The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is an online form you fill out that allows your college to check your eligibility for Federal, State, and Institutional Financial Aid.
Federal Student Aid
The U.S. Department of Education provides grants, loans, and work-study opportunities to eligible students attending participating colleges or career schools. The Department is the source of nearly 70 percent of all student aid awarded in the U.S. each year. The vast majority of the Department's aid is not based on academic merit.
This website allows you to create a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to act as your electronic signature on the FAFSA. It also allows you to maintain your PIN should you need to request a duplicate, disable, reestablish, or update your information.
Take Entrance counseling, exit counseling, learn more about Federal Loans, or log in to view your account information.
Fast Web is a Scholarship database search. This website will search over 1.3 million scholarships to find the ones that match your needs based on a profile that you fill out.
The FinAid website offers information, advice, and tools to help you through the Financial Aid process.
The Massachusetts Office of Student Financial Assistance website gives information on Massachusetts State grants, scholarships and tuition waivers.
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