Student Financial Aid

This page contains links to sites with information about securing financial aid for college. This process can not begin too soon. The sooner you understand how this process works the better your chances for eventually securing financial assistance for your college education.
The first step to gaining financial aid for college is to start the FAFSA (Free Application For Federal Student Aid) process. Your family financial income data including prior year tax returns and/or total household projected income is required. Since tax returns for a prior year cannot be filed until January 1 that is the earliest you can file your FAFSA application. All of your information, however should be completed so that on January 1, one minute after twelve midnight you can submit the application.
    Here are additional sites with information for the student aid process:
2. Funding Education Beyond High School, The Guide to Federal Student Aid:
3.  Pell Grant Eligibility:  
4. HBCU's online:

5. United Negro College Fund Scholarships 

7. Veterans Make Great Technology and Engineering/STEM Teachers Scholarship

8. The Mary Blake Single Parent Nursing Scholarship

9. Kosciuszko Foundation Tuition Scholarships for Polish-American Students

10. James & Patricia Sood Education Studies Scholarship

11. 2016 Green Home Improvement Scholarship

12. HouseholdQuotes Scholarship

13. Student Financial Aid Search Engine: Find & Apply for Financial Aid to Pay for College

14. Scholarships to Help International Students Afford U.S. Colleges

15. “No Essay” College Scholarship

16.  Scholarship America Scholarships 

17. ZipRecruiter $3000 Bi-Annual Scholarship for students



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