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The recently revised FAFSA form is explained with step-by-step instructions. The guide includes information and advice from experts on how to apply for aid, plus easy-to-compare college profiles giving the “financial aid picture” for more than 3,000 four-year and two-year colleges and technical schools. Shows award amounts and scholarship requirements.
• Calculate the actual costs of college
• Increase your chances of receiving aid
• Compare aid offers and learn how to appeal if needed
• Plan strategically as an independent student or divorced or single parent
• Avoid costly mistakes when applying
How to find out what a college will really cost you (not their tuition sticker price), how to factor cost into your college search, how to maximize your benefits, and everything else you need to get accepted with a price you can afford.
The most complete and authoritative facts about more than 1.7 million awards, including scholarship, internship, and loan programs offered by foundations, charitable organizations, and state and federal government agencies.
A how-to: Apply for those scholarships that are the best match for students' profile and skills; create a scholarship application that will stand apart from the rest; find the buried treasure of scholarships that aren't available on common websites.
Up-to-date information on millions of privately funded awards available to college students. It contains detailed profiles of awards based on academic fields and career goals, ethnic heritage, talent, employment experience, military service, and other categories, which are available from such private sources as foundations, corporations, and religious and civic organizations.
A creative guide to finding scholarships when your grades suck and your parents are broke! Students without perfect grades can still attend college if they really want to. Describes ways to find money to help pay for higher education even for the student who doesn't have straight A grades.
Aimed at helping parents and teenagers become empowered consumers as they navigate through the college process. Billions of dollars are available to pay for college, but not everybody gets their share. This book shares the secrets of how you can capture some of this money for your own family.
Presents a comprehensive directory of available college scholarships, along with advice on where to find the best scholarships, how to write a winning essay, compile a resume, get a recommendation, and succeed in an interview.
Here you will find student- and parent-oriented publications in PDF. Note that they have a number of items in PDF that are not available in hard copy from FSAPubs or ED Pubs, so be sure to visit this page to find a variety of useful fact sheets and other items that you can print out or email.