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Cyn Goode’s Home Page:

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Historically Black Colleges

Indep. Higher Ed. Network:

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Mapping Your Future:

Minority Inst. Info.

Money On-line Search



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Application Zap

College Link

College Edge Web Apps

Common Application

Electronic Applications

Higher Ed. Info Center

Indep. College  Applications


Web Applications


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Athletic Info

College Athletics

Scholar Athlete Info

NAIA Eligibility Center

NCAA Eligibility Center

Nat’l Recruiting Network

Univ. Sports Programs


Financial Aid


Channel 4000


Deptartment of Educational Financial Aid

Electronic FASFA


Finan. Aid Errors



Financial aid

Finaid info page

Fin. Aid info

FA estimator

FA Resource Center

FA awareness Month

Indep Higher Ed. Network


FA Calculator

Parent Soup FA Calculator

Paying for School

Peterson’s FA Page

Project EASI

Sallie Mae FA info

Student Guide-Dept of Ed.


XAP FA info

Yahoo FA Info







College Express




Free Search

Go College


Minority info

Minority Scholarships

MOLIS Minor. Schol.

Scholarship Info

Scholarships on the web

SRN scholarship search




Links to College Home Pages


Admissions Office Pages

All About College

Campus Tours

College Home Pages

College HP

Ecola College Locator

Indep. Higher Ed. Netw.

International Coll. Dir.

Links to Coll. Home Pages

XAP Web Links

Yahoo Coll. Web Pages

Loan Information


Amer. Student Asst.

eStudent Loan


MFEA Loans

Nellie Mae

Sallie Mae


Test Prep


Coll. Adm. Testing

College Board On-Line

College Power Prep


Get Tested: College4u

Kaplan Page

Princeton Review

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Combined BA-MD

Construction Jobs

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Cynthia Goode’s Links:

