NACAC Resources-- An array of resources and documents ranging from using high school resources to prepare for college through strategies for succeeding in college.
NACAC Recursos para Estudiantes y Padres--Encontrará las herramientas para transitar de la escuela secundaria a la universidad
Naviance--utilize the information from RBR graduates to determine your fit for particular colleges; conduct a college search identifying your preferences and analyzing national and local statistics
College Board--conduct a college search based on your preferences; analyze national statistics
Know How 2 Go--helpful hints and articles about the college process, starting from middle school and continuing through every year of high school
My Road--use your registration number on your PSAT to access this helpful website
In Like Me--a “gateway to college admissions” providing articles, tips and resources for prospective students
First Generation Students--an excellent resource for students who will be the first in their family to attend/apply for college
Uwannadu--Free comprehensive website offering college and career mapping, career testing and matching and informative career videos. *You must create a free account for access to their services.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
FAFSA online--The ONLY website on which you should complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
FSA ID--Sign up for your personal code--you will need this code to sign your FAFSA.
HESAA--A variety of resources from the New Jersey State Financial Aid organization.
Financial Aid Guide--An outstanding guide explaining why you should apply and how to apply for financial aid.
Finaid.org--Search for scholarships that match your profile, look for information regarding student loans, plan for savings plans and much more.
Scholarships.com--Search for scholarships, find colleges and learn about other types of aid for which you may qualify.
Fastweb--Helps with a targeted scholarship search, financial aid, college search and career advice.
Making College Affordable for Hispanic Students--This website provides information and resources specific to Hispanic students.
7 Steps to Financial Aid--A useful resource provided by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC)
How to Get a Degree Without Debt--A website with abundant resources, information, scholarship links, cost of living calculators, etc.
Study Guides and Learning Strategies--offers a variety of study guides, practices and helpful hints to address your academic needs. The opportunities are limitless!
Khan Academy on College Admissions--An evolving resources relevant for all college applicants.
College Admissions Etiquette--being polite can help in the admissions process
Naviance--On the "About Me" and "Careers" tabs, there are several opportunities to explore careers. Complete an interest inventory, analyze your skills, make lists of careers of interest and watch videos from a variety of career choices.
Occupational Outlook Handbook--For hundreds of different types of jobs, the Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you: the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job and working conditions.
Princeton Review--a five-minute career quiz to quickly identify possible career matches.
Salary.com--investigate the salaries for a specific career throughout the country.
Major Resource Kits--links academic majors in college to competitive careers (this site is provided by the University of Delaware, but applies to similar majors)