The Internet is a powerful tool for all students who are new to the college experience. You can use these popular time- and money-saving resources to your advantage now, while you’re planning for college, and then once you’ve arrived on campus at your dream school you can check out more of the best sites that the Web has to offer.
The search is on!
With so many schools to choose from, students can rely on these trusted names in academic guidance to find the perfect school.
www.CollegeConfidential.com – One of the world’s top 2,500 most visited sites, College Confidential connects users to valuable advice from peers and experts alike.
www.CollegeView.com – Search and request information directly from thousands of U.S. schools, and explore a vast range of college-related topics.
www.TuitionCoach.com – Need money for college? Tuition Coach provides funding solutions for students from every walk of life.
Also be sure to take advantage of your school’s own customized Family Connection Web site to improve and organize college planning. Talk to your counselor on how to get started.
I’m here…now what?
Acclimating to any new situation can be tricky. Fortunately, top sites like these help students stay organized, save money, and get invaluable advice on navigating college life.
www.BookFinder.com – Search more than 150 million textbooks from thousands of online retailers.
www.CampusTech.com – Get information—and valuable discounts—from the experts on college technology essentials.
www.Docs.Google.com – Google Docs makes it easy to access term papers and notes from any computer.
www.MyExp.org – Home to Out of the Dark, a helpful budgeting tool, My Experience can connect you to thousands of college students just like you.