DSC Career Page

Find Your Career

Future Scan

ICPAC Careers Page

Internat’l Careers

IPL Teen Career Pathways

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Mapping Your Future

Mich. Career Info Center

Moneys 50 Hottest Jobs

Occupational Handbook

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Web Sites for College, Career, Scholarship and Financial Aid Searches - Association of Independent Kentucky Colleges and Universities. This site contains information and helpful hints for applying to college and financial aid, as well as “Searching for the Right College” link to other web sites. - Gives state by state and country by country college links and more. - Permits searches for art programs in the U.S. and the world.  Searches can be refined by type of program desired (college, technical school, etc.) and specialty (animation, fashion design, drafting, etc.). - Provides links to assist African-American students in the college search process. – This site matches individual characteristics and interests with potential scholarships. - Will give hundreds of college visual materials, maps, photos and virtual tours. – A searchable database of scholarships available to students. - A site that will give links to, and information about, Kentucky’s state universities. - This site posts résumés, has a job bank and also provides career consultations. - This site links you to Christian College Search.Com.  Information is given for over 100 colleges/universities that have a commitment to bible faith and high quality academic programs. - Provides a free information service on Christian Colleges and Seminaries. - A database to aid in the scholarship search. – Assists families of students who are interested in playing college athletics. - As a free database by the College Board, this site focuses on all aspects of college life. - The College Board’s free scholarship search program. – This site helps “demystify” the college admissions process.  There is a section which offers advice on selecting schools that best match the applicant. - Answers parents’ questions on college planning and how to pay tuition.  The site contains scholarship opportunities, financial aid programs and college savings plans. - The CollegeNet Scholarship search includes approx. 600,000 awards. - This site provides information about state-sponsored college savings plans. - This site showcases 101 top college, university and scholarship web pages and valuable links. - The American Educational Guidance Center offers tips on all types of scholarships. - Several “sessions” are set up to help students make a successful academic and social transition to college. - Profiles over 3,500 colleges and universities, electronic application forms, career planning tools, and virtual tours of over 200 colleges. - This site provides the opportunity to download the Common Application, accepted by approximately 250 colleges. – The Community Foundation of Louisville site for scholarship and grants.  There are some scholarships specifically for Louisville area graduates, but there are others that are open to all. - Connect you to the Department of Labor and a recent edition of the Occupational Outlook Handbook. - This site provides a guide to federal grants, loans and work-study programs. - This site contains Funding Your Education, The Student Guide in English and Spanish, and links to other sources. - US Dept. of Ed. helps answer questions about high school and beyond. – This site guides visitors through every step of the application process and offers practical advice for each step along the way. - Use this site to fill out and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  FAFSA on the web is fast, easy, more accurate than paper.  Students who apply online will get their application results 7 to 14 days faster than if they mail a paper FAFSA.  Students can print a paper copy of the FAFSA to use as a worksheet.  The FAFSA is also available online in Spanish. - A free scholarship search database containing approx. 180,000 private sector scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans. – A free online resource on all US federal government student financial aid programs. - A comprehensive financial aid information page links users to many useful sites.  It provides information about loans, special interest scholarships, and fraud prevention. - This site gives advice on how to distinguish between legitimate and fraudulent organizations.  Also, learn how to protect yourself from scholarship scams. – A career guidance online resource from Focus On The Family.  The CALL evaluates spiritual gifts as well as intellectual abilities.  It is great for providing direction in deciding college majors as well as career choices. - This is a frequently updated database of scholarships that lists more than 2,000 scholarship sources offering more than 160,000 awards. - Kentucky’s Affordable Tuition Plan (KAPT) permits pre-payment of tomorrow’s Kentucky college tuition at today’s prices. – Scholarships available to students who are members of United Methodist churches. – The Gates Millennium Scholarships web site run by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation - Scholarship searches and ACT/SAT practice tests. – This site is designed to begin being used for eighth graders.  It contains sections on planning for college, selecting a school, paying for college, etc. – Web site for possible scholarships for Hispanic students. - Another web site for Hispanic students. - A great site for information student loans and how to pay them back. - A site for the Kentucky Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.  Visit this site for answers to questions about financing college. - This is a good site for information about saving for college. - Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority.  Find information about colleges, financial aid, Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) information, etc.  There are answers to FAQs as well as a Hot Sites link. – This organization offers free information and services for schools, students, and families as they consider college, financial aid and careers. - This is the official site for the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and provides links to events such as the National College Fair and the Performing and Visual Arts College Fair. - Offers all the information you’ll need regarding financial aid and more. - National Collegiate Athletics Association.  This site contains information about college athletics, NCAA Clearinghouse, etc. - For those interested in Div. I or II college athletics, use this site to register with the NCAA Clearinghouse and to download a copy of the current Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete - A national nonprofit student loan financing and services. - Free college search service that allows parents, students, and other interested parties to communicate directly with college admissions reps., faculty members, students, and more, all via the internet. - Loads of information about financial aid, colleges/universities, private schools, etc. - Request Personal Identification Number (PIN) on this web site.  A PIN is your electronic signature for FAFSA on the web, Renewal FAFSA and Corrections on the web.  Use the PIN to access your student aid history online and/or to correct your Student Aid Report (SAR) online.  You can also access the National Student Loan Data System. - Online help with college searches and applications, test preparation, and career advice. - This site boasts that it’s the “world’s largest online library” offering over 40,000 books for virtual research and study. – Web site for African-American students applying for scholarships through the Ron Brown Scholars Program. - Advice on paying for college, from scholarships to loans. - Information is given about “529 savings plans”. - State Council on Higher Education for Virginia.  This is a good starting point for those interested in Virginia colleges/universities. – This site contains information about community-, partnership-, and corporation-based scholarships. - Provides search of an entire database of scholarships, nearly 3,000 sources. - A free Scholarship Research Network search database includes scholarships for undergraduate and graduate study.  It also includes student loan forgiveness programs. - Selective Service System web site.  Registration for the draft is a requirement (for males 18-25 years of age) to qualify for Federal student aid, job training benefits, and most Federal employment. - Student Loan Funding’s mission is to “increase access to higher education through information outreach and college funding programs.”  This site will answer questions about higher education opportunities. - A great source for information about loans for college. - Student Financial Assistance’s award-winning web site, which connects students to US government services and information, including information on careers, planning an education, and paying for college. – A site for students with intellectual disabilities who want to go to college.  Resources are available for parents of these students as well. - United Negro College Fund.  There is information for scholarship applications as well as member institutions. - This is a site for the Dictionary of Occupational Titles.  This is a great place to start when interested in searching for a career. – This site provides educators, trainers, career counselors, job seekers and students with a wealth of facts, statistics and information on occupational and career trends. 

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  • Author: Shaun Cook
  • Updated: Tuesday, October 28, 2014