Peterson’s Planner: Finding the right college; studying for the SAT or ACT; exploring financial aid; and advance your career through this location.
Federal Student Aid: This site is to ensure that all eligible Americans benefit from federal financial assistance (grants, loans, and work-study programs) for education beyond high school.
College Net: This site has college search; applications; scholarships; and information for soon to be college students and current college students.
American Universities: As home pages are found for American Universities granting bachelor or advanced degrees, they are added here, one page per university. Some universities do not yet have home pages.
Kaplan Education Centers: Kaplan is a world leader in test preparation and has helped millions of students prepare to take the tests necessary to achieve their education and career goals.
The Princeton Review: You can explore schools and career; improve your scores and skills; find scholarships and aid.
College for Texans: Everything a Texan needs to know about preparing for, applying for and paying for college or technical school.
Adventures in Education (AIE): Helps students plan and complete their journey through higher education by providing a Web site and other free resources to students, parents, counselors, educators, and encourages individuals to discover and pursue educational opportunities.
College Answer: Using this site can assist with planning for your college destination (preparing, selecting, applying, paying, deciding, and financing college).
Campus Tours: From here, you can tour college campuses that you might be interested in for your education.
Kuder: This site is a career planning system can help answer the questions throughout your life.
Texas Higher Education Assessment: Its purpose is to assess the reading, mathematics, and writing skills that entering freshman-level students should have if they are to perform effectively in undergraduate certificate or degree programs in Texas public colleges or universities.
Occupational Outlook Handbook: For hundreds of different types of jobs this site tells you: the training and education needed; earnings; expected job prospects; what workers do on the job; working conditions; job search tips; links to information about the job market in each State, and more.
America’s Career InfoNet: This site is a resource for making informed career decisions to support a demand-driven workforce investment system.
Education World: They recognized the need to make the Internet easier for educators to use. They created a home for educators on the Internet where teachers can gather and share ideas, as well as find lesson plans and research materials they are looking for.