Resources to aid you throughout the college process.
The College Search
College search provided by the U.S. Department of Education.
SuperMatch: A comprehensive, criteria driven college search with dozens of qualifiers.
Princeton Review's search tool includes an easily navigable interface and dozens of "best-of" listings.
The College Board's search tool, housing info about thousands of colleges.
Totally free test prep resources including study guides, practice tests, and fee-for tutors.
Fee-based test prep resources that are written in student friendly language.
A fee-based test prep company that features video tutorials, practice tests, and study guides.
A free, fun, easy-to-use test prep tool that provides test questions, vocab, and study guides.
A comprehensive collection of student aid resources including training, news, advocacy, and planning.
Start planning for financing college, spending in college, and retirement.
A list of all 50 Higher Education Assistance Agencies, each providing state-based aid services and info.
The U.S. Federal Student Aid Youtube page that includes great videos about financing college.
An app that easily sorts through hundreds of scholarships based on specific criteria.
Earn guaranteed college specific micro-scholarships by filling completing your academic and extracurricular profile.
Search for scholarships via the College Board's database.
Create a college profile. Search for colleges, and connect to scholarship opportunities.
Save some travel costs, and virtually "visit" campuses from the comfort of your own home.
Virtual campus tours, college video tours, and interactive campus maps.
Interviews, info, and insider's prospectives from the students on college campuses.
Virtual campus tours, interactive maps, and college advice for over 1,300 colleges.
Know how Facebook can play a role in college admissions.
An examination of how colleges are using social media data in their search for students.
What you're saying on Twitter matters: Managing your digital footprint.
Twitter accounts to follow for college going students and professionals.
Blogs and News
Admitted: The official blog of the professional association for college counselors.
Writings from experts (and non experts) on all things college related.
James Jump's exploration of a variety of college topics with an emphasis on ethical considerations.
The NYTimes' (now discontinued) blog about college admissions and college more generally.
College prep experts Megan Dorsey and Gretchen Wegner dissect a variety of college topics.
One Harvard student's reflections on college admissions, rejection, and perseverance.
About Admissions: A college podcast series hosted by the guys from AdmitHub.
College Smart Radio is a series of interviews about a variety of college topics.
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