FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIP WEBSITES
College Answer, sponsored by Sallie Mae, offers a wealth of information regarding scholarships, grants, federal and private loans to pay for college.
The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity.
The College Foundation of West Virginia (CFWV) offers this free website to help students and parents explore financial aid toward any state school.
College Scholarships is a free online search engine that helps students locate scholarships by local, state and national criteria.
Fastweb offers a multitude of online resources for students and parents to explore regarding how they can locate the best college and to pay for school!
FINAID, The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid, is the most comprehensive free resource for objective and unbiased information, advice and tools.
Are you the first in your family to attend college? This website is loaded with great information on how to pay for college and be successful!
Peterson's website offers information regarding millions of dollars for students in scholarships, grants, fellowships, prizes and forgiveable loans.
Raise.me is a unique website offering students the chance to earn "micro-scholarships" for select colleges and universities starting in 9th grade based on their grades, clubs and other activities.
With Scholaroo, students can search for scholarships for free and then receive alerts when a scholarship application is due.
Scholarships.com is a free website that gives you the chance to search for ways to pay for college.
Scholarships Online is yet another website offering you the ability to search for college scholarships based on career/major category and application deadline.
Unigo provides information regarding merit-based scholarships, athletic scholarships, company-sponsored scholarships and minority scholarships.
MoneyGeek, The ultimate guide to FASFA: 10 steps to a successful student loan application.
Affordable Colleges As high school students prepare for college, it’s important that they explore all their possible financial aid options. Affordable Colleges recently added a resource that provides insight on various methods that students can use to pay for college.