(www.collegeboard.com) – College Board offers a very extensive college search, including their “College Matchmaker” which allows students (or parents) to conduct a very individualized college search based on criteria such as preferred major, location, extracurricular opportunities, college size, and more.
(http://www.bls.gov/OCO/) - Occupational Outlook Handbook is a website managed by the US Department of Labor. Students can use this website to research careers, including information about education required, compensation possible, and the future job outlook for people trained in various careers.
(www.commonapp.org) – The Common Application is used by various colleges throughout the United States, including the University of Michigan and several other Michigan colleges and universities. If a student is required by a college to use the Common Application, they will need to create an account on this website.
(www.eligibilitycenter.org) – NCAA Eligibility Center is the organization through which all students desiring to play Division I or Division II athletics must apply. Students are responsible for registering with the clearinghouse at the end of their junior year. Students are also responsible for making sure that they are taking the proper classes to meet the eligibility standards.