Starting in October of their senior year, students and parents should begin completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid) if they plan on attending a 2 or 4-year college, vocational, or technical school in the fall. Applying for financial aid is free. If you are asked to pay money, you are on the wrong website. Remember to to check the priority deadline for each college in which you are applying.
- Federal Student Aid – Great resource that covers how to prepare for college, types of aid available, how to apply and more!
- FAFSA – Submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (grants, loans & work study funds) for college or career school. Over 150 billion each year is offered to millions of students to pay for higher education.
- Net Price Calculator – Tool to help you estimate your “net price” to attend a particular college or univeristy. Colleges that you think are out of your price range may be affordable!
- CSS/Financial Aid Profile – Fee based financial aid form by College Board requested by several colleges in addition to the FAFSA. Fee waiver if qualify.
- Fastweb – Free online student finance tools and scholarship search.
- Financial Aid for Veterans and their Dependents
- Student Tax Info
- Financial Aid for Online Colleges
- Educational Opportunity Center