This software helps students narrow down college choices as well as career options and create a personalized plan to make their goals a reality. If you don’t already have it, you can schedule a demo to learn more about how it works.

Common App

Besides being a place for students to apply to more than 700 colleges, the Common App offers valuable information for students.

Colleges That Change Lives

This guide isn’t interested in the best, most competitive schools, but those that can actually create meaningful change, particularly for teens who weren’t straight–A students in high school. It’s organized by geographic region and includes in-depth interviews and insider information about the admissions process.

Chicago University


Consult this regularly updated, data-driven site that ranks schools in myriad ways — including the best online schools, the best food and the best no-application-fee colleges— as well as by state, major, admissions, campus, student life and academics.

College Lists Wiki

Curated by college counselors, this wiki houses over 250 lists that break down the schools in hyper-specific ways — think graphic design programs that don’t require a portfolio or the best prep for veterinary school.

Fiske Interactive

The online extension of the Fiske Guide to Colleges, which is compiled and written by former New York Times education editor Edward Fiske, allows users to take a deep dive into the 320 American colleges that Fiske deems the best and most interesting each year.


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