Once you have searched career, college and financial aid sites be certain to use your E-mail capability to gain more information from individuals. Many college home pages list the E-mail addresses of alumni, professors, coaches and students. Write to them, asking questions about the school, your major or any other important information you want. You'll be surprised how many will write back and give you the "unofficial" information you are seeking. What better way to explore and analyze a college than by exchanging information with those on campus?
admissions.com This site claims to be an "insider's guide to getting in to collegeanycollege.com This site is a college and university search and information center.
Local Colleges Local College and University Home pages. Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas are included.
Colleges By State Listing of colleges across the U.S.
Great Informational tool.
College Search Search for the college that is right for you.
Collegeview Search Search from over 3,000 colleges to find your perfect fit.
Peterson's Guide to Colleges & Universities Many options at this site.
NACAC - for Parents and Students An online college fair where you can chat live with college representatives.
US Department of Education Promoting educational excellence for all Americans
Xap.com College information, and other useful tools.
Common Application A single application that can be done for both private and public colleges and universities.
College Admissions Sites Good source of various information.
Art Institutes International Art institutes across the U.S.
NCAA The online resource for the National Collegiate Athletic Association
The Princeton Review
Missouri Two-Year Colleges
Historically Black Colleges
College Prep 101 Oklahoma State site talks of various pre-college things to do.
AnyCollege.com Where your college search begins
NCAA Clearinghouse/Eligibility Information containing eligiblity, an on-line application, and NCAA requirements.
On-Line College Network