hillel.org/indexHillel is the Foundation for Jewish Life on Campus. This site contains information about Hillel at over 500 college campuses.
Don’t Let Summer Pass You By!
While many think of the summer as a time to relax, hit the beach and do anything but something academic, summer is the best time to explore potential academic majors and careers. You can learn more about this at your local library. Take advantage of the down time to up your game. You will be glad you did.
Did You Know?
Looking to apply Early Action (EA) or Early Decision (ED) to college this year? Many high school guidance counselors require students to provide their completed application two weeks prior to the deadline. This allows the guidance counselor enough time to complete the school forms and submit them in a timely manner. For the unprepared student this can be quite a shock. Suddenly that November 15 deadline becomes November 1. The best way to reduce your stress level is to ask your guidance office what they need and when they need it. Less surprise equals a smoother process for you and your guidance counselor.
Way Back When College Was a Buyer’s Market
March 31, 2011
Oh to be interested in attending Harvard University in the late 1860s. Harvard and other schools like Vassar and Columbia actually advertised for students in newspapers, and any required frehman entrance exams could be taken on the weekend prior to the start of classes. How… Read More>>
Ni Hao! – NYU to open Shanghai campus
March 27, 2011
New York University announced plans to establish a degree-granting campus in Shanghai. NYU's president was expected to sign an agreement on March 28 with Chinese officials to seal the deal. This move signals a continuing trend for American universities. NYU already has a degree-granting campus… Read More>>
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