California Colleges Clearinghouse
This site provides access to applications and other essential information about all California community colleges, California State Universities, the University of California, and private colleges. This site has two main functions: college exploration, which offers virtual campus tours, criteria searches and a student-campus matching assistant; and guidance and counseling, including information on financial aid and admissions requirements.
California State University Information
This site will tell you everything you want to know about the California State University system and its 23 campuses. You can apply to a CSU online, request an application fee waiver, plan your courses, take a virtual campus tour, and more.
National Association of Christian College Admissions Personnel (NACCAP) provides an extensive list of Christian colleges across the United States.
This site, which is affiliated with US News and World Report, allows you to access applications and apply to 400 undergraduate and graduate colleges over the Internet. In addition, the matchmaker link will help you select a college that is right for you.
The College Guide is sponsored by the California Post-secondary Education Commission. It provides information about all five systems: UC, CSU, California Community Colleges, Independent Colleges and Universities, and Private Post-secondary and Vocational Education. You will be able to find information profiles about more than 400 California Colleges and Universities.
This site offers virtual tours of over a thousand college campuses in 360 x 360 degree views. It also includes many student-focused services to assist in choosing a college and understanding financial aid.
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
This site contains information for the potential college athlete including eligibility requirements for Divisions I, II, and III schools. This is also the new clearinghouse Web site at which the prospective student-athlete can access the materials and forms necessary to register. The NCAA “strongly suggests” that prospective student-athletes who plan to participate in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or II institution use this online registration.
The Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (AICCU) represents approximately 77 private institutions in California. They provide an “Online Guidebook for Students” with college profiles, admission applications, and links to the institution’s own web-sites. If you are interested in a private college in California you should check out this site for one-stop access to a variety of schools. It’s informative, fun and easy to use.
The University of California:
This site will tell you everything you want to know about the University of California. You can also apply to the University of California online. The UC Selection Criteria is called a “Comprehensive Review”. All UC-eligible applicants are reviewed using a combination of academic and personal achievement factors including.
U.S. Department of Education
This site is a direct link to more than 9,000 colleges nationwide.
This is a US government website that provides information on federal services. The U.S. Department of Education is coordinating with other federal agencies to provide a “one-stop-shop,” giving students access to information about financial aid, career development, education planning, consumer protection, and a wide variety of other topics.
This site has an online guide to walk you through the entire college-preparation process.