The websites listed below are for informational purposes only. Inclusion on this list does not constitute an endorsement by the CSD.
- College Affordability Guide
Produced by Degree Prospects, the College Affordability Guide pulls together a wide variety of data sources to inform users of the cost to attend and complete a degree at a university or college.
- The College Diabetes Network (CDN)
The CDN assists young adults and their families during this challenging transition period by providing tools and support for success. The following form may be completed to request materials including CDN brochures, Off to College materials, Off to College Booklets, Off to College Event Hosting Kits, and more. All materials are provided free of charge.
- Fact Sheet: Empowering Students to Choose the College that is Right for Them
With college costs and student debt on the rise, the choices that American families make when searching for and selecting a college have never been more important. Access to better data will help students choose colleges that will help them learn, graduate, and find jobs. Access to better data will help colleges assess how well they help all types of students succeed during and after college. Better information can unite students, parents, advisers, policymakers, and institutions on goals to lower costs and to help more students graduate.
- FARE College: Food Allergy Program
Food Allergy Research & Education organization launched the College Food Allergy Program with the goal of developing a comprehensive program to improve the safety and quality of life for college students with food allergies.
- National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Provides a parent brief titled, Parenting Post-Secondary Students with Disabilities: Becoming the Mentor, Advocate, and Guide Your Young Adult Needs.
- PACER Center- National Parent Center on Transition and Employment
Founded in 2014, PACER’s National Parent Center on Transition and Employment builds on PACER’s decades of experience providing high quality assistance and support to parents, youth, and professionals on transition topics. This innovative new project will keep the needs of families at the forefront and help youth with disabilities find success in postsecondary education, employment, and life in the community.
- Parents’ Guide to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act: Rights Regarding Children’s Education Records
The U.S. Department of Education provides commonly asked questions and answers, intended to help you understand your rights as a parent under FERPA.