Website with many resources including the Bright Futures Scholarship Eligibility Check.
Click here to subscribe for the monthly Florida Shines Newsletter with resources for college & career exploration.
Going2College Text Reminder Service-Parents and students can subscribe to this free texting service courtesy of the Central Florida College Access Network (CFCAN). Text messages will contain reminders about admissions information, financial aid deadlines & resources & applications deadlines for Florida Colleges & Universities.
KnowHow2Go-Helpful website with an array of information regarding college preparation.
Navigate: Exploring College & Careers Student Workbook-This free workbook can help students plan their path to college and determine areas of career interest. You can download the PDF or order a bound copy of the workbook.
US Department of Education College Scorecard Compare colleges, program costs, admissions statistics and more.
Types of Colleges & Universities
State University System of Florida
SUS Matrix 2019-2020-See the average admissions requirements for all public universities in the state of Florida
The Florida College System-information about state colleges in Florida
Private Colleges & Universities of Florida
Big Future by CollegeBoard
Pay for College–Please see our Scholarships & Financial Aid page
Determine Your College Major
MyCareerShines-A free service from FloridaShines, which allows students to take interest tests, create a resume, and other helpful tools for career and college major exploration
MyMajors.com-Free interest assessment for high school students. Can opt-in to receive emails from colleges that have majors based on your interest results.
Media Relating to College
2018 Virtual College Week Presentations-These recorded webinars & PowerPoints cover many topics for college readiness including dual enrollment, NCAA, using FloridaShines to prepare for college, taking online courses and much more!
Sports in College
Click on the NCAA logo to register for the NCAA Monthly High School Newsletter and to view the NCAA Eligibility Center.