- The most important form and source of information: FAFSA – the Free Application for Federal Student Aid is required by all schools.
- Click here for a free graphical guide and a quick overview of the types of financial aid prepared by the U.S. Department of Education.
- FinAid.org provides information about scholarships, loans, college savings options (such as 529 plans), military aid, and more.
- Fastweb.com offers information about colleges, scholarships, financial aid, and other financial resource management.
- ScholarshipMentor.com has valuable advice about applying for scholarships as well as links to various categories of student aid.
MeritAid.com has information on $1.1 billion in merit-based scholarships from colleges.
- ScholarshipHelp.org provides links to different scholarship Web sites.
- StudentLoans.gov provides information about U.S. Department of Education student loans and how to manage them.
- Forbes Magazine’s 2017 Guide to FAFSA, CSS Profile, College Aid and Expected Family Contribution.
- Want to get a fairly good estimate of how much your college will truly cost? Check out the CNN-Money Magazine calculator.
Junior and senior families, for more information about college financial aid, please refer to the PA-published College Handbook. Contact the College Office for information on how to download it in English, Chinese and Korean.
Don’t forget: Check Parent Coordinator Dina Ingram’s bi-weekly e-mails as well as the school’s College Office page periodically for important student aid updates and information.
Please note: Scholarship information will be posted in each student’s NAVIANCE account within the “Colleges” tab. Please log in to your NAVIANCE Account to see up-to-date information about the latest opportunities. More information on NAVIANCE can be found on the Stuy website.