This is an extensive financial aid site including scholarship and loan information.
Males must register for selective service before they can receive financial aid. This site allows you to register on-line.
This site is affiliated with the magazine and discusses planning for college and the financial ramifications.
While this is a commercial site sponsored by a financial institution involved with college loans, it has a user friendly explanation of the financial aid process for both parents and students.
Booklet maintained by the federal government explains how financial aid works. It also has information about the types of aid awarded by the government: PELL grants, Direct and FFEL Stafford Loans, PLUS Loans, consolidation loans, work study and Perkins Loans. You can select English or Spanish versions on PDF format.
Use this site to find your school's Title IV code when you fill in your FAFSA.
Site run by the Federal Trade Commission that helps students and parents avoid unethical scholarship data base providers.
Nonprofit organization provides scholarships for Armenian-Americans.
BrokeScholar is a free search engine that lets you search through a database of more than 900,000 college scholarships. After you complete the on-line questionnaire, BrokeScholar shows you each scholarship's name, how much money is available, and the application deadline. Click on the name of any scholarship and BrokeScholar shows you more in-depth information about that scholarship including applicable majors and schools, contact information, and even a link to the scholarship provider's Web site.
This is an alphabetical listing by state of schools that offer cheerleading scholarships. Also gives information about tryouts.