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  • Students everywhere can get together and get their schoolwork done in a social environment.
  • The College Board site includes advice for students and parents, a college search, online applications, and everything you need to know about SAT program testing and the CSS Financial Aid Profile.
  • California State University application site and is the preferred application method. Create a high school planner, find the CSU campus that meets your needs, and take a virtual tour of a CSU.
  • University of California application site that lets you plan high school courses so they meet UC admission requirements, offers free prep tests for SAT, ACT, take personality & career quizzes that help identify interests for college majors, financial aid options, & get support from UC staff.
  • California Community College application site. Compare colleges & learn key facts.
  • Taking an SBCC course? Pipeline is a personalized web interface that links students and faculty to each other and the information they need. Great resource!!
  • The official site of the ACT. Includes college search, online applications, advice, timelines, financial aid information & estimator, and lots of information on ACT Program Tests
  • Common Application for hundreds of colleges can be downloaded.
  • The site includes a college search, advice, information on scholarships, and summer programs.
  • Princeton Review is a well-known SAT test prep operation.
  • A newer version of the Kaplan test prep website.
  • Free test prep for SAT and ACT
  • The magazine publisher and college ranker. Site includes a college search, college comparisons, information on financial aid and scholarships, and the famous rankings.
  • Virtual tours of colleges including maps.
  • California College search including public and private 4 & 2 year institutions.
  • Historically Black Colleges & Universities network. Includes information and resources related to HBCU's and links to the colleges' web sites.
  • site sponsored by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Has links to many of the well-known and not so well-known rankings and college lists. site hosted by the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities; includes search.
  • site includes a directory of member institutions of the National Catholic College Admission Association.
  • Info on Jewish life on 500 + campuses.
  • This is the site of the FAFSA on the Web. This is the preferred way to apply "online" for federal financial aid. You must request a PIN to apply online at
  • This website contains massive amounts of information about scholarships, grants, and loans. You can access the FastWeb through this address or directly using the next URL.
  • A scholarship database with over 400,000 entries. LARGEST FREE scholarship database.
  • Best local scholarship source - the S.B. Scholarship Foundation
  • Federal government provided information about financial aid.
  • California Student Aid Commission.
  • Need help on college funding sources? Sallie Mae is not a lender but works with banks to provide education loan services.
  • This site links out to numerous college admissions & scholarship options.
  • A federal website providing aid for the whole financial aid process including loans.
  • Mexican American Legal Defense Education Fund contains legal info. Follow the "scholarship" links.
  • Info on minority scholarships and fellowships.
  • United Negro College Fund
  • Need money to attend a California Community College? Log on TODAY! For information about fraudulent scholarship search scams check the Federal Trade Commission website at Follow the link to "consumer protection"; then to "scholarship..."
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