Cherokee's Financial Aid NightFINANCIAL AID INTERNET SITES
While most college planning sites on the Internet provide a combination of services, including financial aid and scholarship searches, the sites listed below deal with the financial concerns of going to college.
HESAA, the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority, is the only New Jersey state agency with the sole mission of providing students and families with financial and informational resources for students to pursue their education beyond high school.
This is the home site for all your needs concerning the Free Application for Federal Student Assistance form (FAFSA). This is where you can apply online during senior year for state, federal and college need-based aid. The required college codes are also listed here.
This is part of the College Board Online site and allows the user to file the Profile financial aid form to supplement the FAFSA. This should be done only if the college or organization specifically requires the Profile. Unlike the FAFSA, there is a charge for filing the Profile.
One of the best free scholarship searches available on the web. Users can establish an electronic mailbox for future scholarship news, apply to college online or use the college directory.
This organization posts information on scholarship scams as well as provides a scholarship search. Users can also subscribe to a free newsletter. A loan calculator and loan comparison chart are also available. Parents can turn to the special section designed with their questions/concerns in mind. You will also find scholarships for minority students.
This is a free scholarship search site which helps to connect students with the right schools.
eStudentLoan provides resources to help you understand everything you need to know about student loans for college. Explore this site, and when you are ready, find a loan that’s right for you.
Private student loan site.
This scholarship search site features financial opportunities for athletes, minorities, ethnic groups, religions and other special categories.
Find micro-scholarships from colleges.