College Resources

College Resource Information

Common Application

The Common Application is an acceptable application form for admission to the undergraduate programs of many colleges and universities. Many use the form exclusively. Students complete one Common Application form and send the form to any of the participating colleges.

The College Board

The College Board allows you to register for the SAT, search for colleges and scholarships and obtain a variety of information about the college search and application process.


Register for the ACT, download a college comparison worksheet, use the financial aid estimator and prepare for the test.

CSS Profile On-Line

The CSS profile is the form many private colleges and universities require, in addition to the FAFSA, for those applying for financial aid.


FAFSA or Free Application for Federal Student Aid: most colleges require this form before considering a student for financial aid.


Fastweb: A free scholarship search engine that matches a student’s interests with available scholarships.

Financial aid

A guide to financial aid.

National Association for College Admission Counseling

NACAC: Extensive list of online resources. This is a premier site for college resources.

NCAA Online

NCAA: Information about playing sports at the NCAA Division I, II, or III college level.

The Princeton Review

Princeton Review: Search based on name, region, state, size and cost. A Free scholarship search and financial aid resource that matches colleges to personal information.

Scholarship Scam Page

Federal Trade Commission information about scholarship swindles.