Links to Websites



    Helpful Websites to assist in your College Search:

     What Can I Do With A Major In….?

    **For each college major that attracts your interests you will find an outline of common career areas, typical employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities. (University at Buffalo site)


     O*NET OnLine

    **This site was developed for the US Department of Labor and allows you to find occupations by using keywords, skill sets and a variety of other methods.


    Jobstar Central

    **This site is packed with information about planning your career.  What kind of training or education is required?  What can you earn?  What kind of environment will you work in?


    **View your pick of over 350 career videos.  Each is a few minutes long, requires no software or special skills to be viewed, and provides the viewer with a snapshot of what it is like to work in any of the features professions.


    College Board Online

    **Sections for students, parents, and professionals.  Conduct college searches; learn about SAT preparation and more.


    State University of New York (SUNY)

    **Learn about SUNY campus offerings, conduct SUNY college searches, and view features expressly for school counselors.



    Links to Frequently Used Web Sites

  - Students can access the Common Application here, download forms and applications and apply online.

  - Students should click on this link, then go to "future students" then "apply now".

  - This is the link to apply for the ACT.





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     Here is the most updated and comprehensive information about the 21 WNY Colleges and Universities.