Applying for Financial Aid from your prospective college or from your State? Parents and students must complete a Free Application For Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for any financial aid from your State, the Federal Government or from the college you plan to attend. You can apply online or by mail.
Looking for a database to search for a scholarship or essay contest? Fastweb is a great free site to explore. You will need to register (free) and then place your individual criteria which will then give back a list of matching scholarship possibilities.
Are you an athlete who plans to play college sports? You will need to register with the NCAA Clearing House before you can play. Registration can be accomplished on-line at this site. Also listed are all qualifying and approved courses at each high school in the country.
This is one of the better sites to search for a college as well as register for the SAT's online.
This NJ department strives to provide students and families with the financial and informational resources for students to pursue their education beyond high school.
Are you interesting in finding out which NJ community college courses will transfer to any NJ four year college or university? Click on this site where you can type in any specific course to find out the transferability
NJNextStop.org is a NJ Dept of Labor website that tells you what skills you will need to be in demand in New Jersey industries, including health care, finance, construction, utilities, manufacturing, tourism, transportation and information technology. It's research focuses on New Jersey industries, but most of the skill and job information applies to occupations wherever they are located.