Finding the Right College For You
10 Ways to Use Social Media to Pick a College
Here are 10 social media resources for high school students (and their parents) to use in order to find out more about what college life is really like at the school they plan to attend.
As home pages are found for American Universities granting bachelor or advanced degrees, they are added here, one page per university. Updated frequently.
College Search – Find the Best Colleges and Universities for You
Where you get your undergraduate education will influence your career opportunities, your friendships, where you might live and work, even whom you choose to marry. “It’s probably one of the most important decisions a person makes.”
A free tool for students looking to combine athletics with academics at a Divsion III (D3) college.
College Fair Calendar
Extensive list of college fairs being held Fall and Spring each year, sponsored by the National Association of College Admissions Counseling (NACAC).
College Fairs for the Performing and Visual Arts
Updated each summer, this extensive calendar lists specialized college fairs being held in September & October of each year, and sponsored by the National Association of College Admissions Counseling (NACAC).
Virtual college tours online, each week featuring a couple of different colleges, or you can pick from a huge database: the links take you through the highlights.
Colleges of Distinction
Some of these schools are well known to the general public, and some are not. But every one has been honored for the excellence of its programs, and is highly recommended by those in the know about college education.
Colleges That Change Lives
Based on the book by Loren Pope and filled with information, first hand experiences and dynamic graphics, this website offers a unique perspective on these forty remarkable liberal arts colleges. Program Dates and Locations in US.
Collegiate Choice Walking Tours Videos
Simple, non-promotional videos of actual student guided campus tours offered at over 330 colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, and Scotland.
Getting Ready for College: Advising High School Students with Learning Disabilities
Students with learning disabilities can, and do have successful undergraduate experiences. High school students with learning disabilities who are considering going to college should be encouraged to pursue this goal.
The Princeton Review salutes 22 schools, which made our 2014 Green Honor Roll by receiving a score of 99 (the highest possible score) in our Green Rating tallies this year.
Junior Colleges Try Niche as Path to Top Universities
No sweeter words could be heard by the many deans, professors and presidents who are busily reshaping the nation’s community colleges, eager to entice the best and brightest with promises of huge savings and easy transfer into a premier university after two short years.
Search through our site to find the school that is right for you. We have over 6,000 colleges and universities listed, providing information on housing, financial aid, tuition, admissions, athletics, current events and more. Schools can be filtered by state, city and type of degrees offered or you may use the search box.
Private & Homeschool Friendly Colleges & Universities
Every high school student should be in contact with at least three colleges. Don’t miss this opportunity, contact two or three today!
US News.com – America’s Best Colleges
US News & World Report helps you find that “just right” fit with a unique search engine: you enter what you want, it lists colleges that have it.