We can help you navigate the maze of college information, requirements, and deadlines to find the right match for you.
Colleges and Admissions Planning
A Better Chance (Opportunities for Minority Students)—www.abetterchance.org
Colleges that Change Lives—www.ctclonline.com
National Association for College Admission Counseling—www.nacacnet.org
Top 20 College Planning Resources—www.connectionsacademy.com
U.S. News & World Report: Education—www.usnews.com
Testing and Test Prep
Educational Testing Service (ETS)—www.ets.org
Test Prep Review—www.testprepreview.com
The Princeton Review—www.review.com
Scholarships and Financial Aid Links
CSS-Financial Aid Profile—student.collegeboard.org
Federal Stafford Loans—www.edvisors.com
Federal Student Aid—studentaid.ed.gov
Fiske, Edward B., The Fiske Guide To Getting Into the Right College, Sourcebooks Inc., 2004.
Greene Howard and Matthew, Making It Into A Top College: 10 Steps to Gaining Admissions to Selective Schools and Universities, Harper Info, 2000-2002.
Greene Howard and Matthew, The Hidden Ivies, Harper Info, 2000-2002.
Greene Howard and Matthew, Green’s Guide to Educational Planning: The Public Ivies, The Great State Schools, Harper Info, 2000-2002.
Greene Howard and Matthew, Inside the Top Colleges, Harper Info, 2000-2002.
Pope, Loren, Colleges That Change Lives, Penguin Books.
Pope, Lauren. Looking Beyond the Ivy League, Penguin Books.
Princeton Review. The Best 379 Colleges.
Yale Daily News, The Insider’s Guide to the Colleges.
Greene Howard and Matthew, Presenting Yourself Successfully to Colleges, Harper Info, 2000-2002. Greene Howard and Matthew, How to Market Your Strengths and Make Your Applications Stand Out, Harper Info 2000-2002.
Custard, Edward, The Best 311 Colleges, Princeton Review Publishing, 1998.
Schneider, Zola, Campus Visits and College Interviews, College Entrance Examination Board, 1987.
Spencer, Janet and Sandra Maleson, Visiting College Campuses, The Princeton Review/Random House (7th edition)
Anderson and Basili, The Unofficial, Unbiased Guide to the 328 Most Interesting Colleges, Kaplan 2004.
Mathews, Jay, Harvard Schmarvard, Three Rivers Press, 2003.