This list of FAQs compiled by the College Board answers questions about community college applications, transfers to four-year institutions, and financial aid.
This resource section from The College Board offers students tools for identifying their short-term and long-term goals, as well as for guidelines on how to figure out what kinds of colleges will be the right fit.
The College Board has compiled resources for undocumented students, including information about financial aid, helpful videos, and interviews with students who share their experiences.
A number of ideas from the College Board for supporting a college-going culture at your school.
The College Board walks students through an introduction to different kinds of colleges, including about liberal arts programs, two- and four-year colleges, universities, and public and private colleges.
College Bound is a free online parent education program that offers simple ways for parents to help children do well in school, available in English and Spanish. Registration required.
Online database listing college scholarships by state, student profile, degree, etc.
This section of the College Summit website compiles reports and articles focused on creating a college-going culture, including articles focused on minority and first-generation students.
Information about College Summit's "Peer Leaders" program, which gives students a central role in encouraging their classmates to consider applying for college.
Colorado Education Association is a National Education Association State Affiliate that regularly lobbies legislators for the resources schools need, campaigns for higher professional standards for the teaching profession, and files legal actions to prote