Do you need to secure financial aid? First step: Make sure you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. Upcoming webinars will help you understand the process and get started.
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There are many reasons for students to consider a transfer pathway to a four-year degree. Starting your higher education journey at a community college is a great option for students who want to save money, earn general course credits, explore different majors and adjust to college coursework.
If you think you can’t afford to go to college, think again! Financial aid has helped millions of students pay for their education beyond high school. In fact, just last year, and estimated 13 million students received $150 billion in aid.
You’re the expert when it comes to helping students prepare for college and career, so think of us as a resource to empower you. On this section, you can access printed and online resources for providing information to your students about starting and successfully completing a postsecondary educa
Grants are a large source of financial aid, one that doesn't need to be repaid. Often considered need-based aid, grants are like gifts that are awarded to students with the fewest financial resources. This need is determined when you fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Scholarships are one of two forms of financial aid that do not need to be repaid. They are awarded based on a student's academic or athletic achievement, demographic, cultural or religious background, or special skills and talents.