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Know How 2 Go

Know How 2 Go provides information on college attendance, financial planning and mentorship. Workbook is a website developed by the US Department of Education to provide information and resources on planning, preparing and paying for college. Includes information for educators on encouraging college attendance, information about standardized tests, and financial aid.

My Future My Way

My Future My Way workbook is produced by the US Department of Education to encourage middle school students to plan financially and academically for college attendance.

College Navigator

College Navigator is a college search tool that allows students to search colleges by customized criteria and save results to a profile.

California Colleges

California Colleges is California's official website for postsecondary education. The site provides information on college and career exploration, options for paying for college, and information about admissions requirements. Educators can also access the Counselor Center with tools for tracking student success, curriculum and training presentations.

Princeton Review

Princeton Review is a website that allows students to explore college options, prepare for entrance exams, investigate careers and majors, and review scholarships and financial aid options.

Community College Chancellor's Office

Community College Chancellor's Office offers students, educators and parents the ability to explore college programs/majors available at the California Community Colleges, and learn about student services and financial aid options.

CSU Mentor

CSU Mentor is an online resource designed to help students and their families learn about the CSU system, select a CSU campus to attend, plan to finance higher education, and apply for admission.

University of California

University of California website offers information on admission requirements, applying for admission and specifics about the programs, services and majors available at the UC campuses. Educators can also access information on professional development, special programs, resources for counselors and academic research.


AICCU site offers information on admissions, transfer requirements, high school preparation, and financial aid information for students interested in attending a private college in California.Butte College linksCareer Services homepageTransfer counseling center siteHigh School student siteCatalog

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