The following list of websites that are valuable college planning resources sure to guide you in the right direction. Refer to these college planning resources as you proceed through the college planning process.
FAFSA on the web | fafsa.ed.gov
The official site for completing the FREE Application for Federal Student Aid.
Department of Education PIN | pin.ed.gov
To complete the FAFSA on the Web, both the student and one parent should apply for Department of Education PIN numbers. You can apply here!
FAFSA School Codes | fafsa.eu.gov/fotw0607/fslookup.htm
All colleges and universities that receive federal financial aid funding have a 6-digit Federal School Code. Check to see if your college receives federal aid here.
Internal Revenue Service | irs.gov
The mission of the IRS is to provide America’s taxpayers with top quality service by helping them understand and meet their tax responsibilities and by applying the tax law with integrity and fairness for all.
College Results | collegeresults.org
This website is an outstanding repository of information regarding graduation rates for colleges and universities nationwide, amongst other data.
The Carnegie Foundation | carnegiefoundation.org
A website that categorizes each college and university along academic lines. Outstanding college search engine.
Career Vision | http://www.careervision.org/
Career Vision offers highly personalized career counseling services that help students discover and develop their talents and how they translate exciting career possibilities. Their process is more in-depth than high schools and colleges are able to offer, and makes college major decisions much easier. They are part of the non-profit Ball Foundation in Glen Ellyn, IL.