Provides excellent information on every University and College in North Carolina. Provides scholarship, financial aid, and loan information. Provides a Career Interest Inventory that matches careers with your interest and personality. Provides a Student Planner to keep a record of your high school grades, honors, test scores, and activities.
Provides a free college and scholarship search. You login, fill out a profile and receive a mailbox, which you can periodically check for scholarship application sources. Very comprehensive site contains a database of over 1.5 million scholarships and is growing all the time. Complete a questionnaire and FastWeb will give you a list of scholarships for which you are eligible. Some scholarship applications are available on line. FastWeb will also notify you if additional scholarships are added to its database that are a match for you.
To apply for federal student financial aid, and to apply for many state student aid programs, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The information you provide on your FAFSA determines if you are eligible for financial aid.
From the NCAA Eligibility Center, prospective student-athletes are able to access information needed to understand the Division I and Division II eligibility requirements. You must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to play college sports.
Provides a college and scholarship search. Provides information and practice tests for the PSAT and SAT. Register online for the SAT. Complete the CSS/PROFILE online (Finanical Aid form used for some colleges).
Provides a Free online college search service with profiles of 3,700 + colleges and universities, virtual tours of hundred of schools, electronic applications, financial aid info, career planning tools, a scholarship search, and more.
This site breaks scholarships down into categories and then gives you links to dozens of scholarship opportunities within each category. Categories include: by major, by state, minority scholarships, athletic scholarships, etc.
The Common Application is accepted by over 500 colleges and universities for admission to their undergraduate programs. The Common Application allows you to fill out one application that can be sent to several colleges and universities.
A website dedicated to providing information about the online options at colleges and universities. There are several featured guides that explain more about online learning and a list of the best online options in each state.