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These web sites may be useful when searching for college information. All sites below are free and do not ask you to submit your name and address. Montgomery College does not take responsibility for the accuracy of the information.

  • Montgomery College Transfer Information Page
    Includes a wide range of transfer information, including links to Maryland Articulation/Transfer information.

  • State of Maryland Articulation/Transfer Information Site
    The primary source of transfer information for schools (mostly public) in Maryland, including a link to ARTSYS, links to 2- & 4-year schools, lists of programs for each school, and financial aid information.

  • ARTSYS, State of Maryland Articulation Information Site
    ARTSYS shows which Montgomery College courses are recommended for transfer to specific Maryland colleges and universities, course equivalencies, and a search for majors. Includes the following schools: Baltimore, Bowie, College of Notre Dame, Coppin, Frostburg, Salisbury, Towson, Washington College, Western Maryland College, and the following University of Maryland campuses: Baltimore (UMB), Baltimore County (UMBC), College Park (UMCP), Eastern Shore (UMES), and University College (UMUC).

  • University of Maryland, College Park transfer information
    General information is posted for students transferring to UMCP.

  • Information for Maryland Universities at Shady Grove
    Information about programs offered at the Maryland Universities at Shady Grove.

  • Apply to participating ARTSYS institutions
    This electronic application allows you to quickly apply to schools and "track" your application process electronically. A credit card or check may be used for application fees. This site also has a list of Maryland homepage links.

  • Collegesource
    This site includes college search by alphabetical listing, country, criteria (tuition, enrollment, major, et. al.), and geographic location - a great starting place to help narrow your search.

  • Peterson's Guide to Colleges and Universities
    This site may be the most comprehensive – it offers a college and university search, graduate program search, study abroad programs, summer programs, distance learning, scholarship searches and career and job search information.

  • Collegenet Search
    An easy to use college search program. Select schools by state/region/major – easy to use. Also lists graduate schools and medical schools. "Virtual Tours" section has slide show/film clips showing pictures of many college campuses.

  • University Lists and Links
    Lists schools by country, by state, or by name. Links you directly to college home pages – a good spot if you want information on one specific school.

  • Minority On-Line Information Service
    Lists instructions, scholarships and fellowships, and federal opportunities, as well as professional connections.

  • Collegeboard Information
    Testing information (SAT, TOEFL, GRE) as well as financial aid information and college search references.

  • U.S. News & World Report Rankings
    U.S. News & World Report Rankings
    U.S. News & World Report provides college rankings & profiles with links to their home pages.

  • Internet Quick Reference: Colleges and Universities
    maintained by the Indiana University Bloomington Libraries. Links to home pages of colleges and universities.

  • Federal Financial Aid Form
    The home page of the Federal Financial Aid Form. It lists several scholarship search programs, instructions for the federal form, information on loans and lenders, and college planning sites.

  • Free Scholarship Information
    Free scholarship information, sorted by major.

MONTGOMERY COLLEGE INTERNET ACCESS: Use the Internet in the MC Library or in the Career/Transfer Center. Without Internet access, reference books like Barron’s & Peterson’s guide to four-year Colleges are still a useful way to browse for information. These volumes have an index to search for schools by majors offered.

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