It’s an on-going challenge for our students to be able to afford college. Here are a some of the best sites out there to help them. Feel free to provide additional suggestions:
I learned about FinAid through an article in the Wall Street Journal. It appears to be one of the most complete, if not the most complete, resource on the web for college financial assistance. It could be accessible to advanced Intermediate English Language Learners with guided assistance from a teacher, but even then it would be difficult. However, it’s such a great resource that I’m still going to add it to this list.
The College Board has a Scholarship Search.
Scholarship Basics and Tips is from The U.S. Department of Education.
Looking for college scholarships? Here’s some advice for Latino students is from NBC News.
Scholly is a relatively new tool to help students find scholarships.
Career One Stop is from The Department of Labor.
Peerlift seems like a fairly accessible site for high school students to explore scholarships and other academically supportive options like internships. They say their mission is to “connect high school students of all backgrounds to a proven selection of exceptional opportunities for college.”
— Tolani Britton (@TolaniBritton) September 21, 2018
Check out ScholarMe.
NEW GUIDE: BUILDING ON-CAMPUS UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT PROGRAMS is from Immigrants Rising.
A scholarship program makes college a reality for undocumented students is from NBC News.
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