Through this site, students can apply to all thirty-three (33) historically black colleges with one application for $35. From this site students may print an application, request a paper application, or apply on-line.
This site sponsored by ACT has a college search feature, college applications on-line, ACT's Financial Aid Estimator, and virtual college tours.
This is a new federal web sit that offers crime statistics from 6,700 colleges and universities.
This site not only searches for college programs by state, but also allows you to find colleges by specific career fields, majors, and occupations.
Campus safety is a topic that should be considered by students and parents as part of the school selection process. This site provides information regarding crime rates, victim assistance, and legislation to help make college campuses safer.
The Campus Tours Index provides fast and easy access to interactive tours of colleges across the United States. Depending on the school, there may be virtual college tours, webcams, campus maps, college videos, movies, and/or pictures.
Since 1992, all colleges have been required by federal law to compile annual statistics about crime on their campus. Each year The Chronicle asks all colleges with enrollments of more than 5,000 for copies of those security reports.
Students, parents, & counselors will find a comprehensive menu of information to aid in the transition to college. This site includes SAT Test information, preparation, and registration opportunities, as well as searchable college and financial aid database. Additionally, provides information helpful in writing college essays.
Comprehensive site guides you through the entire process from researching colleges to getting in and paying for them.
This site has a college search section as well as articles about admissions, getting money for college, and doing well once you are admitted.