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Find out everything about student loans -- for those borrowing for this fall, or grads looking to consolidate
SAT info, College search. This is the place to start understanding the process of college admissions, SAT tests, and to start your search for the college that's right for you, using the "college matchmaker" tool.
Start here for everything you need to know about financial aid, FAFSA (the financial aid application form), advice on college costs. Even parents of young children should start here to get information on 529 College Savings plans, which work best if you start saving early!
This is the Department of Education official website, helpful for parents and students of all ages.
The Princeton Review website is especially helpful for information about graduate school, medical school, and helps with search, admissions, application information and financial
This website bills itself as the most complete source of scholarships and grants, at both the national and local level. It can't hurt to try it, and it doesn't cost you a penny.
This is the website of the well-known Peterson's college planner, and it can help you find international schools, culinary institutes, nursing schools, online learning centers, and much more.
Sallie Mae - now a private company - is the nation's largest provider of student loans. Click here for information on all sorts of loans: Federally subsidized student loans, PLUS loans for parents, and Student Loan Consolidations.
Someone has to compete with Sallie Mae. With student loan rates fixed by the Federal Government, service is the defining feature. Sallie Mae sets a tough standard but this company is a worth competitor - they try harder!
Networking for parents of college students! This site offers advice, purchase deals for parents/students, insights into campus issues, and other support as you enter this new phase of your life.