• The web links provided below provides quick access to the most important websites used for college and career information. 

    Naviance Link
    Naviance
    Get information on colleges, careers, scholarships. Do college or career searches
     
     
    College Board Link
    College Board
    Sign up for SATs Research colleges Get test preparation hints Much, much more...
     
    Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (MEFA) & FASTWEB Scholarship
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    MEFA
    MEFA is a one-stop shop for college planning, saving and paying for college.
    Fastweb
    Fastweb is the most valid national search engine for scholarships for students.
     
    Test Optional Colleges & Universities
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    FairTest
    FairTest finds that nearly 850 four-year colleges do not use the SAT Reasoning or ACT to admit substantial numbers of bachelor degree applicants.
     
    Free Application for Federal Student Aid
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    FAFSA
    Free Application for Federal Student Aid - Start applying on October 1st!
     
    Common Application
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    Common Application
    There are now over 500 Common Application members in 47 states and the District of Columbia, as well as in Austria, France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, and Switzerland. While they represent tremendous diversity in size, mission, location, and selectivity, they all share a commitment of promoting access through holistic admission.
     
    NCAA Eligibility Center
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    NCAA
    Initial eligibility center for Division I or Division II college-bound student-athletes.
     
    Career Exploration
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    Career Exploration
    A tool for career exploration and job analysis! O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more!
     
    Online Colleges in Massachusetts
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    Online Colleges in Massachusetts
    The most comprehensive resource for students in Massachusetts interested in online colleges. In 2013 there were over 68,000 students who received their college education from one of these online institutions. Most of them are public institutions, and the tuition can be as low as $4,321 per year of study.
     
    College That Change Lives
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    Colleges That Changes Lives
    CTCL is dedicated to the advancement and support of a student-centered college search process. Namely, working to educate families that the importance of understanding an individual student’s needs and how they “fit” with the mission and identity of an individual college community is more important than name and prestige.
     
    College Guide for LGBTQ Students
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    LGBTQ Students
    A College Guide for LGBTQ students to help search and find LGBTQ Friendly colleges/universities. A useful guide that offers valuable information, resources, and scholarships.
     
    Degrees in Psychology
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    Degrees in the field of Psychology
    If you are considering the world of Psychology as your chosen career path and want an overview, please check out psychology.org for helpful educational and career resources. http://www.psychology.org/degrees http://www.psychology.org/degrees/associate/ http://www.psychology.org/degrees/bachelors/ http://www.psychology.org/experts/