College Resources

For a comprehensive list of college resources, take a look at the list below.

ACT Testing – The ACT Plus Writing includes the four subject area tests plus a 30-minute Writing Test. ACT results are accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the U.S.

Affordable Schools Online – You can filter this list by school name, location, or tuition costs. By starting your search with cheap colleges that match your interests and educational goals, you are putting your best financial foot forward on the path to graduating with low amounts of student debt.

College Nannies + Tutors – Our one-on-one tutors understand how to work with students and make learning easy, fun and rewarding. While we believe in structured methods and proven approaches to teaching, the most important thing on our minds is how your unique student will reach their full potential. We offer a complete set of one-on-one customized tutoring for all ages and all subjects including college test prep.

College States – College Stats is all about providing you with the data you need to start or finish your college search. Find your data by searching a college name, selecting by our categories on the left, or using our college finder tool to combine criteria.

Federal Student Aid – Federal and state financial aid options.

Financial Aid – A great site to find college resources about Savings, scholarships, military aid, and other types of financial aid information.

Frugal Dad – You can filter this list by school name, location, or tuition costs. By starting your search with cheap colleges that match your interests and educational goals, you are putting your best financial foot forward on the path to graduating with low amounts of student debt.

SAT Scores and Testing – In 1900, the College Board was created to expand access to higher education. Formed by a handful of colleges, the purpose was to simplify the application process for students and college admission offices. More than a century after evaluating those first few test-takers, they’re helping more than seven million students prepare for a successful transition to college each year, and they continue to serve the education community.

State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) – The purpose of SCHEV’s website is to provide to college resources to students and parents. Find an overview of the different sources of available financial aid. SCHEV makes higher education public policy recommendations to the Governor and General Assembly in such areas as capital and operating budget planning, enrollment projections, institutional technology needs, and student financial aid. SCHEV administers a variety of educational programs that benefit students, faculty, parents, and taxpayers. SCHEV serves as a catalyst to promote greater access, quality, affordability, and accountability throughout the system. SCHEV also helps policymakers, college administrators, and other concerned leaders work cooperatively and constructively to advance educational excellence.

Student Loans Student loans offer a variety of deferment options and extended repayment terms. Student loans include the Federal Stafford and Federal Perkins Loans.

 

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