• College & Career Websites

    www.clas.ufl.edu/au This site will link you to the web sites of American Universities (alphabetically), community colleges, international universities, and Canadian Universities.

    www.go4ivy.com Gives you links to Engineering Schools, Big Ten schools, Ivy League Schools, and colleges around the country, broken down by region of the country. A short profile of each school is listed, as well as a direct link to their web site.

    www.rwm.org/rwm/tf_ill.html This links you to web sites for Vocational Schools around the country.

    www.act.org and www.collegeboard.com are also useful sites for college search, as well as testing information. Major comparisons, college comparisons etc. can be done on these sites.

    www.campustours.com This site gives detailed information about colleges including: cost, size of school, majors offered. It also gives you the ability to do a virtual campus tour.

    www.collegeview.com This site lets you search colleges for certain majors, gives you financial aid information, the application process for each school etc.

    www.uncwil.edu/stuaff/career/majors/ This web site answers: “What can I do with a Major In? This also gives you related careers to a certain major, as well as helpful web site links to look at labor statistics etc.

    www.bls.gov/oco The Occupational Outlook Handbook gives career related information, including: How much education is needed to attain that career, education, outlook for the future, salaries etc.

    www.highereducationstation.org The Illinois Association of College Admission Counseling (IACAC) web site Excellent site, which includes information about college, college fairs, financial aid, what to ask on a college visit and much more.

    www.christiancollegesearch.com One can search a number of Christian colleges and find useful tips.

    www.careercruising.com This site features search resources for both college and career. Excellent tool for finding schools and careers that match user's specific interests. You can get the username and password in the Guidance Office.

    www.collegeview.com Search for colleges, scholarships and financial aid; also links to college web pages and online applications.

    www.ope.ed.gov/security/search.asp (US Dept. of Education-Crime Statistics) Users can check the reported criminal offenses and statistics for various colleges across the US.

    www.petersons.com (Peterson's Education Center) Has useful college search, financial aid tips, online applications, and test preparation information.

    www.youniversitytv.com This site allows students to see video campus tours of colleges around the U.S.