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AACC: AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES:
The premier Community College organization. Serving vocational & technical colleges alike. Committed to quality education, their site lists programs, relevant issues and links to Community Colleges.

ACE: AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION - OFFICE OF MINORITIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION:
Gives you updated status reports on minorities in higher education.

ACT, INC.:
Nonprofit organization that provides educational information to students and their parents, to professional associations and government agencies, and to business and industry.

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN:
National association promoting education and equity for women and girls.

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS:
Nationwide trade union representing workers in education.

AMERICAN IMMIGRATION CENTER:
The American Immigration Center provides information about living and working in the USA, or just visiting the USA. Whether you need a Visa, permanent Resident Green Card or US citizenship, you will find all the necessary resources here. Self help products: software, info books, audio information and video materials. Excellent for Educators of citizenship, US History, adult literacy programs and ESLr Bi-lingual telephone information: 505 891-8885.

ASHE-ERIC:
Reports on the definitive analysis of tough higher education problems and based on through investigation of pertinent research results, literature, and institutional experiences. Authors commissioned to write the monographs are noted practitioners and scholars are in the report's area of study.

ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF HIGHER EDUCATION:
Dedicated to higher education as a field of study.

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN COLLEGES and UNIVERSITIES:
National association committed to the aims of learning and vigorous and a constant influence on institutional purpose and practice in higher education.

ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE TRUSTEES:
Educational organization of governing boards, representing more than 6,000 elected and appointed trustees, who govern community, technical, and junior colleges in the United States.

BROOKINGS CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY EDUCATION:
Private institute that sponsors conferences and other educational programs for leaders in government, business.

CARNEGIE FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF TEACHING:
National and international center for research and policy studies about teaching. A focus on the scholarship of teaching, the foundation seeks to generate discussion and promulgate sustainable, long-term changes in educational research, policy, and practice.

CASE: COUNCIL FOR ADVANCEMENT and SUPPORT OF EDUCATION:
Council for Advancement and Support of Education. Approximately 2,500 Colleges and Universities and independent schools are members of CASE. CASE offers development opportunities through about 100 annual conferences and workshops. The reference center has available studies, periodicals, publications, surveys, reports and expert sources on all phases of institutional advancement along with other education issues.

CCA: CAREER COLLEGE ASSOCIATION:
A trade association that offers specific career information for private trade and technical schools Publishes a professional journal, The Link, a news letter; and Career College Connector, containing legislative activity of Capitol Hill.

COLLEGE and UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL ASSOCIATION:
Network of human resource administrators at colleges and universities worldwide, as well as other groups interested in the advancement of human resources in higher education.

COLLEGE BOARD ONLINE:
Includes in-depth information about all two and four year colleges in the U.S. You can use the award-winning search software ExPAN to find college s that match your interests and majors.

COLLEGE IS POSSIBLE:
American Council on Education's K�16 youth development program that motivates middle and high school students from underserved communities to seek a college education.

COLLEGEXPRESS:
Take a virtual tour of some colleges and ask the experts questions about admission process.

COLLEGENET:
A database of collages scholarship, and academic information

COLLEGE VIEW:
Gives students & parents a general overview college plus e-mail option for additional information.

COUNCIL OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES:
Represents nearly 500 private colleges and universities. Initiatives include civic engagement projects, faculty roles and rewards, and efforts to reform teacher education accreditation.

DISTANCE EDUCATION REPORT:
Collection of information, products, and services related to the field of distance education.

DIVERSITY WEB:
More than 45 different links to various resources, includes diversity Digest, campus diversity profiles, leader's guide. Visit the University of Maryland diversity database, and the diversity connections. Don't miss the Diversity newsroom and a visit to the library. Developed by the association Of American colleges & universities, University of Maryland at College Park, with support from the Ford Foundation

EDUCATION WEEK:
Comprehensive weekly newspaper focusing on K-12 issues; also includes coverage of higher education.

EDUCADTORÕS REFERENCE DESK:
More than 1 million abstracts of documents and journal articles on education research and practice.

ETS NET: EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICES:
Quickly link to information about tests, including GRE, SAT, TOEFL. Good suggestions and some sample testing online.

FEDERAL STUDENT AID: STUDENT AID ON THE WEB:
U.S. Department of Education information on federal student aid.

HACU: HISPANIC ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES and UNIVERSITIES:
HACU offers a variety of funds and other educational opportunities for students through partnerships with government agencies and various corporations.

INGENTA:
Accessible through most university libraries, a resource of nearly 17,000 scholarly publications and journals for higher education. Completely indexed, available in single copy.

INSTITUTE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY:
Nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization whose mission is to foster access to, and quality in, postsecondary education.

INTERNET RESOURCES FOR INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH:
Comprehensive listing of organizations, publications, research, and policy tools for higher education administrators and researchers. Maintained by the Association for Institutional Research.

IPEDS COLLEGE OPPORTUNITIES ONLINE (COOL):
Direct links to nearly 7,000 colleges and universities in the United States, from the National Center for Education Statistics of the U.S. Department of Education.

