Websites related to FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
FAFSA on the Web
Fill out a free application for federal student aid.
Funding Education Beyond High School
Includes comprehensives details on programs for federal student aid.
College Preparation Checklist
Aimed at parents, elementary and secondary students, this website offers suggestion for how to prepare for college academically and financially.
Do You Need Money for College? Federal Student Aid at a Glance
An overview of federal aid, student eligibility, programs, and the application process.
College.gov on YouTube
See over 60 videos with advice from students who are currently attending college.
Prices of online colleges.
A site that offers updated and clear advice on scholarships.
A student designed website that features first-person accounts of how students are able to prevail against the obstacles of peer pressure, financial problems, and an absence of family support, while at the same time achieving their academic goals.
US News devotes a webpage to ranking the different colleges. See which one you want to attend.
Find the Federal School Code List on the Information for Financial Aid Professionals (IFAP) here starting on
November 1, 2007.
Scholarships for students who are interested in a career in firefighting or forestry. This would include working environments ranging from the fire department to the national park system.
Search a $1.6 million scholarship database.
Step-by-step approach to scholarship searching and securing a loan.
Scholarship search engine, government program information and links to other helpful sites.
A free, personalized scholarship search that matches you to scholarships best suited to your background and interests.
Browse scholarships by award name, school, organization and category.
Publications and information dealing with financial aid.
The Institute of Education Statistics offers a wide variety of data on different colleges, and has a search engine that functions
quite similarly to Google's.
A ranking of potential colleges.
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