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This website provides links to financial aid resources and information maintained by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education.
The Blueprints College Access Initiative is a college access program sponsored by Alabama Possible. It connects 21st century high school students and their families with resources and relationships so that they are equipped to graduate from high school college and career ready. The Blueprints webpage includes information about preparing for college, applying for college, and paying for college.
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AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org was created to be a comprehensive accreditation resource for anyone in the process of selecting a college. The purpose of the website is to help prospective students make informed decisions about which college to attend and avoid being saddled with student loans and worthless degrees from “diploma mills.” In the section of the website entitled, School Resources & Learning Center, there is a subsection entitled, Financial Aid and Scholarships.
The website, which is maintained by the staff of U.S. News and World Report, provides tips, tools, and expert advice can help students navigate student loans, scholarships, grants, the FAFSA, and overall financial aid planning.
Created in 1995, Fastweb has become one of the premier online resources for paying and preparing for college. Fastweb works by matching website users with relevant scholarship opportunities completely free of charge. With roughly 1.5 million scholarships worth more than $3.4 billion, there are scholarships for every student’s educational goals, activities and interests. In addition, users can depend on Fastweb for insider financial aid tips, advice on high school and college life, as well as job and internship matches in their area.
Federal Student Aid is responsible for managing the student financial assistance programs of the U.S. Department of Education. These programs provide grants, loans, and work-study funds to students attending college or career school. The agency's website is an excellent source of information about all aspects of the financial aid process.
FinAid was established in 1994 as a public service. This award-winning website has grown into one of the most comprehensive sources of student financial aid information, advice and tools -- on or off the web.
This compilation, maintained by the staff of the Michigan State University Libraries, focuses primarily on funding opportunities for individuals, such as financial aid or scholarships for students. Funding sources may be searched by academic level, population group, and subject.
The Peterson’s databases includes over 50,000 accredited Schools and Programs, and over 5,000 Scholarships. Use the search tools to find the school, program, or scholarship that’s right for you. You can focus your search on the categories important to you.
Whether you’re a high school student, college student, nontraditional or adult-learner, the Scholarships.com website lets you complete a free profile then get matched to scholarships and grants you're qualified for from colleges, universities, organizations, foundations, corporations, government & more.
Tuition Funding Sources is the most comprehensive online resource for higher education funding. A free and independent service, TFS links students to more than 7 million individual scholarships and to more than $41 billion in aid.
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