What colleges are available? What programs are offered at what colleges? Where is that college? The answer to these questions and many more can be found using these internet resources.
AnyCollege.Net - Access this free college search engine directory to learn information on over 5,500 different colleges.
Brain Track - Search colleges based on religion, state, career, and degree type. Includes scholarship and financial information, application tips, and student stories.
College View - Compare colleges through articles, profiles and directories; locate scholarships; and read helpful articles about college and scholarship applications.
College Prowler - Discover the perfect school for you. See if you'll get in and how much you'll pay. Get the most out of your college experience.
NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse - Student-athletes who plan to attend a NCAA Division I or NCAA Division II college or university can learn about requirements and eligibility rules, register online, and view a list of approved core courses.
Peterson's - An extensive amount of information for college, careers, and more.
Seattle Times College Guide to learn more about choosing a major, selecting a college, changes in financial aid, tours of local colleges, and application completion.
Project Opportunity - compare, discover, and learn about colleges in Washington
U-CAN - offer essential information to make it easy to compare participating schools. Interested in the professor-student ratio? The racial breakdown on campus? A detailed picture of costs and financial aid? Here's where you can get a glimpse or follow the links to dig deeper.
US News and World Report - Visit this site to gain words of wisdom, going on a college road trip, receive financial aid advise, and compare school programs.