Naviance Student Login
All students have a Naviance account that they can use to research colleges and careers, create a resume and develop a long-term game plan for their future. This account can be accessed using a student's Google username and ID. All students must login using "CLEVER". If you're having trouble loggin in, please speak with your counselor.
College Board's "Big Future"
This is a great site if you’re just starting out in your search. It caters to students who might not know where to begin and guides you through the research process. There's a guide called "College Search Step-by-Step" for students who are unsure of how to go about the search process. You can also compare schools, but the amount of data is less staggering than some other sites, so it may be easier to digest.
Finally, a complete, interactive college guide that fits in the palm of your hand, built from the ground up to ensure that you have total control of your college search. Browse, sort and organize a treasure trove of the latest data on 1,000 four-year colleges. Even build a spreadsheet in seconds comparing all the key stats that would otherwise take weeks to complete.
Cappex College and Scholarship Search
This is a great site for comparing schools, calculating admissions chances, calculating financial aid, and just figuring out if a school is a good match for you in general. There are also student reviews, so in addition to comparing hard data, you will also be able to compare how people feel about the school. There’s even a feature that helps you plan campus visits! This site has one of the best balances between comprehensive data and a user-friendly experience that tells you what you really want to know about colleges. It will even take you as far as your application! Scholarship searching is a huge part of the site as well.
Colleges That Change Lives
The list is derived from Lauren Pope's book "Colleges that Change Lives" . The website is details all of the 40 colleges that change lives and has articles like “10 things College Applicants Need to Understand” and “The Truth About College Admissions”.