FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIP WEBSITES
Learning about the financial aid process for college can be time consuming and complicated. It is worth putting forth the effort to learn as much as you can about the process and what is required. The same is true for scholarships. It takes effort to learn about what scholarships may be the best to apply for. Check out these links to get started!
The FAFSA4Caster is a great link for students and parents to begin the process of applying for financial aid. It is a resource that can give families an idea of what will be required when completing the FAFSA, which can be an overwhelming process. Exploring this site is highly recommended!
This web site from the Department of Education has comprehensive information on important topics such as the types of aid available, who is eligible for aid, and information about applying for aid. It also provides important information that families should have regarding repayment of loans. The site offers a section on preparing for college which has checklists for both academic and financial time lines as well as other helpful information.
The CSS Profile is required by some colleges. Read more about it to be informed.
This site is a wonderful opportunity for students in high school to start accumulating scholarship money. I highly recommend families explore what this site has to offer!
This site has great resources to learn about financial aid. There are many great articles that are quite helpful. The site also has a college search tab as well.
Check out these links for scholarships for students with autism and other disabilities: