College Help & Resources

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 FREE Math Help:  Tuesday - Thursday

 Free Math Help for College Students.  No Appointments are necessary.

Tuesdays/Wednesdays:  4:00 - 6:00 PM; Thursdays:  3:15 - 4:45 PM

Fall Semester September 3 - December 12, 2019*

* No tutoring during Thanksgiving Break.

 Online Resources

 Brainfuse HelpNow  Live Homework Help 7 days a week between 1 and 10 PM. Includes live tutors for all subjects.English & Español.
Britannica School gives you three sites in one: Children, Young Adults, and the Reference Center for older students and adults. Choose the age-appropriate level that works best for you and conduct research, complete homework assignments, and work on special projects.

This free resource, created by College Board, offers information on finding a college, financing one’s education, and exploring careers. This is a valuable tool for students and their families beginning their college search.
 Locate funding resources for college.  Find scholarships for students, as well as college and career information.
 ReferenceUSA_CMYK_sm  ReferenceUSA is the premier source of business and residential information for reference and research.It offers the most up-to-date data available in the market. Find jobs by job skills, location, and industry; find business opportunities; locate companies nationwide; research business executives; view historical market trends; track down addresses and phone numbers; and discover news articles for research.


For a full list of available Online Resources, please follow this link.

 Helpful Links for College & Career Information


American Archive of Public Broadcasting - The American Archive of Public Broadcasting seeks to preserve and make accessible significant historical content created by public media, and to coordinate a national effort to save at-risk public media before its content is lost to posterity.

Bunk History - A non-profit, non-partisan endeavor to connect history through articles, maps, videos, conversations, visualizations, and podcasts.

Campus Security Data Analysis: The U.S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education provides a direct link to reported criminal offenses for over 6000 colleges and universities in the United States. Researching colleges? Give this site a try! This site contains online tours of colleges all over the U.S.

ChemMatters Online - The American Chemical Society's ChemMatters magazine is available online.  Targeted for high schoolers and includes articles and videos. Register or prepare for the SATs and also get college planning materials.

College Connection Scholarships: Provides information on scholarships, including eligibility requirements, deadlines, amounts, contact name, address, phone number and website of the scholarship sponsor.

CollegeData: Quickly search this comprehensive database of scholarships without having to register. Select state of residency, religion, ethnicity or subject of study to for specific scholarships.

College Financial Aid Planning Tips: News articles about paying for college from US News and World Report. Offers information about scholarships, schools, and financial aid.  Also includes lists of links for types of schools including historically black schools, schools for women, Catholic and Christian schools, and programs for students with developmental or physical disabilities.

CollegeSource Online: Featuring over 40,000 College Catalogs in complete cover-to-cover original page format including 2-year, 4-year, graduate, and professional schools. Check out the advance search tool to find a U.S. school by tuition, enrollment or degree.

CollegeView: Find the right college for you, based on course of study, tuition range, location, and more.

Community Colleges in the United States: Contains links to community college homepages. Searchable by state or major.

College Center: This site helps identify colleges that are a good fit for first generation, low-income or minority students. Planning for your future can seem overwhelming, especially when you are young. If you are feeling unprepared, know that you are not alone. Help is available. EducationPlanner provides practical advice so you can find the career and educational path that's right for you.

FastWeb: This site helps you find scholarships and grants to match your scores and skills, as well financial news, information, and advice.

FAFSA: The official website for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

FinAid: The "SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid" helps you to find scholarships, grants, loans, and other types of financial aid.

Guide to College Scholarships: This guide provides insight into the types of scholarships available, the application process, and how to improve your odds of being awarded a scholarship.

Library of Congress - Access to the Library of Congress' digital collections of manuscripts, photos, archived websites, audio recordings, music, books, films, maps, newspapers, and more.

My College Guide: Online magazine for the college-bound teen. Includes articles on how to pay for school, finding the right college, and an on-line forum to get your burning questions answered.

Nationally Coveted Scholarships: Free college scholarships, graduate fellowships, postdoctoral awards, financial aid, internships, student loans, prizes, and stipends. "Highly competitive and prestigious."

Occupational Outlook Handbook: Revised every two years, the Handbook describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.

Petersons: Finding your perfect college fit doesn't need to be a major headache. We've compiled search tools for some of the best colleges and universities, articles, and resources to help you find the right school, contact admissions officials instantly, excel on tests, and pay for college.

Scholarship Scams: A warning from the Federal Trade Commission on being a savvy and safe scholarship seeker.

Skillsoft - Provides resources to help employees and employers lead through crisis.  With more companies asking employees to work from home and in-person industry events going virtual, COVID-19 has created an immediate need to rethink work processes.  The Business Continuity Learning Center is here to help.  They've pulled together fan favorite skills videos to help leaders and their employees adapt during this difficult time. Federal Student Aid is an office of the US Department of Education. How do I prepare for college? What types of aid can I qualify for and how do I apply for it? How do I manage my student loans? These questions and many others are answered at this site. Includes video interviews with college students.

U.S. News College Rankings: Search by region to compare colleges by rankings. You'll find current and valuable information for free, though some data is "premium" and fee-based.

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