• Scholarships and Financial Aid  

    It is important to research scholarships and financial aid as soon as possible as they can play an important role in the college selection process.  In some cases the earlier a student applies for a scholarship or financial aid, the more money they may be eligible for.  Below is a list of useful websites which will make the scholarship and financial aid research process a less daunting task.  The websites contain information on financial aid as well as various methods of researching and applying for scholarships.  Students are encouraged to visit the high school Career Center for further information regarding scholarship offerings. 
    This presentation thoroughly goes over the Financial Aid Process

    Free Application for Federal Student Aid.  This is the Financial Aid Form that is required to be filled out in order to receive need based money in the form of grants and/or loans.

    Search for scholarships based on your own specifications.
    A comprehensive list of scholarships compiled by Career Zone.
    Scholarship search, college search, college recruiting
    College Board Scholarship Search
    A scholarship search provided by the College Board.
    Scholarship search, loans, and financial aid information provided by Peterson's.
    Information provided by Peterson's.
    Scholarships for America's Latino Students

    Scholarship program for low-income students who want to attend some of the nation's top colleges.

    U.S. Department of Education and Federal Student Aid
    Information and links regarding federal student assistance.

    Adventures in Education
    Financial aid information, scholarship search, budgeting information, finance tools, calculators and money management tips.

    Student Aid Guide
    Link to the U.S. Department of Education's financial aid resource publication Funding Education Beyond High School: The Guide to Federal Student Aid (also available in Spanish)

    Go College
    Financial aid and scholarship information.

    Information for international students who want to study in the U.S.

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