Financial Aid Links

www.fastweb.com – Fastweb – Huge resource of scholarships and scholarship information.

www.campusprogram.com – Campus Program: Provides reviews of college, university and employment resources. Complied list of 50,000 college programs in the U.S. and Canada.


www.educationplanet.com – Education Planet – A great resource for all education needs.

www.scholarshipexperts.com – ScholarshipExperts.com – Named Forbes Best of the Web for Scholarships.

www.ed.gov – U.S. Department of Education – The U.S. Department of Education’s website has the most up-to-date information on financial aid, so be sure to check it at least once while you are searching for scholarships and loans. They also have in-depth information about how the financial aid process works and how to fill out the FAFSA. Calculators and short forms help you figure out how much aid you could potentially get. Of course, the website and everything on it is free to use.

www.collegeboard.org – The College Board – The College Board website is among the best for financial aid seekers. This company is responsible for administering your SAT, PSAT, and AP exams. They also offer some calculators to help you compare loans.

www.students.gov – This website is run by several government agencies and lists information on how to get federal jobs, internships, and scholarships. It is a good site to check out if you are interested in working with the federal government someday.

www.fedmoney.org – FedMoney – has endless lists of financial aid programs and resources. You can see exactly how to apply for each scholarship and where to send the information. The information is usually very up-to-date.

www.scholarships.com – If you are a student of color, you will be interested in this website. There is a large section that describes different scholarships for minority students. In addition, they have information on little-known scholarships (Bible, cancer society, agnostic, single mothers). The search feature is very easy to use, as you can search by state, major, grade level, grades, etc.

www.feea.org – Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund – This website is specifically for federal employees and their children or spouses. If someone in your immediate family is a federal employee, you might be eligible for aid from the FEEA fund.