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Beauty School Directory--This page offers valuable information to those seeking an education in cosmetology or other related fields allowing students the freedom to browse our site gaining more information on schools, careers and even a helpful FAQ sections. 
College-Scholarships.com--lists and links to Missouri colleges, universities, career schools, and technical schools (with contact information).  
The Source--‘The Source’ is a comprehensive guide designed to serve as the premier go-to resource for students in search of federal and state grants, scholarships, loans, and assistance completing the Free Application for Federal Financial Assistance.
ACT--This site provides information about the ACT Test and its other components (ie PLAN, EXPLORE, etc.) You can register for the ACT, take practice tests, review test-taking tips, and much more.
SAT--This site provides information about the SAT Test and its other components (ie PSAT/NMSQT, etc.) You can register for the SAT, take practice tests, review test-taking tips, and much more. It also includes a college match and scholarship search component.
FAFSA--This is the official website for the Federal Application for Free Student Aid. You can complete your FAFSA on line, there are also financial aid worksheets and estimators to help demystify the process.
FastWEB Scholarship & College Search--this is a very comprehensive FREE College and/or scholarship search. You can enter the characteristics of your "ideal" school/university, and the search will select only those colleges that match the characteristics you selected. You can conduct a customized search of over 600,000 scholarships and over 4,000 colleges and it is very user friendly!
NCAA Clearinghouse--Requirements are listed for students who intend to play intercollegiate sports/athletics on the Division I or Division II level. Initial eligibility forms are available to submit online, and an excellent Q & A section is also included.
University of Missouri Center for Distance and Independent Study
MOSTARS--This website provides information about a multitude of state financed scholarships, the required criteria and the applications. Lots of financial aid information for parents and students alike.
Mapping Your Future--This website provides up-to-date information about colleges/universities, careers and financial aid.
Wired Scholar--This website provides information about preparing for college, selection of colleges/universities, applications and financial information.
Fin Aid--The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid--This site contains informaton about loans, scholarships, military aid, etc. It also has calculators to help you determine how much $$$ you will need.
www.cCampusTours.com is a free website offering virtual tours of hundreds of college campuses. The site also includes many student-focused services to assist in choosing a college and understanding financial aid.
OOH—-Occupational Outlook Handbook—-This U. S. Government document provides information about jobs. Details related to jobs such as earnings, training and education needed, working conditions, skills required, advancement opportunities, projected growth, and related jobs are featured.