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For Scholarship Providers


For Applicants

      • ScholarUp
        A monthly guide to scholarships, higher education and academic trends to help applicants easily and happily transition to life as a college student.
        A free college scholarship search engine and resource for information about other financial aid opportunities for students.
      • and
        Free information on preparing for and funding post-secondary education, submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and student loan repayment, on behalf of the United States Department of Education.
      • KnowHow2Go
        One component of a multimedia campaign by the American Council on Education, Lumina Foundation and the Ad Council that provides encouragement and action-oriented goals to help middle and high school students achieve their dreams of going to college.
      • Sallie Mae
        Resource for information on private student loans, scholarships, online banking and other sources of financial support for college.
      • Affordable Colleges Foundation
        Provides a comprehensive guidebook, free of charge, to assist students with the financial aid process. The guidebook includes video resources and cover both campus and online programs.
      • Cappex
        Free website aimed at helping students prepare for and make their college decision through research tools, student reviews and advice from experts. Also offers college and scholarship matching.
      • Princeton Review
        Provides test preparation services, guides students of all ages through the college admissions process and reviews schools based on a variety of criteria to create college profiles and ranked lists.
      • FinAid Quick EFC Calculator
        Use this free form to determine an estimate of Expected Family Contribution (EFC), a figure calculated when filing a FAFSA that impacts a student’s financial aid package.
      • Financial Aid Guide to Success
        This guide, available in both English and Spanish, was developed as part of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics to help Hispanic students and their families tackle the college application process.