U. S. Military Student Financial Aid

U. S. Military Student Financial Aid

The U.S. Military funds the college education of service members through a number of programs and institutions. These include the Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (ROTC) the United States Military Academies, and programs for the Reserves and National...
Federal Work-Study Programs

Federal Work-Study Programs

The Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program provides a way for students to earn money for their education by working at a part-time job while in college. There are about 3,400 colleges and career schools participating in the FWS Program. Colleges have varying amounts of...
State Grants and Scholarships For College

State Grants and Scholarships For College

If you qualify for a grant or scholarship at the Federal level, you are also likely to qualify in your home state. States operate programs similar to the Federal Pell Grant Program in that they provide need-based funding that doesn’t need to be repaid. If your Federal...
Seeking Private Scholarships

Seeking Private Scholarships

Private Scholarships What if you were admitted to your top three colleges but couldn’t enroll in them because the costs were too high, even with your Federal aid? You’d be forced to decline their offers and accept one from a less desirable college — not the end of the...
Don’t Forget the CSS Profile

Don’t Forget the CSS Profile

How the CSS Profile Helps You  The College Scholarship Service (CSS) Profile is required by about 400 colleges a few scholarship organizations.The form enables you to be considered for eligibility for a college’s institutional funds in the form of...