2) Resources on the Web

Financial Aid Resources on the Web

 

www.fafsa.ed.gov

Complete and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online.

 

www.calgrants.org

Here you will find all the Cal-Grant basics, including the GPA Verification Form, in one stop.

www.chafee.csac.ca.gov

Learn about this exciting new grant for youth who are or were in foster care.

 

www.studentaid.ed.gov

Stop here for details on the major federal aid programs.

www.csac.ca.gov

Learn more about Cal-Grants, other state aid and outreach activities, program requirements and how to apply for aid.

 

www.finaid.org

Learn more about financial aid for college; includes calculators to estimate financial aid eligibility.

 

www.icanaffordcollege.com

California Community Colleges can help you afford college and build a better future.

 

www.fastweb.com

A free service available on the Web that can match students to appropriate scholarships.

www.hsf.net

Hispanic Scholarship Fund – Nation’s leading organization supporting Hispanic higher education.

www.hispanicfund.org

Hispanic College Fund provides talented and underprivileged Hispanic youth with vision, mentors, resources and scholarships.

 

www.maldef.org

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund – concentrates its efforts on education, employment & immigration. Provides scholarship opportunities for Hispanic Americans.

 

www.edfund.org

Click here to learn more about planning for college and a career, applying for financial aid and managing your loan.

www.edwise.org

Turn to this online financial planning tool to calculate how much you can afford to borrow and create a spending plan.

www.collegeboard.com

Sign up here for the SAT or have your SAT scores sent to colleges; includes practice tests, online calculators and the CSS Profile.

 

www.salliemae.com

Sallie Mae – The nation’s leading provider of student loans.

 

www.nelliemae.org

Nellie Mae – A non-profit organization providing student loan financing and services.

 





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