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http://www.alumni.net/

Lists schools across the world. Claims over 3 million members.

http://www.reunionannouncements.com/

Lists US and Canadian class reunions. No registration required. Free posting.

http://schoolbuddies.com/

Lists US and Canadian schools. Free registration.

http://www.ourclassonline.com/

Provides tools that quickly empower you and your classmates to create your own reunion on the internet.

http://www.mylife.com/

Lists US and Canadian high schools. People search available as well. Free registration to see who is listed. An annual fee is required to send personal email and use other features. Claims over 22 million members.

http://www.fastweb.com/

The scholarship search service now has a college directory and links to online college applications.

http://mappingyourfuture.org/

Information about college and career planning.

http://www.university-college.net/

Advice on choosing a career path, finding a school and getting financial aid.

http://www.blackexcel.org/

Features links to resources to help African American students navigate the college admissions process.

http://www.collegebound.net/

A resource offering high school students an inside look at the college admissions process and college life. Financial aid facts and virtual college tours.

http://www.hacu.net/

This site addresses specific issues of Hispanic students pursuing a college degree.

http://www.commonapp.org/

An online undergraduate college application accepted by over 400 independent colleges.

http://learninfreedom.org/

A guide to colleges that admit homeschooled applicants and other college information for their families.

http://www.eguidancecounselor.com/

Free information and links related to the college selection, application and admission process.

http://www.mycollegeguide.org/

Source to ask admission questions, search for colleges, and download common admission forms.

http://www.justcolleges.com/

Features colleges in the USA, India, UK, Australia, and Canada. Also included are articles, essays, test preparation tips, and FAQs on colleges, graduate and business schools.

http://www.collegeplanningsimplified.com/

Guide to the selection and admission process, includes information on financial aid and scholarships.

http://www.statementofpurpose.com/

Offers tips on writing a statement of purpose and provides sample essays.

http://www.admissionsconsultants.com/

Admissions consulting advice for applicants preparing essays and applications to the top colleges, universities, medical and business schools.

http://www.xap.com/

College admission applications, financial aid and scholarship search and planning.

https://www.collegenet.com/

Guide to colleges, universities, and graduate programs. Provides information on college admissions, links to academic resources, and online applications.

http://diplomaguide.com/

A guide to college admissions. Also discusses high school diplomas and the GED.

http://www.porcelina.net/

List of U.S. colleges that do not charge application fees if you apply under certain circumstances.

http://www.samjackson.org/

A personal student weblog about the college admissions process and college life.

http://www.ttcreport.com/

An assessment designed to help students make decisions during the admissions process, including college and major selection. A fee-based service.

http://www.collegesummit.org/

A national US non-profit organization that helps high schools raise their college enrollment rates by building a college-going culture.

http://www.mychances.net/

Free program allowing peers to comment on your admissions application and essay. Includes admissions statistics and a forum.

http://www.stacyblackman.com/

MBA admissions counseling by a Kellogg Graduate School of Management alumna. Offers hourly and flat-rate comprehensive services.

http://www.collegecounselling.com/

College admissions counseling services provided by Robin Groelle, high-school college counselor and member of the National Association for College Admissions Counseling. Site also provides free information for college applicants and their parents.

http://www.schoolconsultant.com/

Provides assistance with all phases of the college search and application process. Prepares applicants for interviews, campus visits, and essay writing.