There is no doubt that our futures will include the web. Computer and internet
classes have become an everyday part of our academic life. An increasing number
of our fellow students are taking classes via the internet. And we all routinely
turn to the internet to conduct research for our homework assignments.
There is also help here for students seeking admission to graduate
schools. They will find great links to learn more about the GRE, GMAT, MBA
programs, and more. And, we will take you to the best free
scholarship search services on the internet.
If you would like to nominate a site, if you
are interested in sponsoring this page for a month or more, or if you have
feedback of any kind, we would be delighted to have you contact
Surfer: A search engine
geared to the interests and needs of college students.
THE TEST: Perhaps the
best SAT/ACT prep program on the internet.
Colleges and Universities Page:
College and university admissions office email addresses and phone numbers,
financial aid office email addresses, and links to college and university home
pages and online applications.
An excellent information page for international students interested in
studying in the United States with a link to an affiliated site with information
about scholarships for international students.
Want to be recruited by colleges and universities? Just visit this page.
Education Financial Aid:
Thinking of studying in a foreign country? Looking for financial aid to
make it possible? Start here.
Bills itself as the internet's largest free scholarship search.
Scholarship Search: Bills itself as
"World's largest FREE online scholarship database".
Admission and Scholarship Counseling:
An internet based service which assists students in identifying colleges which
meet their individual needs and are likely to offer scholarships and/or
attractive financial aid packages.
Scholarships for minority students.
Resource Network: Free scholarship
on the Web: Submit your free federal
financial aid form online
for International Students: A service which helps international
students select, apply to, and gain admission to United States boarding schools,
colleges, ESL programs, and universities.
Financial Aid Page: Comprehensive
information on scholarships and financial aid, with lots of links. A great page.
Express: Free online scholarship
Board (ExPAN) Scholarship Search:
Free online scholarship search.
Mae Free Online Scholarship Search: Free
online scholarship search.
Mae Calculators: Calculate expected
college costs, estimated family contribution, borrowing needs, loan payments,
Mach 25: Free scholarship search
which will also help you create letters to apply for scholarships.
A free scholarship search service which is updated weekly. You'll also find lots
of good advice on this page, and you can sign up for a free email scholarship
Scholarship Page: A free scholarship
Free scholarship search as well as college and career recommendations.
One of the most comprehensive pages on the net about graduate school options. If
you want to go to graduate school, go here first.
College Fair News: A listing of major
college fairs throughout the country hosted by the National Association of
College Admissions Counselors. These fairs are attended by hundreds of colleges
and offer students a great opportunity to meet college representatives and
The name says it all. Lots of information.
Sites: Links to college, financial
aid, and career-related sites.
and University Home Pages: Links to
more than 3,000 college and university web pages throughout the world.
Online: Information about the TOEFL
(Test of English as a Foreign Language), the standardized exam most
U.S. colleges require of international students who wish to study in the United
Would you believe a page with links to
more than 4,750 colleges and universities?
Links to lots and lots of helpful sites. Worth a visit.
Education Guru: Info about courses
and programs in which you can enroll without leaving home. Some sound good, some
don't. Caveat emptor!
Lepine's Higher Education and Distance Learning Site:
A well organized, easy to navigate site. Lots of good information.
House: If you're a high school or
college student, check this page out for lots of helpful hints on managing time,
writing papers, studying effectively etc. There's some fun stuff here too.
(Princeton Review): An application
accepted by more than 500 colleges.
College resource site that allows
students to apply electronically to more than 1,000 colleges and universities.
Provides online college searches and an application accepted by lots of colleges
MBA : Like the above, but for MBA programs.
Applications: You can download the
Common Application, accepted by nearly 200 selective colleges and universities
and/or Peterson's Universal Application, accepted by more than 975 colleges and
Board Online: ETS, the people who
bring you the SAT, offer you everything you could ever want to know about the
SAT. Other subjects on this extensive page include information about the AP
(advanced placement) exams.
Home Page: The ACT folks, as you
would imagine, also have an informative page.
Record Exams: If you're headed for
grad school in any area but business, the GRE is probably in your future. Learn
all about the GRE here, and be sure to check out the schedule of GRE Forums, the
grad school equivalent of college fairs.
Explorer: If an MBA is your goal,
you'll probably be taking the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). You'll
find out all about the GMAT here, and get lots of other information geared to
prospective MBA students. Here's a quick tip...click on the "site
index" to review the page contents.
for Christian Colleges and Universities:
If you're looking for "Christ-centered education", you'll find links
to Coalition member institutions here.
Negro College Fund Member Institutions:
Links to some of the leading private, traditionally African-American colleges
Comparisons of U.S. Colleges and Universities: This
site does not rank colleges, but it does offer interesting information about,
and comparisons between, United States colleges and universities.
"Harvard graduates reveal exclusive secrets, tips...". Newsletter,
survival kit, and more.
Aid Resource Center: Shawn, the
author, is a college financial aid administrator. He won't disclose where (a
little mystery is always good), but he clearly knows his stuff...his page has
lots of good information. He'll even answer your questions.
Another pretty comprehensive information
page for college-bound students, with a free college search, free scholarship
search, and something that sets it apart from many similar sites....free online
ACT and SAT practice tests.
If you're an athlete concerned about
eligibility issues, try this site. If you can understand the NCAA rules the SAT
and ACT should be a snap for you.
Another organization which governs college athletics. If you're a
student-athlete considering attending an NAIA college/university, you'll be
interested in this page.
The NJCAA governs intercollegiate athletics at two year colleges.
College Web: Probably the most
comprehensive site dealing with community colleges. Among other things, it
offers a searchable index of nearly 900 community college home pages.
Good's College and Career Planning Page:
Lots of good links to college, scholarship, career, and study skills sites.
to College: Information for the
returning student, including weekly education updates, and financial aid,
distance learning, and graduate school.
Night: General information, articles,
and links for students and parents.
Students Network: Comprehensive
information on how to "Get into, pay for, and survive your dream
college", college life info, free newsletter, free scholarship searches,
college profiles, and more.