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College Information and Resources

This is the College Board's free college planning tool.  Look for the college that is right for you and find information about how to pay for it.
This is where you register for the SAT and where you go to retrieve your scores for the SAT, the PSAT and the AP exams.  The is also the site you will use to file the CSS Financial Profile if you are attending a private college that requires it.
This site is producted by the National Center for Education Statistics and has the most complete statistical information about every college and university in the United States that is collected by the United States Department of Education.
Developed by the U.S. Department of Education, this tool will allow you to easily compare colleges and universities in terms of cost, value and programs.
This is a link to the Common App website for those students who are planning to use it to apply to college.
The home page for New York City's public college system.
The free application for federal student aid from the United States Department of Education.
The sister site to Finaid, this site will help match you to the best scholarships for you according to a profile you create on their site.
The leading site for information about financial aid for college with explanations of and advice about getting scholarships, grants, loans and work-study.
This is where students can apply for all New York State based financial aid, including the TAP Grant, the New York State DREAM Act, and the Excelsior Scholarship applications.
A non-profit organization founded by financial aid professionals to help guide students through the financial aid application process.
College application management website used by FDR High School.
The home page for New York State's public college and university system.
This is where you can register for the ACT Test, a college entrance exam that is an alternative to the SAT Test.
A guide to help students understand how to fill out the FAFSA by the Center for New York City Affairs.