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Financial Aid and Scholarships

FinancialAid

Scholarship Information

Be sure to check out the Scholarship board in Counseling outside Mrs. Goldenberg's office for highlighted local, state, and national scholarship opportunities.

Naviance is also a great resource for scholarship search. To view the complete list of scholarships, log into your Naviance account and go to:

Colleges --> Scholarships & Money --> Scholarship List

 

Additional Scholarship Resources:

Naviance College Organizer

Fastweb Scholarship

Unigo Scholarship Finder

College Board Scholarship Search

Peterson's Scholarship Search

Sallie Mae College Scholarships

Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation

 

 

FAFSA

Completing the FAFSA is the first step toward getting federal financial aid and state financial aid for college, vocational training, or graduate school. Many states and colleges use the information you provide on the FAFSA to determine your eligibility for state and school aid. Some private financial aid providers may also use your FAFSA information to determine if you qualify for financial aid they offer. If you do not complete the FAFSA, some schools will not even consider you for academic and non-academic scholarships that they offer. The FAFSA application opens every year on Oct. 1st

 

For more information about FAFSA, please visit their website.