College Prep

Here you will find a guide for college planning and preparation. From choosing a major to choosing a college, this is your online library resource towards you next step in education.


Learning Express Library

LearningExpress Library LearningExpress Library provides access to online tests such as the SAT, ACT, AP Tests, GED, GMAT, and LSAT. There are tests for specific careers including: Military, EMS, Firefighting, Law Enforcement, Civil Service, Teaching, Nursing, and Cosmetology. There are also tutorials that can help improve math, read, and writing skills. A library card is required for home access.

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College Navigator

Find the right college for you! This government-based website has information on over 7,000 accredited American colleges and universities. It has everything you need to know facts-wise about prospective schools.
Build a list of schools using “My Favorites” for side-by-side comparisons, pinpoint school locations with an interactive map, export search results into a spreadsheet, save your search options and favorites, and much more.

Peterson’s is the world’s leading educational services company dedicated to furthering education after high school and beyond. From culinary school to medical school—and everything in between—Peterson’s helps you discover, prepare for, and fund your education.

College Board Blog

College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity. Today, the membership association is made up of over 6,000 of the world’s leading educational institutions, and helps more than seven million students prepare for a successful transition to college through programs and services in college readiness and college success.

FSPL Catalog Search

Try searching different keywords and options. For example, a keyword search for “college” and narrowing the literary form to “non-fiction” will help you discover titles such as “How to Survive your Freshman Year,” “The Secrets of Picking a College (and Getting In!),” “Fiske Guide to Colleges,” “How to Write a Winning Scholarship Essay” and hundreds more!
As always, you can also call your preferred branch and a staff member will be happy to help you find the perfect literature for your needs.