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College Resources



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U.S. News Education College Rankings- students can use this site to learn more information about colleges such as endowment, 4-yr graduation rate, and percentage of students with their financial need fully met.

College Scorecard-this site was created by the U.S. Department of Education for students to use to help them find a college that’s a perfect match.

FAFSA – website that you use to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

Google Scholar- helps students to figure out what sources are considered “scholarly”. A good resource when it comes to writing research papers.

Purdue Online Writing Lab- students can get information about MLA & APA format & much more information useful for writing papers.

Quizlet- students can use this site to create their own flashcards for studying or review study sets from others.

Coursera- if you ever want to take a class just to gain some extra knowledge then Coursera is the place for you! They offer multiple courses form various universities that you can take online for free.

Rate My Professors- this site is very helpful when it comes to registering for classes. It helps you find out how your teachers teach ahead of time.

Mint-helps you learn how to budget your money.

Tun-has information on students discounts, scholarships, and more.