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Careers & Colleges

Touting itself as “your guide to a successful future,” Careers & Colleges offers information on finding loans, exploring colleges, searching for scholarship and preparing for tests.
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CollegeBound Teen

Established in 1987, this branch of the CollegeBound network provides resources through working with America’s leading colleges, universities and career schools to give readers a connection with educational opportunities.
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Private Colleges & Universities

Providing information on finding detailed information on exploring college and finding the best match for you. Articles include admissions advice, financial aid information and dealing with online applications.
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U. Magazine

Featuring sections for financial aid and college admissions, U. helps students make informed decisions about their education. Stories range from technology, such as digital plagiarism and cell phone use, to campus issues, including comparisons of different campuses and the value of master’s degrees.
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