• Scholarship/Financial Aid  Resources

     

     

     
    An FSA ID is a username and password that you must use to log in to certain U.S. Department of Education (ED) websites. Your FSA ID identifies you as someone who has the right to access your own personal information on ED websites such as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) at fafsa.gov.
     
     
     
    Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) has evolved into one of the nation's leading student aid organizations. Today, PHEAA is a national provider of student financial aid services, serving millions of students and thousands of schools through its loan guaranty, loan servicing, financial aid processing, outreach, and other student aid programs. 
     
    A detailed PDF of instructions to help fill out the FAFSA form. 
     

     

    www.bestcollegedeals.com

    Visit bestcollegedeals.com, to take a look Best College Deals for information on tuition costs, financial aid, and strategies to find the "Best of the Best" deals. With Best College Deals, your parents can see how much money they'll be expected to pay and how much aid your prospective schools will provide your first year and for the years 2-4. It's an invaluable tool for the college planning process.

     

     

    fastweb.com

    Financial info and scholarship search. This is one of the most thorough sites for financial aid info.

     

    www.gocollege.com

    An informative website that is easy to read and offers a lot of information and valuable links for students/parents.

     
     
    It is our fervent hope that through the information we provide here prospective students will be able to make informed decisions about which college to attend and avoid being saddled with student loans and worthless degrees from “diploma mills.” 
     
     
    Our staff spends countless hours searching both online and offline sources to find new and exciting scholarships for students to apply for. Our database is considered the largest and most comprehensive source for finding scholarships online and is 100% free for students.
     
     
     
     
     
     The Horatio Alger Association is now accepting student applications for its career and technical scholarships until June 15. This year, the association will award 1,020 new CTE scholars to pursue their academic programs at community colleges and nonprofit institutions with a maximum award amount of $2,500 depending on the length of program and need of the student. Check the website for criteria. 
     
    American Muscle: 4 x $2000 scholarships to students pursuing an automotive themed major (mechanical engineering, robotics etc.) Two scholarships will be awarded every spring semester, followed by two additional scholarships to be awarded for the fall semester each year. 
     
     
    American Trucks: 4 x $2000 scholarships to students (including high school seniors) pursuing a career in the traditional building trades such as HVAC, Carpentry, Electrical, or related fields of study. Two scholarships will be awarded every spring semester, followed by two additional scholarships to be awarded for the fall semester each year.