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Scholarship & Financial Aid

US Residents & Citizens

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): Fill out this form to determine eligibility for student financial aid, including the Pell Grant, Federal student loans, and federal work-study.


Federal Student Aid Estimator: Provides an early estimate of your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and eligibility for federal student aid before completing the FAFSA.


Federal Student Aid:  Information on types of aid, eligibility and application process, and managing loans.


Hispanic Scholarship Fund: Provides scholarships and support services to exceptional students.

The Gates Scholarship: a highly selective, full scholarship for exceptional, Pell-eligible, minority, high school seniors.


CollegeData: Find scholarships that match the eligibility criteria you enter for GPA, gender, residency, ethnicity/heritage, religion, and area of study.


SallieMae: Loans to finance undergraduate studies.


Cappex Scholarships: A scholarship database.

FastWeb: Personalized scholarship and financial aid search site that compares your background with a database of awards.

International Students

International Aid Finder for Schools Offering Financial Aid


EduPass: Information on loans and scholarships for international students and a list of schools that offer financial aid for international undergraduate students.


International Education Financial Aid (IEFA): This site contains a searchable database of scholarships and awards for international students. Most are restricted to specific universities.


Walton Scholarship (for Central American students).   


International Scholarship and loan search.


International Information on loans and scholarships for international students as well as an international college search.


Organization of American States (OAS): Interest-free loans to students from Latin American and Caribbean countries at accredited universities in the U.S.

US Citizens/Residents & International Students



FinAid: Website that helps families understand the financial aid component of the college process. It includes a scholarship finder to best meet student needs. 

CSS/PROFILE: This is a financial analysis form that colleges and universities use to distribute institutional funds. Personalized scholarship search site that compares your background with a database of awards. 


QuestBridge: Links high-achieving low-income students with educational and scholarship opportunities at leading US colleges and universities.


Chegg: Personalized search site that connects students with scholarships and best-fit colleges.


College Board’s Scholarship Search: Find matches from over 6,000 programs.


UNIGO: Site that helps you find a customized list of free scholarships that match your hobbies, interests and academic background.

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