For Scholarship Providers
- National College Access Network (NCAN)
Membership organization aimed at improving college access for all students by uniting and empowering communities, educators and other organizations promoting higher education.
- National Scholarship Providers Association (NSPA)
National organization committed to supporting the needs and interests of individuals and organizations administering scholarship and grant programs.
- Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Publication 970 details the available individual and business tax benefits related to education, including scholarships, grants and fellowships.
- Scholarship Fraud Prevention Act of 2000
Legislation to enhance the protections against fraud relating to financial assistance for college.
- Affirmative Action
Learn how affirmative action legislation impacts financial aid policies.
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.
- Studentaid.ed.gov and College.gov
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.
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.
- 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.