Colorado education officials are offering a new internet site to help 195,000 high school students and their parents plan for college.

The ColoradoMentor site ( will match student interests and academic goals with Colorado colleges and universities, and tell students what high school courses they need to complete for admittance.

Students will be able to apply for admission, financial aid and student loans, and learn about scholarships. They also can send a profile to recruiters.

The site is free, but students have to


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