Bishop Feehan High School

Guidance Links

College and Career Help:

Catholic colleges

This site links you to a web site that provides assistance with the college search process. The search function produces a list of Catholic colleges and universities that meet criteria established by the user.
http://www.catholiccollegesonline.org

Common application

This application can be used by all the colleges listed.
http://www.commonapp.org

Dictionary of Occupational Titles

This site allows you to access information on specific careers.
http://www.wave.net/upg/immigration/dot_index.html

Massachusetts Department of Education

This is the site created to help with the new Mass regulations regarding GPA's and SAT's requirements for admission. This site is very important for any student considering a Mass State College.
http://www.mass.edu

MASS Mentor

This web site was designed for high school students as a free interactive web site to help students plan their courses to meet admissions requirements, provide a wealth of information on admissions and financial aid, take students on virtual campus tours, determines what colleges best meet students' needs and allows applications over the Internet. This site was created by AICUM (Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Massachusetts).
http://www.massmentor.edu

New England Board of Higher Education

This site provides the application and information about the New England Regional Student Program. This program allows residents of a particular New England state are eligible for the RSP out of state tuition break when they study RSP approved majors that are not offered by any home state public college or university. If a resident qualifies, the student pays a special tuition rate. This is a great program!
http://www.nebhe.org

Prep Schools

This site is the national site of prep schools. It includes a page for parents, common application, links to prep schools and financial information!
http://www.schools.com

Financial Aid:

CSS Profile

This site allows parents and students to fill out the CSS Profile which is required by private institutions for the dispensing of financial aid. If your child is applying to a school that requires the CSS Profile to be filed it must be done or you will not be eligible for non federal monies.
http://www.collegeboard.com/splash

College Scholarship Information

This site is an all purpose college scholarship information site which links to nine free internet scholarship data bases, lines to colleges and online applications.
http://www.college-scholarships.com

Scholarship Website

This site provides scholarship information to students.

www.studentscholarships.org

College Board Financial Aid Info

This site is sponsored by the organization that creates SAT.
http://www.collegeboard.com/fundfinder/html/ssrchtop.html

FAFSA

This site has the FAFSA (Financial Aid form for government aid). This form must be filled out by all who are applying for financial aid.
http://www.fafsa.ed.gov

Fast Web

This site has been very helpful for looking up scholarship opportunities.
http://www.fastweb.com

Federal Student Aid

This is a new website that provides straightforward and easy to understand information about planning and paying for college.  studentaid.gov

Massachusetts Educational and Financial Authority

This site is a site for financial options for paying for college.
http://www.mefa.org/index.php

Office for Student Financial Assistance

This site was created by the Massachusetts Office of Financial Assistance.
http://www.osfa.mass.edu

Student Loan Web Sites:

Sallie Mae

This site and others gives you a loan calculator and allows a student to check on their loan status.
http://www.salliemae.com

Nellie Mae

This site and others gives you a loan calculator and allows a student to check on their loan status.
http://www.nelliemae.com

MEFA

Massachusetts Educational Finance Association
http://www.mefa.org/index.php

TERI

A loan program
http://www.teri.org

AMSA

American student assistance
http://www.amsa.com/index.cfm