Recommended Websites for Scholarships
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- Free Websites to Conduct a Scholarship Search
- Federal Government Websites Used in Applying for Financial Aid Online (federal, state, and institutional aid)
- Informational Financial Aid Federal Government Websites
- Websites that Provide Information on Scholarship Scams
- Websites that Provide More Scholarship and Financial Aid Related Information
- Websites that Provide Scholarship, Grant and Loan Information for International Students
- Informational Financial Aid Michigan Government Website
ScholarshipHunter is a free scholarship search on the Internet. It provides you with other financial related information to help you with your financial aid process.
Financial Aid Information Page-over 180,000 resources, lists the financial aid offices in the country, has calculator to estimate your financial aid eligibility. It provides you with valuable information on scholarship scams.
Fast Web is a free scholarship search on the Internet. It provides you with other financial related information to help you with your financial aid process.
College Board is a free scholarship search on the Internet. It provides you with other financial related information to help you with your financial aid process.
Help applying for scholarships.
Financial aid information (scholarships) for International students.
Sallie Mae Free Scholarship Search.
Financial aid resources and information given by the Michigan Student Financial Aid Administrators Association.
Financial aid resources and information given by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
Federal Government Websites Used in Applying for Financial Aid Online (federal, state, and institutional aid)
Main page of the US Department of Education.
The site is designed to provide information about the FSA PIN which includes "what the PIN is"; "where you can use it" and "PIN Frequently Asked Questions." This allows you and your parent (if necessary) to sign your financial aid application electronically.
The U.S. Department of Education's FAFSA on the Web Site: Students may initiate many actions at this site including: filing a FAFSA or Renewal FAFSA, making Corrections to a FAFSA record, checking Application Status, and requesting a Duplicate Student Aid Report using this online site.
Student and parent financial aid information.
Estimates financial aid eligibility and gives college demographics and statistics
U.S. Government Health and Human Services Web Site that provides grants, loans and scholarship information to students who are studying in the health and human services fields.
Students.gov is a cooperative effort of many federal agencies working together, under the leadership of the U.S. Department of Education. Students.gov is a student gateway to information and services from the United States government. Students.gov brings together all kinds of information and services that students and their families have told us they need.
This website is designed to be a student's one stop for information needed to find a job in the Federal Government. Whether the student is in high school, college, or graduate school, there are a variety of special opportunities for students in the Federal government. Studentjobs.gov gives access to OPM's USAJOBS database of thousands of opportunities, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Selective Service website will give you information necessary for male students to complete the financial aid process.
Information on U.S. Federal Programs, Services, and Resources to Americans (individuals and families) with Disabilities.
Veteran’s Educational Benefits.
Federal financial aid homepage for students.
A student gateway to the U.S. government programs.
Helping students pay for college.
Tax benefits for education.
A US government site that allows future students to evaluate and compare institutions' prices, financial aid, enrollment fees and academic disciplines.
Federal Trade Commission-gives a list of organizations that have been caught in scholarship scams. Also, you can have them check out an organization/individual (for reliability) who may want to perform a scholarship search, which may not be reliable.
This website gives a list of organizations that have been caught in scholarship scams. Also, you can have them check out an organization/individual (for reliability) who may want to perform a scholarship search, which may not be reliable.
Saving for college.
Scholarship information for Hispanic students.
Bill Gates Millennium Scholarship for minorities.
Air Force educational resources.
Army educational resources.
Marines educational resources.
Navy educational resources.
Coast Guard educational resources.
Go to this site and type "International" in the search area.
Canadian Studies Grant Programs (International).
Available International Scholarships.
Information on Michigan student financial aid programs and including a scholarship search.