2015 Tuition Fair Resources And Handouts

 

 


Helpful Organizations


 

Getting Started With Financial Aid

 

Parents:  

 

Financial Aid Overviews:

 

Federal Student Aid:

 
Beware of scholarship scams -- don't pay for free information!
 
Colleges and universities provide some 20% of aid, most need-based. Check University Web Sites and the institution's financial aid office when you apply for admission.
 
For questions not covered by the U.S. Department of Education Web site, call the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-433-3243.

 Loans

 

Getting Loans:

 

Repaying Loans: 

 

If you are having problems with your loan and all other approaches fail, contact the U.S. Department of Education's Office of the Ombudsman.


 

Scholarships, Grants And Work Study

 

SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

GRANTS:

 

WORK STUDY (EARN MONEY WHILE IN SCHOOL):

 

 

Medical Field Financial Assistance: 

 

Military based Financial assistance: 

  • Military academies:
  • Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC): For students who want to be commissioned as officers after graduating from college.

United States Air Force ROTC
United States Army ROTC
United States Navy ROTC

 

ADDITIONAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: