The most complete financial aid site on the Internet. Take your
time and explore the many options carefully.
"The Internet's largest free scholarship search"
e-Scholar website provides all students (high school and higher),
parents, and career professionals information on different educational
opportunities offered by Federal Government departments and agencies,
or partnering organizations.
Quickly search by state, by sport, or by religion and more or
complete a comprehensive profle to generate a personalized list
CollegeNet's search provides a simple and fast way to find college
Each year, the NCAA awards more than $1 million in scholarships
to deserving students who have participated in college athletics
and/or are pursuing an athletics related career.
Aid Resources for Students With Disabilities
PDF file (requires Adobe Acrobat) includes a list of grants and
scholarships and also provides extensive information about how
a student with a disability can apply for funds through the regular
financial aid system.
Find the annual costs of any four-year college or university in
the United States. You may search by school name, state, or both.
Family Contribution (EFC) Calculator
College Board's Calculator: Your share of college costs is called
the Expected Family Contribution, or EFC for short. Estimating
your share helps determine how much you'll need from other sources,
such as financial aid.
A new Web site that offers hundreds of pages of student-aid
information. Students can read about the application process
for financial aid and use a calculator to determine how much
they need to save for college.
on the Web Use this online form to complete and submit
the Free Application for Federal Student Aid over the Internet.
Pre-Application Worksheets (PDF)
Complete the worksheet prior to filling out the online FAFSA
at fafsa.ed.gov. Because the order of the questions on FAFSA
on the Web is different than the paper FAFSA, it is important
to complete the Pre-Application Worksheet prior to completing
the online application.
the FAFSA an introductory publication for students provides instructions
on how to complete the Free Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA) either online or on paper.
for FAFSA Pin The FAFSA PIN serves as your identifier to let you access
your personal information in various U.S. Department of Education
systems. It's like the Personal Identification Number that
you get from your bank that enables you to access your account.