Scholarship and Financial Aid
Scholarships and Financial Aid are becoming increasingly important as families discuss how to pay for college. The College Counselers have collected some helpful links that explain the process more clearly.
Fast Web — Searches thousands of scholarships that meet criteria specific to you.
Merit Aid — Displays all available scholarships at a particular institution. This helps to ensure that a student has not missed any opportunities to apply for scholarships while he is finishing his application.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (F.A.F.S.A.) — The FAFSA is the form each student must fill out if he would like to be considered for financial aid, either from the government, or from the school. This form uses tax information to tell the government and colleges the contribution a family could be expected to make towards the student's college education.
FinAid.org — The most comprehesive source of student financial aid information, adivce, and tools on the web.