College and Beyond

    • College Planning for High School Students - Brought to you by Maryville University, this guide covers a variety of topics, ranging from college prep information for parents to a breakdown of important resources for students in grades 9-12 as they prepare for their education beyond high school.
    • Student Scholarships - A vast collection of scholarships found on the web. Students can get matched with scholarships that fit their profile, gain information about careers and salaries, and view video and virtual tours of different careers, universities, and programs.
    • FAFSA- The new 2018-2019 FAFSA (including the ready-to-use IRS Data Retrieval Tool) is here! FYI: Some states and schools have limited funds, so don't delay! To begin your application, click Start A New FAFSA.
    • AP Credit Policies - AP students can use this site to search AP credit policies of different universities.
    • NCAA Eligibility Center - Initial eligibility academic standards are changing for student athletes enrolling at an NCAA Division I university on or after August 1, 2016 (this year's high school sophomore class and younger). Also, check out the Initial-Eligibility Resource Index, a new electronic tool that contains links to the NCAA Eligibility Center's resources and presentations available free of charge.
    • 2019-2020 Guide for the College Bound Student AthleteLearn about NCAA Eligibility from high school to college.
    • Selective Service Registration - According to the law, all 18 year-old males (including U.S. citizens living abroad and non-citizen immigrant males 18-25 residing in the U.S.) must register for selective service. The only young men exempt from registration are non-citizen males who are in the U.S. temporarily as tourists, diplomats and their family members, foreign exchange students, incarcerated or institutionalized men, men on active duty in the Armed Forces, or students at U.S. Military Academies. 
    • AP Credit Policies - AP students can use this site to search AP credit policies of different universities.
    • ECampus Tours - Ready to begin your college planning? eCampusTours.com is a revolutionary college planning web site featuring 360° x 360° virtual campus tours of over 1200 college campuses. Each campus tour allows you to see what college life is really like through unique panoramic photographs. If you like what you see in the virtual campus tour, you can search the college website, contact the college's admission office, or save the virtual college tour in your eCampusTours portfolio.
    • How Stuff Works: College Admission - This is a good site to begin with when researching college admissions. Includes sections on selecting a college, SAT scores, minority students, when to apply, and more.
    • COLLEGEdata - Choose, prepare, apply and pay for college with advice and tools from CollegeData. Get college admission help and search for colleges and scholarships.
    • Choosing the Right College: A Guide - For students who are deciding between schools to attend or which colleges to apply to, this guide directs you through all the decision points and considerations to make.