QUALITY WEBSITES TO VISIT FOR MORE INFORMATION
www.aie.org – news about the college experience from national publications, financial aid timelines and answers to FAQs.
www.allstudentloan.org – learn the difference between grants, loans and scholarships & calculate how much $ you’ll need for college.
www.aesmentor.org – find links to online college applications, search for colleges and discover your learning type.
www.loans4students.org – apply for student loans and get money management tips.
www.educaid.com – learn how to save for college and what to do if your savings won’t cover tuition.
www.efsi.net – provides a glossary of financial aid terms
www.fastweb.com – will direct you to a list of scholarships for which you may be eligible.
www.student-loanfunding.com – check out student loan funding Ask a Counselor feature.
http://studentaid.ed.gov – a government run site with college planning timelines, access to online version of FAFSA & borrowing tips.
www.wiredscholar.com – what are colleges looking for in applicants? What scholarships do you qualify for? How to evaluate acceptance letters.
www.scholarshipexperts.com – charges a small fee to match you to the scholarships for which you qualify.
www.braintrack.com – contact info for more than 6,900 universities around the world.
www.essayedge.com – offers help for the essay required for your application to colleges.
www.collegeboard.com – administers the SAT, visit for testing dates, fees, test-taking advice and prep.
www.act.org – for ACT dates and locations, fees, and enrollment info