College and University Resources
- www.gearup.wa.gov - This website offers a range of resources for Washington state students, from tips and advice to easy access to forms, worksheets and guides. Find what you need to plan, apply and pay for college.
- How to get the most out of college video
- College Transfer Guide - What to be aware on if you are planning on transferring schools.
- www.myscholly.com - Scholly has scholarships for high school students and current college students. Scholly's adaptive matching engine will find the scholarships you qualify for in seconds, without sign-ups or long forms that ask for your personal information.
- parchment.com - Print your transcript
- www.Checkoutacollege.com - Washington state community and technical colleges.
- College Transfer Guide - Helps students make informed decisions and cut down on the average 27 credits lost in a college transfer.
- www.collegeraptor.com - Estimate your true cost to attend every 4-year college in the U.S. Discover and compare your best college options—all for free! any student who signs up for a College Raptor account before April 30th will be automatically entered to win a $1,000 scholarship.
- ycg.org - This website is a great, free resource to help students develop an action plan so they will know what their next step is after graduation.
- https://www.consumeraffairs.com/education/online-nursing-programs/ - Compare reviews for online nursing programs.
- www.careerbridge.wa.gov - Explore Washington careers
course/healthcarejobs - This website is a good resource for students who are interested in Healthcare.
- https://formswift.com/promissory-note#guide - Guide for low-income, high-achieving high school students on how to decide which type of college presents the best return on their investments.
Scholarship and Grant resources
- Scholarship and Financial Aid Scams
- Top 5 Scholarship Myths
- www.best.dollarsforscholars.org - Apply for all Challenger High School scholarships
- Click on Students & Parents >> Log In >> Start your application!
- Also apply for Scholarship America's available scholarships. Start searching here >> scholarshipamerica.org/open_scholarships.php
- washboard.org - This is a website for Washington state students seeking college scholarships.
- Clover Park Transfer Scholarships - If you are planning to attend Clover Park.
- tacomacc.edu/costsandaid - Tacoma Community College scholarships and application.
- fafsa.ed.gov - FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA is required for all students applying to college.
- LendEDU.com - A wesite that has a free college scholarship search available for students as well as being focused on promoting financial literacy through free educational resources.
- collegeboard.org - Scholarships, ACT and SAT sign up
- collegesuccessfoundation.org - This website is a great resource for students interested in Science, Math, Engineering, and Technology in Washington State as well as other scholarship opportunities for Washington State students.
- careercruising.com - Search Colleges, Careers and Scholarships
- readysetgrad.com/college/college-bound-scholarship-program - The College Bound Scholarship program encourages low-income, middle school students to choose a path that will lead to educational success after high school. Students must apply by the end of their 8th grade year, but complete the application process during their senior year.
- www.hecb.wa.gov/collegebound - The College Bound Scholarship program encourages low-income, middle school students to choose a path that will lead to educational success after high school. Students must apply by the end of their 8th grade year, but complete the application process during their senior year.
- gibill.va.gov (For Active Duty or Veteran Spouses and Dependents)
- www.staffordloan.com - This website helps students and parents understands the terms of different loan options for college.
- www.collegesuccessfoundation.org - Information and scholarships for low-income Washington state students
- http://www.smartscholar.com/ - Find the perfect scholarship
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- The Pierce County Library also offers free online tutoring services.Professionally trained and experienced tutors are available everyday from 1 to 10 p.m. to help students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. Subjects include: Math, Science, English and Social Studies. Visit the Pierce County Library for more details.