Search nearly 7,000 colleges and universities across the nation and get information on tuition and financial aid, major/programs offered, enrollment, library data, and information on campus security.
Where the Scholarships Are
If you and your child decide to invest your time in a search for scholarships, it's important to have an organized system to find, apply for, and win scholarship money.
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College Navigator is a free consumer information tool designed to help students, parents, high school counselors, and others get
information about college choices. You can learn about programs
offered, retention and graduation rates, prices, aid available,
degrees awarded, campus safety, and accreditation.
SATs and College Testing
Take the Tests
Find information about common standardized tests and what you need to do to prepare for them.
College Board Tests
Learn what admissions exams your child should be taking, and how they impact college admissions.
The SAT®: Parent FAQs
Find the answers to questions like, "How much does the SAT cost?" and "What do SAT scores look like?"
The ACT tests students in English, reading, mathematics, and science reasoning. Here is a student site for ACT test takers. Don't miss the ACT Test Prep page.
This calculator computes the amount you need to save each month in order to pay for college.
Utah Adult Education Office
USBE's Alternative and Adult Education provides educational services and interventions that empowers individuals to become self-sufficient, with skills necessary for future employment and personal successes. They assist youth and adults to obtain the knowledge and skills necessary for employment and self-sufficiency while completing a secondary education.
Snapshot of Drinking Consequences
This snapshot of annual high-risk college drinking consequences includes a concise list of facts outlining the effects of alcohol abuse on college campuses, communities, and students.
Trace the flow of alcohol through your body and see how it affects your organs and systems.