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Helpful Links

You can never have too much information while conducting your college search. The following Web sites are great resources:

The Associated Colleges of the Midwest is a consortium of 14 independent liberal arts colleges that pool resources for off-campus study programs and offer college planning assistance to high school juniors and seniors.

The College Board created the SAT test and the AP Program. Their website has a wealth of test-taking and college-planning resources.

Colleges That Change Lives is the website version of the influential book by Loren Pope. Knox is in the book, and on the site.

You apply to Knox with the Common Application, used by more than 300 selective colleges across the country and Knox is an exclusive user.

The National Association for College Admission Counseling is an organization of 9,800 college admission counselors from around the world dedicated to serving students as they make choices about pursuing postsecondary education.

Petersons and the Princeton Review provide news, tools, and advice for your college search.