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The 2006 Colleges, College Scholarships and Financial Aid Page is a site that has put together an online directory of college and university admissions office email addresses and telephone numbers, college scholarship and financial aid office email addresses, and links to the home pages and online applications of more than a thousand colleges and universities. There is also a page of links to the best college and university admissions, college scholarship, and financial aid pages on the web. You will even find information on graduate schools, the GRE and GMAT examinations, MBA programs, the TOEFL, community colleges, historically African-American colleges, and campus life. You'll be able to easily and immediately request information from the colleges and universities via email, find their (mostly toll free) telephone numbers, and follow links to college and university home pages and online applications. Use the links on the side or bottom of the page to find information on the criteria to qualify for hundreds of college scholarships, download the financial aid forms necessary to determine your eligibility for need-based college scholarships and financial aid, link to free college scholarship searches, and obtain information on athletic scholarships and grants.
This is the U.S. Government-wide initiative to deliver electronic services from government agencies and organizations to post-secondary students. It is your comprehensive information portal providing answers to your questions on education, career, government and more. The site has links for information on: planning and paying for your education, internships, community service, career development, travel, and military service.
This is a comprehensive site with information on the college selection and application process and financial aid. The "Get Ready for College” section has useful information on test preparation, school searches, applying to school on-line and scholarship searches. It gives you the tools to plan for higher education and find money for school, as well as allowing you to manage your student loan account online. It also has sections geared toward elementary school and middle school parents.
Use this database to search for colleges by program, state, school type, sport and school name. The site also includes a link to "win a scholarship," where users are picked at random for a scholarship.
Download free software for applications to more than 900 US colleges and universities. The site also includes tips that will make the admission process less stressful, and help you find financial aid.
The Princeton Review has included links to on-line applications to more than 700 U.S. colleges and universities. The site also includes tips that will make the admission process less stressful, and help you find financial aid.