Apply for financial aid for college or graduate school here.
The College Board's financial aid application that 187 schools use for undergraduate admissions. Click on the link to Check Participating Schools and then Learn How to Apply.
This calculator generates your Expected Family Contribution based on the federal methodology that is linked to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid Form (FASFA) and an EFC using the institutional methodology linked to the CSS Profile.
The true cost after all scholarships and grants are factored into the mix. Search by school.
This shows the average net price based on income range. Search for the school in the Name of School box and click on Show Results. Click on the school and then click on Net Price section.
Click on any state on the map to be directed to higher ed site with grant and scholarship info.
Use this site to understand what other students are getting at a specific school who have similar financial circumstances and academic profiles.
Use this site to understand what kind of need and merit based aid a school offers as well as understand what the average amounts are. Click on the Financials tab once you've selected a school to learn more about their aid statistics.
This is a helpful site to better understand the statistics on athletic scholarships. Click on the sport and you will be taken to a page that outlines the odds of playing it in college along with the number of programs in that division and the average scholarship amount.
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