Students and parents can start NOW to plan for the college application process. Here are some websites that might help:
- http://www.GACollege411.orgThe Georgia Student Finance Commission helps students plan, apply for and pay for college in the state of Georgia. This site includes information on colleges, financial aid, the HOPE scholarship, careers and testing.
- http://www.collegeboard.orgThe College Board website assists students with studying for and registering for the SAT exams. It also provides test score information about PSATs, SATs, and AP exams.
- http://.www.act.orgThe ACT website allows students to register for and study for the ACT.
- http://www.PrincetonReview.com This is an on-line version of the college guide that has been in publication in book form for year. It provides information about colleges & universities nation-wide.
- http://www.ecampustours.com This site provides virtual tours & information of many college campuses. Use this site to narrow down your college search before planning a focused campus visit.
- http://www.collegebasics.com It offers information on colleges, resources, and scholarships.
- http://www.petersons.comThis is an on-line version of the Peterson's guide to colleges & universities.
- http://www.hacu.net This is a website for the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.
- http://www.hillel.org This is a website offering extensive resources for Jewish students.
- http://www.collegenet.com This site identifies schools based on criteria such as location, size, degree programs, etc. and provides links to individual college websites.
Where do you stack up for admission to Georgia Tech and UGA?