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U.S. Department of Education
This site has a wealth of information about federal education initiatives and policies, accreditations, charter schools, financial aid and more.
Homepage for the company that administers the most widely accepted college entrance exam
Educational Testing Service homepage that provides links to GRE, GMAT, CLEP & TOEFL
General Education Development (GED) Testing Information
This is the website for the Law School Admission Council.
Michigan Test for Teacher Certification study guides contains information for both the basic test and for specific subject area tests.
Website for registration and information on the Scholastic Aptitude Test
An excellent website from Barnes & Noble that provides test prep (ACT, SAT) and study guides for science, math, history and literature
College & Financial Aid
The most complete collection of international education and alternative travel databases
Institute of International Education
IIEPassport "provides prospective study abroad students with accurate, reliable program information for academic year and short term study abroad"
Peterson’s: Getting You There
"Information about colleges, universities, career schools, graduate programs, distance learning, executive training, private secondary schools, summer opportunities, study abroad, financial aid and career exploration"
FAFSA On The Web
Free application for federal student aid and step by step instructions for the application process *Note: The web site is unavailable on Sundays, 5AM-11AM EST.
Michigan Transfer Network
Allows students, advisers, and the general public to view transfer course equivalencies between many Michigan colleges and universities.
Student Advocacy Center
Provides free, non-legal, advocacy to students and their parents who are eligible for general and special education programs. The site offers sample letters and tips for parents.