College Financial Aid

and Scholarship Resources

Financial aid packages can be complicated

  • The first thing to do is break it down into the different types of loans, grants, and scholarships.

  • Most people will need to fill out the FAFSA and other college financial aid forms (Profile) even if you don't think you will qualify.

  • Many colleges award scholarships and merit aid only to those that fill out the financial forms regardless of income.

  • It's never too early to look at scholarships and learn money-saving tips. 

  • Find out more from the links below.

1. Sallie Mae - Plan for College 

2. Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency

     - PHEAA 

3. Unigo - Scholarship Search

4. FAFSA on the Web - Federal Financial Aid Forms 

5. U.S. Dept. Of Education

    - College Affordability and Transparency Center  

6. FinAid - Award Letter Comparison Spreadsheet

7. Fastweb - Scholarship Search

8. FoundationsU - Financial Tools

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