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Plan 4 College

Plan 4 College
Visit TCCL's Plan4College Center

 A project with Oklahoma GEAR UP, the Plan4College Centers provide families and students with a one-stop-shop for all their college info needs. The centers are stocked with knowledgeable coordinators, computers and handouts that can get anyone started on a great plan for college.

Remember, at each Plan4College center you will receive an additional 90 minutes of computer time each day that you can use to compare colleges, complete the FAFSA form, apply to Oklahoma colleges, and practice for standardized tests.


Visit your nearest Plan4College Center at the Rudisill Regional Library or the Martin Regional Library, and get started today.

College Bound Web Resources

  • American Council on Education College Credit Recommendation Service
    The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (CREDIT) connects workplace learning with colleges and universities by helping adults gain access to academic credit for formal courses and examinations taken outside the traditional classroom.
  • CareerOneStop
    CareerOneStop is…
    -Your source for employment information and inspiration
    -The place to manage your career
    -Your pathway to career success
    -Tools to help job seekers, students, businesses and career professionals
    -Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor
  • College Results Online
    Produced by the Education Trust, this free resource provides users with information on nearly any four-year college/university in the US. Includes graduation rates, race, gender, college characteristics, student characteristics, admissions, financial aid, and faculty. Search by location, SAT scores, tuition, and student characteristics and outcomes.
  • Official Guide to Oklahoma's Colleges and Universities - September 2012
    Getting into college, paying for college, school profiles, and more.
  • Oklahoma Scholars
    Tulsa Pubic Schools is a pilot site for the Oklahoma Scholars program.

    "The Tulsa Metro Chamber, in partnership with Tulsa Public Schools, launched an aggressive education program called Oklahoma Scholars. The program encourages eighth grade students to enroll in a highly rigorous curriculum in high school, thus better preparing them for success in the workforce."
  • Oklahoma Student Center
    The go-to website for information about going to college in Oklahoma.
  • Peterson's
    Guides and timelines for choosing or returning to college, test prep, international student admissions, and more.
  • Preparing for college Publications - OK State Regents for Higher Education
    -8th Grade Through 10th Grade, Design Your Plan for College
    -High School Juniors and Seniors, Design Your Plan for College
    -The Counselors' Resource Book to Oklahoma's Colleges and Universities 2012-13
    -Grant and Scholarship Programs
    -Are You Looking for Money? Paying for College with Grants, Scholarships, and Federal Loans
    -Oklahoma's Promise Flyer
  • Schools in Oklahoma
    Schools in Oklahoma helps high school students--and others looking for higher education opportunities-- find the right school for them based on personal, financial, and educational needs.
    Key features of the tool include:
    - A comprehensive list of higher education institutions in Oklahoma
    - Enrollment, tuition, and types of degrees offered at each institution
    - Filter feature for visitors who know their budget, and want to know which schools they can afford
  • SuperCollege
    SuperCollege is your advocate, empowering you to get into, pay for and succeed in college and beyond. Explore colleges and find out about scholarships.
  • The College Board
    This resource provides useful information on the college search process, downloadable applications for over 800 colleges, and a comprehensive search engine with detailed information on colleges and universities. Colleges and universities can be searched for alphabetically, by preferences, and a comparative chart with another school or schools.
  • Tulsa Community College TRiO Educational Opportunity Center
    The Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) program provides counseling and information on college admissions to qualified adults 19 years old and over who want to enter, re-enter or transfer to postsecondary education programs.
  • U.S. News & World Report Education Center
    College and university rankings, career information, financial aid, general tips.

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