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College Prep - Financial Aid
This section provides students and parents with resources to plan and prepare for college expenses, for example: tips on applying for scholarships, understanding the financial aid process, budgeting and personal finance, and college savings plans.
 
 
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy is a free program created by certified public accountants to help Americans understand their personal finances. The website provides information on education planning, college saving programs, and college finance options.
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This website provides financial strategies for saving and paying for college. Visitors to the site have access to relevant interviews, news articles, and search engines so they can make smart decisions to make higher education affordable.
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Big Future
Big Future is a program that is sponsored by College Board and is dedicated to providing students with information on how they can afford college. Big Future helps students research different schools, calculate net costs, and provides resources on understanding financial aid programs.
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Cappex
Cappex provides specialized searches tailored to the student who is looking for aid, after they register there are plenty of scholarships to choose from and many provide easy application.
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Cash Course
Cash Course is a website committed to increasing financial literacy among college students and recent graduates. Cash Course offers information on financial planning and navigating student loans.
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The Center for College Affordability and Productivity
The Center for College Affordability and Productivity (CCAP) researches the rising costs and stagnant efficiency in high education. CCAP disseminates information on student financial aid policy, causes of higher education inefficiency, productivity of faculty, and for-profit high education in an effort to improve accessibility and quality.
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CollegeBoard
CollegeBoard provides resources for professionals, teachers, and counselors to help provide students and parents aid in their financial journey to college. 
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CollegeScholarships.com
Students and parents can find scholarships by major, resources, and connections with colleges about their student aid information. 
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CollegeNET
Here students can search for specific scholarships as well as get information they need to find other scholarships that may apply to them.
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College Prowler
College Prowler is a college search engine that has created insider college guides that are written by actual students on campus. The site has more than seven hundred thousand student reviews that cover over seven thousand schools. In addition the website has a data base for over 3.2 million scholarships.
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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Provided by the US Government, provides tools and resources to help students make the best decisions for their college education finances. 
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Credit Card Insider
Credit Card Insider provides information to anyone about how to manage their finances and credit. It also provides a vast amount of information for students on loans, credit, and other expenses they have to deal with. There is a blog that is constantly updated with the all current trends and information that anyone needs to deal with financials.
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Debt.org
Student loans fund education for many college students and Debt.org provides information about how to deal with debt after you graduate college. They help to teach students how to control and deal with their debt.

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ECMC Foundation
The ECMC Foundation works with low income, first-generation college bound student on how to plan for college, succeed academically and pursue their academic dreams. The foundation provides students with resources to polish college applications, simplify the financial aid process, and understand financial obligations.
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Fast web
Fastweb is a premier online resource that has already helped students find three billion dollars worth in scholarships. Additionally, the site provides great information on colleges, financial aid, and career planning.
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FASFA4caster
The FASFA4caster helps students understand FASFA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and the options to pay for college. This engine creates personalized estimations for federal student aid and other student savings that can be applied towards college education.
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FedMoney
FedMoney is an online resource for all US government grants and financial aid programs that offers up to date information about who can apply, how to apply, and contact information. The website provides a list of over two hundred and forty government loans that benefit students pursuing higher education.
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Federal Student Aid
Federal Student Aid is an office of the US Department of Education and is the largest provider of student financial aid in America. The office offers more than one hundred and fifty billion dollars to assist students pay for higher education. The website provides information on federal student aid programs and explains the process for applying and receiving aid.
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Federal Student Aid Primer
This article describes the different type of financial aid offered privately and through the government as well as how to begin the search for college funds. 
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FinAid
FinAid is a comprehensive website that offers financial aid information, advice on scholarships and applications, and advice on navigating student loans. FinAid also provides objective information for parents and caregivers on how to save for a child's college education.
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Higher Education Services Corporation
The High School Counselors section contains tools and support. Help students choose the right college and receive maximum financial aid through the comprehensive resources.
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I Can Afford College
I Can Afford College is a website sponsored by the California Community Colleges to increase awareness about financial aid opportunities at community colleges. The program provides students with information regarding various aid programs, terms of eligibility, and how to begin college applications.
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Learn how to prepare high school students for life after graduation and direct students and parents to career, college, and financial aid information in your state.
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myCollegeOptions
Students can search from a list of over 60,000 scholarships and can fill out a questionnaire that helps match them to the best scholarships to apply for.  
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National Association for College Admission Counseling
NACAC provides information for students, parents, and administrators about loans, scholarships, and any other higher education needs they may have.
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The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators works to increase student access to postsecondary education, provides professional development of financial aid administrators, and advocates for public policy initiatives that improve student financial assistance.
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National Merit Scholarship Corporation
NMSC is a nonprofit organization that provides support for honor students around the United States in paying for college and throughout their education.
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NICHE
NICHE provides an abundance of college scholarships that students can apply for to lessen the burden of student loans. Students can be personally matched to scholarships or they can browse the extensive database and find scholarships they find interesting. 
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Savingforcollege.com
Savingforcollege.com provides numerous resources for students and parents to determine college costs and how to save, borrow, and earn money to be successful during and after college.
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Scholarships
Scholarships.com is one of the most trusted free college scholarship and financial aid search engines. This resource allows students to search more than 2.7 million college scholarships worth more than nineteen billion dollars.
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ScholarshipExperts.com
Students can register for an account and ScholarshipExperts.com will help link them to scholarships and other “free money” resources in order to help pay for college.
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simpletuition
Here parents and students can find all of the answers to their financial aid questions about loans, scholarships, and how to pay for college.
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STUDENTLOAN.com
Here students and parents can find information and resources about how to make informed decisions about how to pay for college and prepare for the future.
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StudentLoans.gov
This government supported website provides counseling, tools, resources, and how to manage repayment of students loans. There is also plenty of information about which loans to use and what they will mean for the future of students.
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Student Aid Alliance
Student Aid Alliance is an advocacy organization that supports federal student aid so students can pursue high education without excessive debt. The website provides information on policy, advocacy, and the importance of current federal aid programs.
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SuperCollege.com
SuperCollege.com provides information about how to get into and pay for college, there are plenty of resources on scholarships, grants, and contests that students can apply for.
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U.S. Department of Education
Here, students and parents can find information about financial aid by state as well as advice on getting and repaying college loans.
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U.S. News & World Report Education
Here students, parents, and administrators can find the latest news on financial aid and paying for college.
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Zinch
Students can help pay for their education with the $1 billion in free scholarships from Zinch, they can begin their specialized search for money with plenty of different options to choose from.
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