While the following websites may contain valuable information, College Search Navigators, LLC does not specifically endorse the sites or the information they contain.
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.
https://www.amazon.com/College-Match-Blueprint-Choosing-School/dp/0692835385/ref=dp_ob_title_bkThis is a great book about how to match the student to “great fit” colleges.
https://ope.ed.gov/campussafety/#/This 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.
https://www.niche.com/colleges/search/best-colleges/This 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.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.
http://www.ibrinfo.orgThis is an independent, non-profit source of information on federal student loan repayment and forgiveness programs. It also includes a repayment calculator.
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.
In Memory of Diane Gallo
We are deeply saddened by the passing of our co-founder Diane Gallo. Diane, a beloved independent educational consultant who went above and beyond for the students she served and their families, will be greatly missed. She was a great colleague and friend to all. If you had been working with Diane, please reach out to her husband Michael Gallo with a written request for a refund of any monies that may be owed to you at 43 Hillside Avenue, Glen Rock, NJ 07452.
Did You Know?
Can't make the real thing? You can attend a virtual college fair. College Week Live sponsors an online college fair where students and parents can interact live with college admissions counselors from over 300 colleges. The next college fair is scheduled for November 2-3, 2011. CollegeWeekLive hosts a variety of online events and features presentations from admissions experts, counselors and students. Among these is Paying for College. Many colleges also have virtual one day open houses on the site. You can view the event calendar and register on the collegeweeklive website. Click here to go there.
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