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Below are links to various sites to help you research the many different universities & colleges.

An online education resource center with extensive subject guides and distance learning information. Our mission is to provide free, independent and accurate information and resources for prospective and current students (and other researchers).

AICCU stand for the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities. This site provides a Guide to AICCU Colleges with campus fact sheets for private colleges and universities in California. Students can also use this website to see if the private institution accepts the IGETC and/or CSU GE plan. 

Use ASSIST to explore majors and plan major-related courses at the community college level in preparation for transferring to a UC or CSU.
College, career, and financial Aid planning for all colleges and universities in the California

Higher Education Options in California

Contains information about the differences between a California community college, the California State University system, the University of California system, and the private colleges in California.

Contains information about the admission requirements for California community colleges, California State Universities, the University of California campuses, as well as independent institutions in California. Information about applying to these colleges and universities are also found in this section of the website.

Explore Colleges
Browse and use the Matching Assistant tool to find college(s) that fit your preferences.

Get information on any participating college or university campus in the U.S., applications, student information, demographics, admission requirements, housing, financial aid, etc.

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College Portraits
A tool that allows you to search and compare universities in the United States

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HBCU Mentor
HBCU stands for the Historically Black Colleges and Universities system. HBCUs offer all students, regardless of race, an opportunity to develop their skills and talents through higher education. HBCUs enroll 14 percent of all African American students in higher education and in 1999, these institutions matriculated 24 percent of all African American students enrolled in four-year colleges, awarded Master's Degrees and first-professional degrees to about one in six African American men and women, and awarded 24 percent of all baccalaureate degrees earned by African Americans nationwide 

Historically Black Colleges and Universities
A page of links to homepages of many of the countries Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

News & Review College Ranking
Explore colleges by News and Reviews college rankings.

Search and explore over 4000 universities

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The Princeton Review
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