"Go Online with the U.S. Department of Education."
Here's a list of Web sites particularly useful to students.
|File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online, also known as FAFSA on the Web. It's fast, free, secure and an easy way for students to apply. Students who apply online will get their application results 7 to 14 days faster than if they mail a paper to FAFSA. Students can print a paper copy of the FAFSA to use as a worksheet. The FAFSA is also available online in Spanish. (See Pin Registration below!)
Tell your friends! This is the official site!
Do NOT visit a ".com" web site. If you go to a ".com" site, you will probably be asked to pay to submit the FAFSA. Remember, the first F in "FAFSA" stands for "free" – so use the official government site to submit your application.
|Pin Registration - where students and parents can request a Personal Identification Number (PIN). The PIN may be used as an electronic signature for FAFSA on the Web, Renewal FAFSA and Corrections on the Web, and to access the National Student Loan Data System.
|South Carolina Student Loan Corporation - South Carolina Student Loan Corporation serves the students, parents, and schools of South Carolina by providing comprehensive loan programs in a professional and friendly manner.
|FinAid is an award-winning site that has grown into the most comprehensive annotated collection of information about student financial aid on the web. Access to FinAid is free for all users and there is no charge to link to the site. FinAid has a stellar reputation in the educational community as the best Web site of its kind. It's comprehensive, it's informative, it's objective--and it's the first stop on the Web for students looking for ways to finance their education.
|Get detailed financial-aid information from the U.S. Dept of Education (www.ed.gov). Click on related information for an electronic Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which lets you apply directly online – www.fafsa.ed.gov Help in completing the FAFSA is located at http://studentaid.ed.gov/students/
A list of school codes needed to complete the FAFSA is available at
|The College Savings Plans Network formed in 1991 as an affiliate to the National Association of State Treasurers. Intended to make higher education more attainable, the Network serves as a clearinghouse for information among existing college savings programs. Additionally, CSPN monitors federal activities and promotes legislation that will positively affect state programs.
|FastWeb is the nation's recognized leader in helping students make the decisions that shape their lives: choosing a college, paying for college and finding jobs during and after college.
| This site contains Funding Your Education, The Student Guide in English and Spanish, and links to other resources.
|College Planning - College Planning Network (CPN) is a Seattle-based, nonprofit organization, assisting people seeking educational opportunities, and serving the Pacific Northwest. CPN's free scholarship search was designed as a gift to CPN by Microsoft.
|Where's the Money for College Going to Come From?
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|The Financial Aid Page of the Cyber Guidance office --- Cyber Guidance - http://www.cyberguidance.net/ -
is a virtual high school guidance office created by the Chairman of Guidance Services at Stanton College Preparatory School located in Duval County, Jacksonville, Florida.