The College Board is your one-stop shop for everything college planning. You'll register for and receive scores on SATs and AP exams, and also find college planning resources.
College Bound Network
CollegeBound.net is a good resource for all types of schools from 2-year colleges to military schools, beauty schools, and international schools, and more.
College Confidential is a great search engine for schools. There are also resources on financial aid and admissions.
College InSight, which is the brainchild of the Institute for College Access and Success, has gathered detailed information on thousands of colleges.
This federal website contains more data on the nation's colleges and universities than any place else on the Internet. Using the College Navigator's school search engine, you can scour the country for schools based on your criteria.
Families assume that their children will graduate from college in four years, but that's sadly not true for most. This great website provides four, five, and six-year graduation rates of schools across the country.
Almost 500 colleges and universities accept the common application.
FastWeb is a free scholarship search. It starts by gathering general information about you or your student and then suggests scholarships based on your profile.
Free Application for Student Aid
All students who want a chance to qualify for financial aid need to fill out the FAFSA. That literally stands for, "Free Application for Student Aid." This is where your financial aid process starts.
Princeton Review is known best for its test prep resources. You'll find resources for PSAT, SAT, ACT, and even higher level tests for graduate school. On top of that, they have college rankings, study abroad tips, and more.
Project Student Debt
This website is devoted to helping families make the best economic choices when tackling college costs. You will find tons of information about college debt and student loans.
Scholarships.com offers a free way to search for money online. This website also has includes a part for recruiters, which ultimately helps connect students with colleges that fit well.
Students Review has over 100,000 reviews from students that cover 3,000 different schools. This website will help you get insight beyond the college's public messaging.