Information Resources for Starting the College Selection Process
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By EHO Staff
Provided by Oklahoma State University. This course is intended to
provide you with the information you will need as you embark on a
major change in your life - deciding on and attending a college. Included
in the lessons is information to help you prepare for college, select
a college, ease the transition to college, and manage the changes
in your life that occur during college.
Includes two publications of the US Department of Education: The Getting
Ready for College Early guidebook and Preparing
Your Child for College.
A resource guide for parents, students, and education professionals.
America's colleges and universities have prepared this site to guide
you to the books, websites, and other resources that admissions and
financial aid professionals consider most helpful.
College Options is
a a free service offered to high schools and their students across
the country. It is designed to match students with the colleges/universities
that offer undergraduate degrees, programs and activities that fit
If you're a student wondering where to go to college and how you're
going to get there, or if you're a parent trying to unravel the mystery
of the college and the financial aid application process, wiredscholar
is the site for you! This is the Web's premiere destination for getting
a head start on preparing for the world of continuing education. You'll
find pointers on the entire "Go-to-College" process from
preparation to getting loans. Wiredscholar also has interactive tools
that enable you to analyze the affordability of schools and compare
financial aid award letters. Brought to you by Sallie Mae, the nation's
leader in higher education finance.
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