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Helpful Websites for College and Financial Planning


The College Board: www.collegeboard.org

Online Colleges in Ohio: http://www.onlinecolleges.net/ohio/


-Information on colleges in Ohio as well as scholarships and financial aid is found here.

Peterson's Online: www.petersons.com
-A collections of useful information on the college search, financial aid and test prep processes.

College is Possible: www.collegeispossible.org
-Preparing for, selecting and paying for college is covered here.

Higher Education Access Resources: www.teri.org/
-This online database includes information about programs and publications that help prepare students for college.

College Planning Web Site: www.collegeplan.org
-Provides information on college selection, admission, financial aid and scholarships.

FASTWEB: www.fastweb.com
-A computerized program that has over 1.5 million scholarships in its database. They provide personalized scholarship matches as well as financial aid and FAFSA information, tips from scholarship winners, and jobs and internships.

Mapping Your Future: http://mappingyourfuture.org/
-Provides information on planning a career, selecting and paying for school.

National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators: www.nasfaa.org
-Learn about financing your education

CollegeNET: www.collegenet.com
-Offers online college application information, as well as free financial aid search resources.

Financial Aid for Students - US Department of Education: http://www.ed.gov/fund/grants-college.html
-Provides college financial planning information.

Sallie Mae: www.salliemae.com
-Planning for college, applying for financial aid and loans is covered here.

The Financial Aid Information Page: www.finaid.org
-A guide to financial aid.

The Student Guide to Financial Aid - US Department of Education: www.studentaid.ed.gov
-This site is a guide to federal aid opportunities from US Department of Education. To apply for aid from these programs, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov or by phone at 866-550-5120.

My College Max: www.mycollegemax.com
-An innovative program that will help high school and college students build habits of success by using assessments, real-time data, and easy to understand information and guidance. MyCollegMax answers questions before you know you have them. 

My College Options: www.mycollegeoptions.org
-A free college planning service, offering assistance to students, parents, high schools, counselors, and teachers nationwide.

College View: www.collegeview.com
-Provides information on selecting and paying for school, majors, campus life, etc.

-This guide identifies universities for online degrees on a strict value-for-money basis.