Finding Money for College

Financial aid applications for the college-bound are due, so now’s the time to start funding your future. Using your library can help you and your student prepare for college. Scour financial aid resources in print and online.  Come into the library to access Foundation Grants to Individuals, an online source for scholarships and grants.

Financial aid seekers, try these print resources:

getting financial aid_Available to check out:
College Board: Getting Financial Aid (8th Ed. 2014)

Peterson’s How to Get Money for College (2014)

Scholarship HandbookScholarship Handbook 2014 (College Board)

Scholarships, Grants, and Prizes (Peterson’s 2014)

 

In library use only:
1001 ways1001 Ways to Pay for College by Gen Tanab

Paying for College without Going Broke – 2014 ed. by Kalman Chany/The Princeton Review

ultimate scholarshiopThe Ultimate Scholarship Book 2013 by Gen and Kelly Tanabe

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