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How Can I Find Two or Four Year Colleges
That Are Right For Me?

The internet provides an array of databases in which you can search for colleges easily online. The following websites are sites you can use to find both two and four year colleges. Websites Include:

College BoardCollege Board

This website is a great resource for the following information:

  • SAT and PSAT preparation and registration
  • College Planning
  • College Search
  • Career exploration
  • Paying for college

Fast WebFast Web

This site is also another good site for searching colleges, and is well known for their scholarship search database. For this site you need to fill out an extensive survey that helps narrow down your college search options. This is good because it's specific and will find the colleges that meet your criteria.

Education PlannerEducation Planner

This site is part of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) resource package; comprehensive college search and selection tool. Different modules address various aspects of the college search process. Also includes application information, scholarships, career selection resources and information specific to first generation college students and their families as well as African-American students.

How Can I find Trade Schools
That Are Right for me?

The internet also provides websites specific for trade school searches. Some of the sites listed under the two and four year college searches will also do searches for trade schools. However the site listed below gives information about Vocational schools and Online Vocational schools specifically.

Education PlannerAccredited Schools Online


Their information for Vocational and Trade Schools can be found here: http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/vocational-trade-school/

Information on online trade and vocational schools can be found here: http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/vocational-trade-school/online/

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