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The 4 Steps to College
Adventures in Education
College is within your reach. —The future is coming at you
fast. Education is the key to success, that’s why it is so
important to get a college education. Whether you need help selecting,
apply to, or paying for college, AIE can help.
A great education can help you
achieve your dreams.
You can do it, and here's how.
Students can register to take college entrance exams administered
and scored by ACT (the American College Test). The site also has
parent resources, test taking strategies, and an event calendar.
It also covers what students and parents need to do to prepare
for college. Students may also explore careers and how to
prepare for jobs.
This website offers information on how to find the right college.
It includes search tips, financial aid options and degree information
provides information on colleges and universities in the United
Oklahoma Higher Education website that gives information on Admissions
Standards, College Cost, Glossary of College Terms, College Placement,
Financial Aid, Education Information Services, as well as other
This is one of the entry sites for secondary students preparing for
college life. This is a one stop for examination, financial aid and
selecting the right school information. Students can also pick
up test dates, visit a campus, find out how to file applications
online, or search for a school in a database with over 3,000 entries.
This site contains 1500 customized Internet admissions applications
built for college and university programs. When applying to more
than one program you save redundant typing since common data automatically
travels from form to form.
This site serves as a guide to applying for a Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and provides eligibility requirements
This site gives students and parents more information about college
and ways to pay for it: preparing, choosing, applying, funding,
attending, and repaying.
Students will find a lengthy index of topics that provide assistance,
tools, discussion, government and school sources of aid, specific
interests and other information.
Students can request a Personal Identification Number, or PIN through
this website. A PIN is the code that you need to: sign your
FAFSA electronically; retrieve your renewal FAFSA information over
the Internet; and file your renewal FAFSA using the FAFSA on the
Sallie Mae provides funds for educational loans, primarily federally
guaranteed student loans originated under the Federal Family Education
Loan Program (FFELP) and also offers an array of consumer credit
loans, including those for life-long learning.
Find the latest information about college costs, scholarships,
financial aid applications, education loans, and college financing
Find money for college! Search 1.3 million scholarships worth over
$3 billion. Get expert tips on financial aid, careers and more!
Find your dream school with personalized matching against over
4,000 colleges. Students may also get more information from colleges
via a college search.
FreSch!, a free scholarship search site, has a database of over 5,000
organizations and foundations that offer scholarships, representing
approximately 450,000 awards.
Here you can online applications for colleges and scholarships.
Use this site to search through thousands of scholarships and grants,
many of which are administered by the United Negro College Fund.
You will have access to both UNCF administered scholarships and
scholarships administered by other organizations. You can search
alphabetically, geographically and by discipline or major.
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The American Indian College Fund provides scholarships and other
support for the nation's 32 tribal colleges and universities.
The site profiles several grants available to Native American students. Notes
the award amounts and criteria.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source
of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance
to individuals making decisions about their future work lives.
The Handbook is revised every two years.
The career resources center lists an index of career related websites.
The Career Magazine is an on-line publication devoted to career issues,
job openings, resume postings and employers.
The Oklahoma Department of Vocational and Technical Education’s
mission is to prepare Oklahomans to succeed in the workplace. Within
this site you will find up-to-date information about various divisions,
And professional development opportunities, instructional materials
and products, business and industry contacts and much more.