Paying for College
Connecticut Higher Education System Data and Trends Report
Roberta B. Willis Scholarship Program - 2018-19 Enrollment Information
2016 Legislative Summary
Paying for College: Your Guide to State and Federal College Aid
Guides for prospective
Career Planning & Management Resources
right job involves exploring popular guides as well as reference books and
websites. This pamphlet presents a comprehensive list of sources.
College Degree Accreditation
Lists sources for verifying the accreditation status of
postsecondary programs and institutions, including private occupational schools,
colleges and universities.
Course Search Websites
Lists websites for colleges, adult education offices and online degrees for
young or adult students looking for credit or non-credit courses.
Financial Aid Resources
Financial websites for all students appear here, including
interest-specific sites and community foundations.
Foreign Student Resources
This pamphlet contains information for international
students pursuing a degree in the U.S., and students who wish to learn English
or obtain a high school equivalency degree.
Job Lines & Web Sites
Describes major websites to use in searching for
Life After High School
Designed for middle and high school students, this publication lists a variety
of websites to use for planning for college, learning about college entrance
exams, tips for study skills, applying to college online and financial aid
resources. For those embarking on careers, it includes career/interest match
sites, career exploration sites for middle and high school students, and career
Parent College Prep
This checklist is designed to guide you and your
college-bound student through the college application process.
Questions to Ask When Choosing A College
A variety of
questions students and parents may want to explore with college admissions
officers or while visiting college campuses.
Information for persons seeking to become certified
Veterans Tuition Waiver
Information on tuition waivers for