KAPLAN ONLINE:
Their education center is a major test preparation provider. Features information and advice on how to get admitted to college, grad school, business school and law school.

LARAZA:
A Spanish-language weekly newspaper on Internet.

LEAGUE FOR INNOVATION IN THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
Consortium committed to improving community colleges through innovation, experimentation, and institutional transformation.

MatchCollege.com College Search:
MatchCollege.com provides in-depth information on over 6,000 colleges and universities. Covering topics such as housing, financial aid, admissions, athletics and more... Statistics are broken down by state, city and individual college campuses.

MBA:
Explore a worldwide directory of MBA programs and business schools that includes admission tips, scholarship links, and glossary of terms.

MBADiversity.org:
MBADiversity, an inclusive professional membership organization, offers global portal, a Fellows Program (which includes a GMAT® Prep Scholarship), and an Annual MBA Diversity Symposium & Social, all targeting both domestic and international members.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE UNIVERSITIES and LAND-GRANT COLLEGES:
Association of public universities, land-grant institutions, and public university systems.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATORS:
National association for college and university student affairs administrators.

NATIONAL CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY and HIGHER EDUCATION:
Independent, nonpartisan organization that seeks to provide leadership in the field of higher education.

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION:
Membership-led association of colleges and universities with athletics programs, athletic conferences, and sports organizations devoted to administration of intercollegiate athletics.

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION:
Independent organization for higher education members within the National Education Association.

NAWE: ADVANCING WOMEN IN HIGHER EDUCATION:
Non-profit organization dedicated to advancement of women in higher education, Mission of NAWE is to address issues with particular attention to the interests, scholarships and advancement of women educators and students. Membership includes administrators, faculty and students, plus leaders from associations, business and government agencies.

NCES: NATIONAL CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS:
Contains abundant statistics and information on the condition and progress of education in the United States and in other nations.

NELLIE MAE:
One of the nations largest providers of education loan funds. Offers the Federal Stafford, PLUS, and consolidation load information. Private loans program for families also available. Web Site is divided into sections easily accessible.

NELNET COLLEGE PLANNING:
The Nelnet College Planning Center can answer all your questions about planning, applying for, and paying for college. Still looking for a school to attend? Use our powerful school search tools to find the right college to fit your needs. Need to pass your entrance exams? Let our practice tests help you study and get the best score you possibly can. Looking for some free money? Use our extensive scholarship search tool to help you find money to pay for school.

HSF: HISPANIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND:
Open to Hispanic students who have completed at least fifteen units of college studies, the HSF is the nation's largest private organization providing scholarship opportunities for Hispanics.

PETERSON'S EDUCATION PORTAL:
Guide to colleges and universities.`

PhDs.ORG:
Links to resources to help students prepare for careers in science, math, and engineering.

PHDProject.org
The source for all of the information you need to pursue a business Ph.D. and become a business school professor.

PRINCETON REVIEW:
Guide to colleges and universities.

PROQUEST:
A resource of nearly 17,000 scholarly publications and journals for higher education. Completely indexed, available in single copy.

SALLIE MAE STUDENT LOAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION:
Information about financial aid in 5 easy lessons. Answers to frequently, asked financial aid questions.

SREB:
The SREB Doctoral Scholars Program is dedicated to assisting minority Ph.D. candidates who plan to seek careers as faculty in institutions of higher learning. One of the ways we serve our scholars is to direct them to employment openings in higher education.

Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC):
TAMACC promotes the growth, development, and success of local Hispanic chambers of commerce and serves as the leading advocate of Hispanic business in Texas.

THE NEW ENGLand BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION:
A great resource guide, New England residents can review degree programs and find out on-line the major tuition savings through the rsp ( regional student Program). Includes listings of internships for minority students in science & math & engineering. An interactive databank of the New England colleges & universities offering degree programs in environmental sciences. Links to New England colleges & universities and other important higher education Resources.

UNIVERSITY WORLD:
The most complete University education index. Find universities or colleges by browsing countries.

U.S. CENSUS BUREAU:
Serves as the source of quality data about the nation's people and economy.

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS and LIBRARY:
The official information on student financial assistance. Download guides available on this web site, or toll free numbers listed to call for information. The Free Application for Student Aid, used by most schools is available here as well.

U.S. NEWS and WORLD REPORT:
Ranking of colleges and universities.

U.S. TWO-YEAR COLLEGES

WEB U.S. HIGHER EDUCATION:
This site provides links to colleges and universities and community colleges that are accredited. You can browse through alphabetically or by location. Updated monthly.

WOMEN IN HIGHER EDUCATION:
A monthly international subscription practitioners journal dedicated to Enlighten, encourage, empower and enrage women on campus by facilitating the Integration of women administrators, staff and faculty to win acceptance of Women's values on campus and society.

YAHOO! EDUCATION DIRECTORY:
Financial Aid.

YOURCAMPUS360
YourCampus360 is the leader in developing Virtual Campus Tours, Social Media, and Mobile Solutions that connect colleges and universities with Prospective Students Worldwide.

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