Scholarships and Financial Aid Information
Securing financing for your college education is an essential step in your future planning. There are basically two ways of financing your education: Merit based scholarships, and Need Based Financial Aid.
Merit scholarships are competitive. You face a national pool of applicants. Your best alternative might be to search for scholarships that are local to your city or state. Completing a scholarship search is the best way to begin. Try
Financial Aid Based on Need
Many students receive need based financial aid. Completion of a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in January of your senior year is essential in this process. You should, however, complete a financial estimator form to determine before you get your FAFSA results just how much college will cost you. See how one family will pay for college on the
NOTE: any of these four college will cost this family ONLY what their Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of $4,500.