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How to Get in to Your Dream College. You can find it here:

Visit this mini quiz and resource guide for students interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).


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I hope you had an enjoyable summer and that the start of your school year is going smoothly.

We're excited to introduce the new - a premier resource to help plan for college. This helpful FREE resource features compelling multimedia editorial, insider tips and interactive tools on the college planning process.

Get ready! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) will be available on October 1 for the 2018-19 academic year. Completing the FAFSA is the first step in determining a student's eligibility for financial aid. Our FAFSA assistant can help your students and parents get ready and help ensure they have the right documents on hand when completing the FAFSA.

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Resource: College Scholarships Guide

Hi there,

My name is Alex Coleman and I am a member of the education team at LendEDU.

In an effort to help students afford college, our team at LendEDU has updated our guide to scholarships to help students find relevant opportunities to cut some of the costs of college.

Our resource teaches students and families the importance of searching for scholarships when figuring out how to pay for college:

Other key points we cover are seen below:
- What are Scholarships?
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- Applying for Scholarships: A Step-by-Step Process
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We have included Youtube videos from our channel to help cover the points we felt were most important.

This resource would be an awesome guide for your readers and would be a great addition to your resources page on your website.

There are no costs associated with sharing this resource or any resource on our site.

Please let me know if you have any questions and I look forward to hearing from you!



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Hi Financial Aid Friend,

My name is Allie. I work on the newly created financial literacy team at the Student Loan Report, the leading news source for financial aid and student loan industry news.

In 2017, we started an initiative to create engaging financial literacy guides, tools, and videos for incoming college students. We recently created this guide called Private Student Loans Guide - Eligibility, Costs, Repayment, & Warnings.

The guide was created to educate families on the risks and costs of using private educational loans. If you be willing to post a link to our guide on your website for students and families that would be incredible.

Thank you for your consideration.


Another scholarship and college checklist website to visit:

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There is a podcast on college admissions called “Getting In: Your College Admissions Companion" that discusses college admissions at schools of all sizes and levels. If you, your students, of their parents are looking for an information sources, I highly recommend listening to it. They are on a break right now, but older episodes are still very relevant. Past episodes can be found here:

The college financial aid process is starting early. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) can now be submitted as early as October 1.

Discover Student Loans is hosting a FREE 60 minute webinar to help your students and families make sense of the new changes to the FAFSA and the financial aid process.

The presentation will cover:

  • New changes to the FAFSA
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College Board
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Online College Options

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Collegeview Search
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College Fair Registration

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Princeton Review
The Princeton Review of colleges

College Net
College Net - it pays to think

Iona College

Centenary College of Louisiana


Peterson's Guide to Colleges and Universities

Careers and Colleges
Your guide to a successful future

College Matching

Characteristics you should consider when selecting a college.

College Board Texas Success Initiative Sample Questions

Sample questions for the TSI test.

TSI Study Tools

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TSI Study App

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College Accreditation Information

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Online College Options

Easy search capabilities to find online college options for various degree programs. Scholarship searches are available also.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

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FAFSA on the web
Free application for federal student aid

College for Texans
Preparing, applying and paying for college

Cappex College and Scholarship Search
Matches students to scholarships.

Scholarship Tips

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UT Texas Exes Scholarship Opportunities

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TEA TAKS released tests
TEA's TAKS resource website. Release tests are available for each grade level. You may print one out along with the answer key or take an online test and have it scored.

TAKS interactive study guide
TEA's interactive study guide for each grade level/subject for TAKS testing.


Texas Career Readiness

Visit this website for college and career readiness preparation ideas.

Texas Cost of Living and Affordability Atlas

This tool helps students make better decisions about where in Texas they can afford to live and work in the future according to their own parameters such as living situations, occupations/careers, household preferences and food budgets.
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Career One Stop

This guide connects young people to career exploration resources available on the CareerOneStop (COS). The guide encourages students to think and make decisions about their futures. It also encourages students to engage with career counselors, workforce professionals, teachers, and parents or guardians.

My Next Move

What's My Next Move? This tool leads students through a seven-step process that begins with a self-assessment of their career interests, helps them identify the education and skills they will need to qualify for a job in specific occupations, and ends with a comprehensive career plan. The plan can then be shared with high school guidance counselors, parents, teachers, and workforce professionals in the American Job Centers Network.

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