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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is the first step in procuring financial aid from the federal government and subsequently, individual colleges and universities. The form is detailed and a little arduous to fill out. If you need assistance, this is the place to go.

 

Tuition Funding Sources (www.TuitionFundingSources.com)
The Pepsi-Cola Company has selected Indian Hill High School as one of the few schools in the country to receive the Tuition Funding Sources program. This program contains the world抯 largest scholarship database at least
five to ten times larger than any other source.

2. Select the state where you live and the school you attend.
3. Enter your email address and create a password.
4. Students wanting to use the automatic letter writing feature in the website will also need to enter their name and address. this information is secure and will never be shared with anyone.
5. Registration is now complete. You can now access teh TuitionFundingSources.com website with your email address and password from any computer that is connected to the internet.
 

Sponsored by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, this page provides links to hundreds of sources of information about student aid. One of the most comprehensive, useful and well
organized sites in education today. This site provides a terrific glossary of financial aid terms, a complete and thorough overview of the financial aid and financial aid methodology, as well as FAQ's. Definitely stop here!


U.S. Department of Education (www.ed.gov)
To apply for federal financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can submit the paper form that is available at your high school or college financial aid office. Another option is to download the FAFSA Express software from this Web site. This software allows you to apply for federal student aid via your home computer. (NOTE; If you have already submitted a paper copy, do not submit another one via
your computer.) If you have any questions about Federal Student Aid or the
status of your FAFSA, call 1 (800) USA-Learn. In addition to the FAFSA, several colleges require the College Board Profile form. It is used as part of the application process.


Student Guide to Financial Aid (www.students.gov/index2.html)
This site is sponsored by the US Department of Education and includes the 1998-99 Student Guide to Financial Aid on-line. The guide provides excellent interpretive information on student aid, student eligibility, financial need, dependency status, applying for aid, special circumstances, deadlines, Peel Grants, Stafford Loans, PLUS loans, links to other financial aid sites and more. A must see site!
 

Federal Financial Aid Programs & FAFSA Assistance (www.ed.gov/offices/OPE/)
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step in securing financial aid for anyone in the United States. This site provides three great areas for browsing. They include:
financial aid for students; instructions on how to complete the FAFSA, and information for financial aid professionals.

FAFSA on the Web and FAFSA Express (www.ed.gov/offices/OSFAP/students/apply/fexpress/html)
You can either fill out the FAFSA on-line or send or download a copy of the 1999-2000 FAFSA to send to the Federal Govt.
 

Financial Aid Estimation Form (http://www.finaid.org/calculators)
This site computes an estimate of your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) using a formula very similar to the Federal Methodology approved by Congress and used by college and university financial aid administrators when awarding federal financial aid. A very good site.

Links to Financial Aid Web Sites, including all Ohio Financial
Aid Offices, Ohio State Grants and Aid, as well as the FAFSA on the Web. (www.oasfaa.org)

A Comprehensive Financial Aid and Scholarship Search Site (http://www.finaid.org)

CSS Profile. This is a supplementary financial aid form that many of the top colleges in the US use in addition to the FAFSA to determine a students financial need. This site enable you to complete this CSS Profile online. 



Get Recruited.
At this website, all students can get recruited by participating colleges, universities, and graduate schools free. (www.get-recruited.com)

Colleges, College Scholarships and Financial Aid. This site will help students find links to ten Free online scholarship searches, college admissions and financial aid office email addresses and toll free numbers, links to college websites and online applications (by state), a free college admissions and scholarships email newsletter, and a list of the web's best college and scholarship websites. If you are interested go to (www.college-scholarships.com).

Guaranteed Scholarships.
This site provides scholarships guaranteed by individual colleges and universities to ALL admitted students meeting the criteria listed. (www.guaranteed-scholarships.com)

More scholarship searches found at:
This is a great site for financial aid resources.( www.scholarstuff.com)
Going to college can be expensive. But plenty of sources of funding exist, if you take the time to do your research. This site offers you free access to a large, searchable scholarship database, the opportunity to
get information about education loans from lenders, and general information on financial aid. (U.S.
News Scholarship Search)


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