Financial Aid

 MEFA College Financing Handout (given out at Financial Aid Night 2015)


College Best Buys: Kiplingers 100 Best Values in Public Colleges

College Net: Scholarship Search database Mach25

CSS Profile: On-line financial aid form.

Expected Family Contribution: Use the following worksheet to estimate your Expected Family Contribution (EFC). the EFC is used by colleges to estimate how much you can reasonably be expected to pay toward college. Your EFC is subtracted from college costs to estimate your aid eligibility.

FAFSA: Free Application for Federal Student Aid

FastWEB: Free Scholarship Search Program.

Federal Student Aid: Get the facts on financial aid

FinAid.org: A tremendous financial aid web page. A wealth of Information. Includes a scholarship search program designed to assist families in identifying potential scholarship services.

GoCollege.com: All purpose site.

Guaranteed Scholarships and Financial Aid: Money offered by the colleges.

Glossary of Financial Aid Terms: Common sense definitions of the words used by financial aid professionals.

MEFA: a self-financing, not-for-profit state authority is dedicated to keeping college education affordable for families.

OSFA : The Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) is primarily responsible for the administration of all state funded financial aid programs

Raise.me  Earn Micro-Scholarships for the things you are doing already (courses taken, participation in activities, etc.)



School Soup Scholarships: Scholarship search site.

Simple Tuition: Financial Aid Information

Title IV Institution Codes: Use this form to find a school's Title IV Code. These codes are used to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). There are Title IV Codes for 7,549 schools listed in the date base, which is current as of February 10, 1998.