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 College Board: College MatchmakerSearch through thousands of schools! Choose categories and interests that suit you, and the College Board will give you schools based on your choices.
 
 The Princeton ReviewPrincetonReview.com is the ultimate resource for college research and admissions advice. With school rankings and profiles, financial aid and scholarship information, insiders' admissions advice, planning tools and more.
 
 U.S. News: Best CollegesSearch through colleges based on national rankings, majors, cost and academic level.
 
 bigfuture by The College BoardGet ready for colleges by using this comprehensive planning guide that includes resources for career exploration, college search, getting in to college and paying for school. Your one stop shop for career and college planning.
 
 Pennsylvania System of Higher EducationThe 14 Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) universities offer the lowest-cost four-year baccalaureate degree programs in the state.
 
 Peterson's College SearchIn order to Succeed on your lifelong educational journey, you will need accurate, dependable, and practical tools and resources. That is why Peterson’s is everywhere education happens.
 
 College Prep 101College Prep 101 helps students not only prepare for college, but helps them succeed once they get to college.
 
 College ViewCollegeView contains hundreds of articles pertaining to the college planning process, along with over 4,000 college-specific information pages. Students and families can use our leading college search tool, SuperMatch, to search for and find colleges.
 
 Education PlannerEducationPlanner is your one-stop career and college planning website. EducationPlanner provides practical and easy-to-understand advice to help prepare students for the important decisions they will face in the future.
 
 U-CAN: University and College Accountability NetworkThe University & College Accountability Network (U-CAN) is designed to offer prospective students and their families concise, Web-based consumer-friendly information about the nation's private, nonprofit colleges and universities in a common format.
 
 Technical and Vocational Schools GuideLook through different technical, vocational and online programs and schools throughout the country.
 
 Vocational Schools GuideVocational Schools Guide offers a balanced look at the vocational school world. Here we list more than just ads. We match you with a school based on how users have rated schools. We help you find that perfect school that meets your needs.
 
 Accredited Online SchoolsAccreditedOnlineColleges.org aims to offer the web’s best resource for finding online accredited colleges and universities. This website provides a searchable directory of online colleges and universities.
 
 50 StatesSearch through all the colleges, universities, technical and trade schools in the country by state. Provides brief information on each school.
 
 First in the FamilyGeared toward students who are the first in their families to attend a postsecondary institution, this website offers valuable resources to help students and families understand the college and career process.
 
 YouCanGo! by the College BoardDon’t think college is for you? Think again. Don’t let your grades, the cost or being overwhelmed get in your way. Listen to other students share their stories and look through your options. College may be the best choice for you.
 
 KnowHow2GoThe American Council on Education, Lumina Foundation and the Ad Council created the KnowHow2GO campaign. This multi-year, multi-media effort that encourages young people to prepare for college using 4 simple steps.
 
 Strive for CollegeStrive for College is a new approach to correcting the inequalities of college access. Strive recruits undergraduate student mentors from local universities to guide low-income high school students through the college process.