College Directories: Two & Four Year Colleges / Universities
This site allows you to search for colleges, majors, and scholarship opportunities. It allows you to narrow down your choices based on selectivity, type, location and a number of other factors. It also has a comparison feature so that you can see how schools stack up head to head. It is operated by the College Board who also administer the SAT.
This site helps you look for U.S. colleges by name, location, type of institution, and programs/majors. The profiles provide information about expenses, financial aid, enrollment, admission, athletics, and more. The site is fron the U.S. Department of Education
This site's searches display odds for getting into selected colleges and compares the student against other applicants, it calculates expected family contribution (EFC), tracks financial aid, compares award packages, and more.
This college search engine makes data on college affordability, diversity, and student success easy to find, compare, and analyze for over 12,000 U.S. colleges and universities.
Counseling Department College Resources
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College Ratings & Reviews
This White House page provides scorecards for U.S. colleges and universities. Topics include programs or majors offered, location, and enrollment size. Data is from the U.S. Department of Education's data.
College Results Online
For another perspective on a school, check out this site that has reviews of the schools by the students themselves.
U.S. News & World Report: Best Colleges
The U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges issue is a well established publication for evaluating college programs.
What Will They Learn?
For another perspective on college ratings, check out this site that rates colleges on the quality of their core curriculum
Community College Finder
This site has brief profiles of community colleges around the U.S.
Noodle: College Search
This site has indepth profiles of colleges. You can refine your search using a number of factors. University ratings and questions by users are also integrated into the site.
A part of the StartSpot network, the University Spot network is a directory of sites dedicated to topics related to college admission and college life.