Checking It Out on the Web
carefully when accessing services on the Web and make sure there
are no hidden charges.
careful when you give personal information because some free
services may sell your name to interested parties. Read the
fine print when signing on.
the Web can be one of your best sources of information. Don’t
be afraid to use this valuable resource.
the basics of financial aid and loans, utilize the repayment calculator,
do a free on-line scholarship search, explore careers and visit
college Web sites.
on the Web: www.fafsa.ed.gov
your FAFSA on-line which speeds up the financial aid process.
Aid Homepage: www.finaid.org
you through the financial aid process. You can also do free
scholarship searches and find information on career planning.
Aid Student Guide: www.ed.gov/prog_info/SFA/StudentGuide
by the government to help you understand the financial aid process.
Your Future: www.mapping-your-future.org
you through the financial aid process; assists students with
choosing a school and planning a career.
Online Information System: content.sciencewise.com/molis
resource to research minority scholarships and schools.
valuable information about the ACT test as well as online registration.
Sample questions are given to help you prepare for the ACT.
College Board: www.collegeboard.org
information on taking the SAT plus online SAT registration. All
aspects of going to school are addressed on this site including
career and college selection.
a practice SAT online plus great tools to help with college and
personality test that will help you determine what kind of
careers would be best for you.
Outlook Handbook: stats.bls.gov/ocohome.htm
career descriptions are available on this site. An excellent
tool for anyone trying to decide on a career path.
University of California, Berkeley:
explorations links that will help you research many different
of Manitoba: www.umanitoba.ca/counseling/careers.html
on a variety of occupations plus a “What Can I Do with a
Major In ...?” section.
INFORMATION AND SELECTION:
Virtual Tours: www.ecampustours.com
hundreds of virtual colleges from one Web site. Also includes
college planning information and links to each college.
college Web pages by state.
of American Colleges: www.memex-press.com/cc
site is an independent objective college assessment that will
help you make educated decisions about your college choices.
Education Financial Aid: www.iefa.org
find financial aid if you wish to study abroad.
resource for regulations and requirements for athletic scholarships
Can I Do With A Major In?”:
selection of information concerning college majors and related
helpful information for international students who want to study
in the United States.
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