Local, State, and National Scholarships
A directory of local and State scholarships has been compiled and is regularly maintained by the Guidance Office. A hard copy is available in the Guidance Office, but is also available on this page (below) for download.
Local Scholarships 2016-2017
State Scholarships 2016-2017
National Scholarships 2016-2017
FAFSA on the Web
http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ is an easy-to-use web version of the FREE Application for Federal Student Aid. Virtually ALL colleges and universities - public and private - require the FAFSA as part of their financial aid process.
FAFSA - Personal Identification Number (PIN)
http://www.pin.ed.gov/ is the place for students AND parents to go to request a PIN which allows them to electronically sign the FAFSA application, submit FAFSA applications on the went, or obtain a copy of processed FAFSA information.
Financial Aid - General Information Pages
StudentAid.ed.gov is a good site for learning more about the financial aid process.
http://www.finaid.org/ provides information on financial aid, student loans, commonly asked questions, and scholarship scams. It also includes several scholarship search databases and a financial aid estimator.