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Peterson’s Guide to Scholarshipsg

 www.petersons.com

College Board Scholarship Search

www.collegeboard.org

Sallie Mae Scholarship Search

https://www.salliemae.com

Student Scholarship Search

 www.studentscholarships.org

FastWeb Scholarship Search

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General Information Sites and Helpful Scholarship Search Links

www.finaid.org Comprehensive financial aid information

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www.pasfaa.org Information on Pennsylvania institutions

www.studentaid.ed.gov US Department of Education financial aid page

www.fafsa.ed.gov FAFSA on the Web

www.pin.ed.gov To request a Federal Student Aid PIN for electronic signatures

www.phea.org Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency, 800-692-7392

www.makecollegepossible.com Pennsylvania 529 College Savings Program

www.aessuccess.org American Education Services

www.Studentloanhero.com Resource for student loans, including information on private student loans.

 
 
 
Look at the Schools you are interested in FIRST to see what kind of Financial Aid, Scholarships, & Awards offered. Follow this link to access many College Specific scholarship Pages! Every college/university has their own scholarship page, we have just compiled some commonly applied to schools here for quick access!
 
 

 

Never Too Early For Scholarships!

Start immediately earning scholarship money for your high achievements through micro-scholarships like Raise.me
Through a new program offered via the AIU8, students can automatically earn scholarships from colleges for entering information on their completed goals inside and outside of the classroom (grades, part time jobs, volunteer hours, extracurricular, etc.) Ask the Guidance Department for instructions on how to create a "raise.me" account.
 

 

PARENTS, Don't know where to start with FAFSA?

Here is a good introduction: