College Board Online: This site includes a guide to campus visits; online college applications; scholarship, college, and career information; a financial aid calculator; College Board test dates and subject information; and SAT registration and tips.
Collegeview: This site provides a free online college search service with profiles of more than 3,500 colleges virtual tours, financial aid information, and career planning tools.
http://www.collegiate.net/infoa.html: This detailed page provides links to university home pages; allows one to search for a college; and gives general information on college admissions, majors, and programs.
Money Matters: This is the portion of the U.S. Department of Education's site that offers information about student financial assistance. It links to the online versions of the Student Guide to Financial Aid and Funding Your Education, two publications that provide step-by-step instructions for students to learn about and apply for financial aid for college. It also links to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Express, downloadable software that allows users to complete and submit the federal student aid application online ot the Department of Education's central processor.
Occupational Outlook Handbook: This handbook provides information about employment in hundreds of occupations. It offers detailed discussions of each occupation, including degrees, training, or other qualifications required; employment outlook; and sources of additional information.
The Education and Career Center: Peterson's (publisher of a number of college guides) offers information about pre-college programs, test preparation, colleges and universities, financing education, distance learning, careers and vocational/technical education, studying abroad, special schools, and more.
The Financial Aid Information Page: This page is sponsored by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Admdinistrators and provides a free, comprehensive guide to student financial aid.