General College Planning
Access all avenues of college education. Provides video testimonials, career planning, information on financial planning, selecting a college, and more.
Provides information on locating the right college for you.
General college planning for low-income students and those who may be the first in the family to attend college.
The Princeton Review
Includes information on how to apply and prepare for higher education, such as financial-aid resources, test preps, college rankings, and tips on selecting the right college.
A college-planning website designed for those with intellectual disabilities.
FAFSA [Free Application for Federal Student Aid]
Application used to apply for federal student aid such as loans, work-study, and federal grants.
Federal Student Aid
An office of the U.S. Department of Education. Help with finding the means to fund college.
A financial-aid guide. Includes information on searching for scholarships, applying for loans, and calculating one’s finances with available calculators.
Resources to help students find scholarships to pay for school.
Search and apply for college scholarships. Must register for a free account to search for scholarship opportunities.
Read to avoid scholarship scams.
Register and prepare for the ACT. Includes tips, practice questions, and test descriptions.
Prepare for the SAT, ACT, and more.
Learning Express Library [must own a DPLS library card]
Prepare for the SAT, ACT, AP exams, and college-admission essays.
Prepare for the SAT, ACT, PARCC, and SBAC.
Our library system owns or has access to resources to prepare for the tests. Click here to gain access to our catalog and begin your search.
*Updated April 2020