Helpful Education Resources
Want to research information about higher education? These government websites offer information about education in the United States, including statistics, education costs and financing, completion rates, benefits of continuing your education, and much more.
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So, you’ve connected with a few schools, and you’re trying to figure out which is the right one for you? This page offers our suggestions on what specific questions you can ask your Enrollment Counselor(s) to help compare your options. Remember that each school is different, so make sure and ask the same questions of each school you speak with!
Under the leadership of the U.S. Department of Education, this site offers suggestions and links to websites from students, parents, teachers, and others who understand what information will be helpful to those pursuing education beyond high school.
Are you thinking about continuing your education after high school? This government website provides testimonials from students who have made the choice to earn their degree. See statistic-backed government information on why you should make the choice to earn your degree.
Free information from the U.S. Department of Education about preparing for and funding education after high school.
Your primary entry point into the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (F.A.F.S.A.). If you haven’t previously used financial aid, be sure to check out the FAFSA4caster, which you can access from a link on the home page.
The primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing educational data.
What can you expect to make in a specific job? From the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, access the National Occupational and Wage Estimates for the United States and find out what average wages are for specific jobs.
Looking for a list of accredited schools in your area or just want to see all the accredited schools in the United States? Check out the U.S. Department of Education Database of Accredited Postsecondary Institutions and Programs. Click on the graduation cap to begin your search. You can look up a specific school, or search an entire state.
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