For information on National Collegiate Athletic Association requirements for eligibility, click here. NCAA
Click here for information on schools, loans, grants that are available and many other services offered by the government to help the student moving forward. Students.gov
Student Aid on the Web
Click here for information and access to FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) forms. This is required in order to obtain Federal help in funding the costs of college. This site will allow you to fill out and submit the form online. Student Aid on the Web
College Board Student Loan Services
Click here for information on schools, SAT information and private loan services. Student Loan Services
Click here for information on just about everything you need to prepare for college. Search college reviews, test help software, and much more.Princeton Review
Good grades and high test scores still matter — a lot — to many colleges as they award financial aid.
Merit scholarship awards are often based upon some demonstrated talent such as athletic, artistic, or academic. During the 2005-06 academic year, 310 National Association of Independent Schools member schools offered $25.7 million in merit awards with the average award being $3,545.
If you think your child may qualify for a merit award, it is important that you check with the school about the particulars of their merit award program.
Fewer than 5 percent of enrolled students received merit-based financial aid.
While most schools offer need-based aid, some schools also offer special scholarships based on criteria other than economic circumstances. Examples of non-need-based awards are merit scholarships and sibling discounts.
Sibling discounts are a lesser-used option and depend upon the number of children enrolled within the same school. These discounts may not be very large, but be sure to see if the schools you are considering offer such a program. For more information, Click Here