The college application process offers an important opportunity for students to build confidence and competence—two important traits colleges look for in successful applicants. We believe that the college search, application, and decision-making process should be student-focused.
We want to help students discover who they are and articulate what they are hoping for from their college experience. We help students identify their strengths, weaknesses and goals and provide practical and timely information about applying to college.
- Association of American Medical Colleges
- Big Futures – College Board (New)
- Career Cruising (New)
- CareerOne Stop: US Department of Labor
- College Board
- College Zone: Illinois Student Assistant Commission
- College Score Card: US Department of Education
- Common Application
- Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
- Gap Year Options
- HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities)
- Jesuit College Search
- Midwest Student Exchange Program
- My Future: US Department of Defense
- Occupational Outlook Handbook: Bureau of Labor
- The National Catholic College Admission Association
- AIE: Tips, tools and Money Management for College Success
- Big Future: College Board
- CSS Profile
- College Green Light: Scholarships for Minority and First Generation Students
- FAFSA: Free Application for Federal Student Aid
- Fast Web
- Financial Aid
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund
- Student Aid-US Department of Education
- The National Data Base of Scholarships
*Local Scholarship Information can be found on the Naviance website. The Naviance/Family Connection site can only be accessed with an assigned password. Contact your counselor for additional questions.
*If you are planning to attend a Division III school, you do not need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. Division III schools set their own admissions standards.
*Applications to colleges where you intend to seek admission based on an athletic scholarship need to be done following the instructions of the college coach.
Notice of Non-Affiliation and Disclaimer: ICCP is not affiliated, associated nor do we endorse any of the companies or resources listed in the resource information for students and parents.