It's never too early to start planning for higher education. Whether you're considering a technical school, a 2-year school, or a 4-year school, there are many institutions to choose from. You'll be spending a lot of time (and money) there, so you'll want to make sure you find the place that's just right for you. CollegeSource
has full-text college catalogs, as well as profiles, maps, and other helpful information from colleges, universities, trade schools, and more. Find out as much as you can about your prospective schools so you can make an informed choice. And be sure to check out our College Information
page for more helpful resources.
The Advanced Placement exams are just around the corner. Don't get stressed out. Take free practice exams online with the LearningExpress Library
. You'll be scoring 5's in no time!
Send out the last of your College Applications and request that your High School send off your first, senior semester transcripts to these Colleges. Check out Peterson's Planner
for more College Timeline info.
Knowing when your college application is due, is important. Find out deadline dates, tips for preparing your college application and more. The College Board
can help you with this and more.
Juniors and Seniors, the summer months are a good time to search for scholarships, combine vacation plans with campus visits and start working on your college aplications. CollegeAnswer.com can help.
Not sure where to start? MyFuture.com
is a comprehensive online resource that gives information on colleges, careers and military service opportunities, step-by-step planning check list, favorite school and job info can be saved. Plus, SAT interviewing advice.
Attention All High School Juniors! Not able to visit all the colleges on your list? CampusTours
allows you to view thousands of virtual college tours and interactive maps.
In January, all College Applications should be completed for the Fall and planning your Financial Aid strategy is the next step. Off to College
will help guide all your academic planning.