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Narrow down your college from over 7,500 colleges, and explore resources to plan, prepare, and
graduate from college

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Search for a College

Use College Navigator to start your college search. Select the college characteristics that matter to you (e.g., majors, costs, location, types of degrees available, etc.).

College Stats
College Stats

Review a few informational tables to help with your college search. Learn more about student enrollment, degrees, graduation rates, and financial aid.

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Compare Colleges

Compare colleges based on 5 criteria (costs, graduation rates, loan default rates, average loans and employment after graduation) through the College Scorecard.

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Map Your College

Locate colleges by state or zip code. Then learn more about those colleges by easily connecting to their IPEDS data and websites.

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College Affordability and Transparency Center

Start here to find information about how much it costs students to attend different colleges, how fast those costs are going up, and information related to why costs are going up.

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Apply for Federal Student Aid

Submit at no cost your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to see if you are eligible for federal student aid. For additional questions, call 1-800-4FED-AID (1-800-433-3243) or email FederalStudentAidCustomerService@ed.gov.

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Loan Counseling

Get free and complete student loan counseling before you borrow, while in school, and after you graduate. Studentloans.gov offers helpful information if you need to borrow student loans. For additional questions, contact the College Loan Support Center.

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Career Options

What type of careers are you interested in? How do you want to contribute to the world? Check out these various career tools from other federal agencies.