Resources for Current Students

Great College Links

  • College Board connects students to college success and opportunity.
  • American College Testing (ACT) Advice on academic preparation, applying to colleges, choosing a college, with a college planning checklist.
  • College Navigator from National Center for Educational Statistics helps students find a college.
  • NH College & University Council (NHCUC) is a non-profit consortium of 17 NH public and private institutions of higher education that enhances educational opportunities for nearly 70,000 students currently attending the member institutions.
  • NH Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) offers early college planning info for Middle School students, career exploration and college admissions info for High School students, and so much more.
  • Tuitionbreak (NEBHE) New England Board of Higher Education’s Tuition Break program enables New Hampshire students to receive tuition breaks at eligible New England public institutions.
  • CollegeVIEW helps you request information from multiple schools, compare schools side by side, find tips and advice for your transition to college.
  • Go College offers resources to guide students on how to select a college, get accepted, finance and succeed in college.
  • Peterson's College Review provides search tools for some of the best colleges and universities, articles, and resources to help you find the right school, contact admissions officials instantly, excel on tests, and pay for college.
  • Common Application is an online admissions application that allows students to submit to any of the member colleges.
  • Universal Application is an online admissions application that allows students to submit to any of the member colleges.
  • is a way to visit college campuses online.

College Application & Financial Aid Links

  • The Common Application
    Most, but not all, schools use the common application. Be sure to check with the colleges you are applying to. After completing your admission application, remember to arrange with your guidance office to have your official transcript and letters of recommendation sent to the college admission office.

General Financial Aid Information

Applying for Financial Aid

Career Search Resources

Thinking about possible college majors goes hand in hand with college and career exploration. Here are some links to help you get started!

Educational Technology Resources

New opportunities and ways to integrate technology into your learning about being developed every day. Here are some links to help you get started!

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