Paying For College
College is can be expensive. Luckily, there is financial aid available to help pay for some or all of your post-secondary education.
Federal Financial Aid
Other Methods of Receiving Aid
Financial Aid and the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA)
To be eligible for any school sponsored aid schools MUST have a FAFSA form from you.
Types of Aid
Steps needed to complete FAFSA
Worried about not being eligible for financial aid?
The Universities have school- sponsored scholarships for students
who have a 3.5 or better GPA and often ACT score requirements.
To qualify, students must have filed an admission application
and have been accepted to the school.
Other scholarships are based on a minimum GPA and sometimes ACT scores.
Some career specific scholarships have lower minimum standards.
If a scholarship opportunity requires an “Official Transcript” the complete application should be given to Mrs. Sourge – 10 days before the posted deadline!
Resources for scholarships:
Best Sources: Local and County funders.