COLLEGE SEARCH WEBSITES
Choose some of the links below and learn more about schools that interest you. Keep in mind that depending on the criteria you list, you can get either no matches or far too many matches. Play around with each site to learn which is the best one for you.
Unigo has a lot of great information for students and parents looking to get a sense of what a school has to offer, paying for college as well as interviews with current students to get their perspective. Give this search engine a try and see what you learn about colleges and universities that interest you!
Noodle.has information to share regarding school you might be considering. It also offers ideas on test taking and other resources for students and families trying to make it through the college application process.
Bigfuture lets you explore colleges and careers, and strategies to pay for college. There are many search criteria to consider when searching for schools that will match what you are looking for.
Collegeportraits has a lot of great information for 300 public colleges and universities across the country. The information is presented in a very clear and simple manner, which is very refreshing as the college search process can be very overwhelming.
Mycollegeopitons is also presented in a simple format for the user. It allows the user to create a search unique to your interests. Don't forget to check out the Admit One Blog under the Advice section.
California Colleges helps parents and students explore college and career options as well as financial aid and scholarship resources. It is a very helpful resource for students starting in middle school to begin the process of planning for college.
College Scorecard is a website intended to help students and parents understand the colleges and universities throughout the country based on search criteria you enter. It is a large database, but does not rate or evaluate the colleges.
CollegeData has great information to explore admissions data, and very overall helpful information about colleges you might be considering. The website also has information on financial aid to consider.