Ohio's Public and Private Colleges and Universities
- 2-Year Colleges in Ohio
- Public Universities in Ohio
- Private Universities and Colleges in Ohio
- Ohio's Private Colleges & Universities
For information more on college rankings and Informational Snapshots of 1,600 colleges/universities!
Financial Aid Information
Need help understanding your Financial Aid offer? Click HERE for a handbook with details.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Be sure to use this official website. Available online for the 2016-2017 school year after January 1, 2016. A guide with answers to many FAQ can be found in the attachments below.
Specific Questions about how to file the FAFSA should be directed to the FINANCIAL AID office of the colleges you/your student plans to attend.
OASFFA- College Goal Sunday is held during the month of February. This is a fantastic workshop. If you bring your financial information,including tax returns and bank statements, professionals will be on hand to walk you through and help you submit your FAFSA. This is the easiest and most pain-free way to complete the FAFSA!
Wayne College in Orrville also offers FREE help with the FAFSA for any area Senior (you do not have to be planning to attend Wayne to use this free service). Call (330)684-8942 for dates and times, to make a reservation, and to find out what you need to bring with you in order to complete your FAFSA.
Select the link for more information on Funding Your Education.
"Know How To Go" to college!
Do you want to go to college, but you don't know how to make it happen... Visit http://knowhow2go.org/ for details about what to do during each year of high school to help prepare yourself. This website also provides information about financial aid (FAFSA), colleges across the U.S., and much, much more!
College Program for Students with Learning Disabilities +/or ADHD
Please click HERE for exciting information about collegiate opportunities through a program at Muskingum University specifically designed for students with learning disabilities and/or ADHD.
Online College Fairs
College Week Live is a great place to start looking at colleges for Juniors and Seniors. They also have webinars regarding International Universities, Paying for College, Test Preparation, ROTC, etc. They are happening now, so click HERE for more information.
OTHER COLLEGE RESEARCH WEBSITES
Ohio Board of Regents Information covering Ohio campuses, grants, scholarships, etc.
Peterson's In addition to college search and selection, test preparation, and financial aid, Peterson’s offers online services for essay editing and instruction as well as resume writing.
College.gov is being built by the U.S. Dept. of Ed. in collaboration with students. This site is intended to be the go-to source for information and resources about planning, preparing and paying for postsecondary education (such as 2- or 4-year colleges and universities, as well as vocational or career schools).
www.anycollege.com – Prospective students can choose a program, state, college type, sports, and/or college name for their search. Students can then view the web site of a college that specifically fits their needs and obtain information.
www.campustours.com – “Virtual” college tours ranging from straight forward online videos about a school to 360-degree panoramic images. Extras include campus maps, web cams, photos and links to university web sites.
www.collegeboard.org – SAT registration and practice. SAT/AP Test dates. College search program and a career search too. Testing information and practice. Financial aid information.
www.collegenet.com – College search for institutions by geography, tuition, enrollment and major.
www.collegeview.com – Hobson’s CollegeView lets you search for your ideal college by criteria such as major, location, student body size, public/private and religious affiliation.
www.eCampusTours.com – College planning information about choosing a college, student financial aid, campus life, career exploration, student loans, scholarships and more.
www.gocollege.com – Search for colleges, scholarship, SAT/ACT practice tests, applications.
www.mymajors.com – Have you decided that you want to go to college, but don’t know what you want to major in? If you aren’t sure, MyMajors.com can provide useful advice on college and university majors depending on your interests and achievements.
www.mystudentedge.com – Offers tools and resources to find scholarships, select schools and prepare for college entrance exams.
www.ohiocc.org – Focuses on issues impacting Ohio community and technical colleges.