“College Exploration”. . .
Use the Undergraduate Scholarship Search to find money to help you pay for your college education.
Search for colleges by tuition costs (lowest, highest and net), costs of career and vocational programs and financial aid.
Prepare for the Scholastic Aptitude Test by using Khan Academy tutorials to practice your math, writing and reading skills. Then test your knowledge and readiness for the SAT by taking the full-length practice test.
MySECO offers access to the Department of Education College Scorecard tool. Search the Department of Education database to find schools that are a good fit for you based on factors that are most important to you – location, size, degree, major and more.
Seeking the advice of a career coach can offer many benefits. Whether you are trying to determine your next steps or are looking for tips for your current job search, career coaches can help you make career and education choices to meet your unique needs.
Community-based education centers may be a great option for continuing your education outside the traditional classroom setting. Learn what types of programs are offered and how you can benefit from completing one.
Online education may be a great opportunity for you to continue your studies while meeting the demands of your mobile military life. Before you invest in your future, learn all you can about online education and how to pick the right school for you.
Understanding what it means to be a nontraditional student can help you make smart education choices. Explore various learning options and strategies for success.
Results from college entrance exams are used in the college application and admission process. Knowing how the exams differ will allow you to select the one best suited to your needs.
Visiting your installation's adult education center can save time in your education search. An adult education center provides resources for researching institutions, exploring ways to finance your education and potentially directing you to a point of contact at the institution of your choice.
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