Resources for College Students
Gale Academic One File -- Complete source for peer-reviewed scholarly articles across all academic disciplines
Gale OneFile Business -- Articles on accounting, marketing and management, and related fields
Gale OneFile Educator’s Reference Complete -- Academic articles, reports, news, book reports, and more in the field of education
ProQuest Research Companion -- Tools to support finding, evaluating, and using information
Proquest Science (accessible from listing of Library Databases) -- Full-text articles in the applied and general sciences
ERIC (Education Resources Information Center) -- Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, ERIC provides access to more than 1.5 million citations to journal and non-journal literature since 1996
Google Scholar -- A search engine that provides links to full-text articles. Full-text access may not be available without a university login, but many articles are made freely available by the publisher. Features a “cited by” tool that shows other authors that have cited the article you are viewing.
Hathitrust – A digital library repository of millions of digitized print books and documents in the public domain
Pubmed -- A service of the National Library of Medicine, Pubmed contains more than 30 million citations and abstracts of peer-reviewed biomedical literature, including access to MEDLINE.
Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL) -- Offers guides on how to properly cite sources when writing reports in MLA, APA, Chicago, and other citation styles
Student Financial Assistance
- Study.com College Scholarship for High School Seniors
- Math Scholarship from Study.com
- Study.com Scholarship for Accounting Majors
- Study.com Scholarship for Economics Majors
- Biology Scholarship from Study.com
- Computer Science Scholarship from Study.com
- Study.com Scholarship for Black Students
- Study.com Scholarships for Black Women
- Study.com HBCU Scholarship
- Study.com Scholarship for Black Nursing Students
Office of Student Financial Assistance of the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education -- Resources on paying for a college education, including information on grants, scholarships, and other awards
- Am I eligible for financial aid through the FAFSA?
- How can I apply for the FAFSA?
- How will COVID-19 impact the FAFSA?
Consider online databases at your college that are available with your student email account. Also check your college library’s website -- they likely have LibGuides in your area of study and for help with research and citations.