National Association for College Admission Counseling -
The NACAC makes it their mission to help you get into college. In their "For Students" section you'll find great tips and resources. Artsy teens will want to pay particular attention to the Performing and Visual Arts College Fair. Provided by the National Association for College Counseling.
Peterson's - A commercial site by a firm that’s been in the college and career biz since about day one; it's worth checking out.
FAFSA - Applying for student aid? Take a look at FAFSA on the Web. Provided by the Department of Education.
FinAid - This highly rated site is the first place to look for financial aid information. By National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
Guaranteed Scholarships.com - You'll find a list of scholarships guaranteed by individual colleges to ALL admitted students meeting the criteria listed. By American Educational Guidance Center.
College Board - Online Information from the people who bring you the SATS.
The Princeton Review - The Princeton Review is the big dog of the test preparation (SAT, etc) world, so take a look.
U.S. News Online - The annual college rankings.
My College Guide - Search for schools by location, size and cost. Ask questions of the Admissions Guru.
O*Net Online - Designed to replace the Dictionary of Occupational Titles, this site includes information on skills, abilities, knowledges, work activities, and interests associated with occupations. Provided by the U.S. Department of Labor.