Helpful Links


This is the Department of Education website with a wealth of information about federal financial aid.


Many non-U.S. citizens qualify for federal student aid. Don’t assume you can’t get aid just because you’re not a citizen.

Electronically submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). All students interested in financial aid for college will need to complete this form.

The U.S. government agency is responsible for tax collection and tax law enforcement. Includes income tax forms, instructions, and agency publications.  
U.S. Department of Education site explaining how to view Federal student loan documents, entrance counseling, and how to sign promissory notes.

Students can access the Government system for their loan and Pell information.

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Scholarship Links

Sallie Mae
Army ROTC:
Wells Fargo:
Gates Millennium Scholars Program:
UNCF (United Negro College Fund):
American Indian Graduate Center Scholars:
Hispanic Scholarship Fund:
Ron Brown Scholar Program:
Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarships:
McDonald's Education Scholarships:
State Farm Insurance Achievement scholarships:
Thurgood Marshall Scholarship
Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation:
Discover Card Tribute Award Scholarship:
Ayn Rand Essay Scholarships:
Harry S. Truman Scholarship:
Tylenol Scholarship:
NIH Undergraduate Program:
Microsoft Scholarship
GE Funds and LULAC Scholarship Program:
Burger King Scholars Program:
Collegiate Investors Competition
Hispanic Scholarship Fund: