These are links to other websites on the internet that you may find helpful:
The PIN allows you to sign your FAFSA electronically. Even if you do not file online, a PIN is useful because it can be used to access and to correct your processed FAFSA information later. If you are providing parent information on the FAFSA, one of your parents must also sign your application. To sign electronically, your parent should apply for his or her own PIN.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Submit a FAFSA to apply for grants, loans and work-study from the federal government as well as state and school-based financial aid.
Concise and in-depth information site with definitions, helpful links, college search tips and much more. Great reference for ANY grade level!
FastWEB (Financial Aid Search Through the WEB)
The largest and most complete scholarship search on the Internet. It provides access to a searchable database of more than 400,000 private sector scholarships, fellowships, grants and student loans available to students.
The NextStudent Scholarship Search Engine makes college funding even simpler with online access to more that 2.4 million scholarships worth over $3.4 billion.
This website offers a number of links to different scholarship search sites.
Other sites of interest
The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid
Everything from online assistance, calculators, scholarship information and online Federal forms.
Financial Aid Information Page
Welcome to FinAid, the Financial Aid Information Page. This page provides a free, comprehensive, independent and objective guide to student financial aid.
Hope Scholarship and Lifetime Learning Tax Credits
Parent and Student Guide to Federal Tax Benefits for Tuition and Fees.
U.S. Department of Education: Financial Aid
The Department of Education makes available billions of dollars annually in financial aid to enable millions of students to attend college. If you're interested in applying for financial aid or just knowing about the many opportunities available, check out this web site.
Federal Student Aid
This website is your source of information for the U.S. Department of Education personal identification number (PIN).