But don’t stop there.
We encourage students and families to seek other financial assistance and scholarship opportunities that may be available through federal student aid programs (such as submitting FAFSA) and public and private sources, including their local businesses and community organizations. Here are some additional resources to help in your search for other scholarships. You may select based on employer, freshman or transfer status, undergraduate or graduate status, or miscellaneous funding.
Our office also encourages students to reach out to their community organizations. Small businesses, religious organizations, city clubs, and a variety of other sources may have small scholarship opportunities and every penny counts! Additionally, consider using a scholarship search engine such as CollegeBoard or Fastweb to seek out national opportunities.
Please remember: you should never have to pay to complete FAFSA or apply for a scholarship!