Financial Aid and Scholarships

  • American Association of University Women (AAUW): A nationwide network working toward equity for women and girls, which awards scholarships.

  • College Goal Sunday: Provides information on how to obtain financial aid for college.

  • FAFSA: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is a good place to begin your financial aid search.

  • FAFSA on the Web: Free worksheets to help you get organized.

  • FastWeb: A comprehensive database of scholarships. Perform a detailed search to find one that’s right for you. You can sign up to receive email updates from the site when new scholarships become available.

  • Federal Student Aid: The Department of Education’s guide to funding for higher education.

  • FinAid.org: A student guide to financial aid

  • FinancialAidFinder.com: Search for scholarships, grants and student loans.

  • HispanicFund.org: Provides Hispanic high school and college students with funding resources.

  • MeritAid: Offers a comprehensive list of merit aid available across the U.S.

  • NerdScholar: Provides useful guides and resources to help students fill out FAFSA forms and qualify for federal aid.

  • Sallie Mae: A publicly traded company, Sallie Mae is the largest provider of educational loans in the U.S.

  • Scholarships.com: Search for scholarships and grants.

  • The College Solution: Lynn O’Shaughnessy’s blog offers valuable information.

  • U.S. Department of Education: Use the funding menu to find money for college.

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