American Indian Education Programs
Read about scholarships for American Indians funded by the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs’ Office of Indian Education Programs.
Visit these sites for information and an online application for the Americorps programs.
Learn about the National Collegiate Athletic Association, recruiting rules and more.
Presents an overview of the Cal Grant program. You’ll find the basics in one short stop. See www.csac.ca.gov for detailed information.
California Community Colleges
Contains descriptions of all the colleges as well as programs and services.
California Postsecondary Education Commission
Check here for an overview of postsecondary education in California, along with links to the state’s colleges.
California State University
Check out all the CSU campuses, including programs and services.
California Student Aid Commission
Learn more about the Cal Grant programs, other state aid and outreach activities, their requirements and how to apply for them.
Check here to learn about U.S. citizenship.
College Board Online Scholarship Search
Search this free database of more than 2,000 non-college sources of funding for undergraduate study.
College Opportunities Online
Plug in your major, interests and geographic area; and this federal government site will fetch likely matches from profiles of more that 7,000 colleges and career schools; includes Fall 2003 tuition costs. You’ll also find the average financial award for each school and how many students receive financial aid.
Find out more about cooperative education, a work-learn program that incorporates paid work experience with classroom studies.
Find out where the jobs are now and where they’re projected to be tomorrow.
FAFSA on the Web
Complete and file the FAFSA online following the easy step-by-step instructions.
FastAid Scholarship Search
Search this database, sponsored by the Cassidy Endowment for Education, for private scholarships, both need- and merit-based. Includes general application strategies.
Browse perhaps the largest and best-known database of private sources of financial aid for undergraduate through graduate study.
Federal Student Aid
Stop here for details on the major federal aid programs.
FinAid!® The SmartStudent Guide™ to Financial Aid
Learn more about financial aid and how to apply for it; includes advice on college life, calculators to estimate your eligibility for financial aid and information on scholarship scams.
Financial Aid for the Health Professions
Browse this site for information on federal financial aid for undergraduate and graduate students in health profession studies.
Funding Your Education
Read this U.S. Department of Education publication for an overview of student aid created especially for high school juniors and younger students. Click on the "If You Attend..." and the"Junior/High School" link. In English and Spanish.
Gates Millennium Scholarships
Stop here to find out more about scholarships for outstanding Pell Grant-eligible African-American, Hispanic-American, American-Indian, Alaskan-Native or Asian-Pacific Islander-American students funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and administered by the United Negro College Fund.
Golden State ScholarShare
Find information on the state-sponsored college savings plan.
Help Completing the FAFSA
Get help here completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Explore scholarship opportunities offered by the Hispanic Scholarship Fund.
Find out about hundreds of paid and volunteer jobs in government, state and national parks or overseas for nonprofit organizations.
Mapping Your Future
Take steps toward college and a career at this destination for middle school, high school and adult students.
Army ROTC Scholarship. The Army ROTC provides a Four, Three, and Two-Year scholarship Programs along with the Army ROTC Green to Gold Scholarship Program. ROTC provides opportunities for high school graduates, current college students, and former enlisted members in the military to complete their baccalaureate degree’s and also earn commissions through participation in the ROTC scholarship program. For further information, call 1-213-740-1850 or connect to www.trojanrotc.org
Go to these sites to learn about the financial aid offered by the Armed Forces.
National Student Loan Data System
Use your PIN to look up your current federal financial aid history from the government’s central database.
Stop here to find out about how Peace Corps volunteers may incorporate their service into a master’s degree program and may receive financial aid.
Personal Identification Numbers
Apply for a PIN to e-sign FAFSA on the Web, make corrections and more.
Social Security Number
Go here to apply for a Social Security number online, if you don’t already have one or to find the location of the nearest office.
The Student Guide to Federal Financial Aid
Access the U.S. Department of Education’s, The Student Guide, a comprehensive resource for federal student aid programs.
Tax Benefits for Higher Education
Check this IRS site to see if you qualify for a tax credit or deduction.
Think College? Me? Now?
Here you’ll find information about choosing the right courses in high school to prepare for college.
University of California
Learn about UC campuses and estimate your EFC and eligibility for grants.
U.S. Selective Service
Go here to register for the U.S. Selective Service, if you’re required to do so.
Veterans Education Benefits
Check out the financial aid programs for veterans and their dependents.
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