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Estimates student loan payments.
From the US Department of Education comes this site that is designed to help college-bound students have a better sense of how much their education will cost and how much they can expect to pay in student loans.
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Official site for FAFSA – Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. Start by completing the FAFSA, available on the website.
Enables students to search online for available scholarships nationwide and helps to match a student’s needs to scholarships. The site also offers tips for winning scholarships.
Provides an easy-to-follow guide for students applying for federal aid and other types of financial assistance. The site includes information and resources about financial aid, including online calculators to help you figure out how much school will cost and how much you will need to save.
Website for The Dayton Foundation. Check here for more scholarship opportunities.
Starting in 8th grade, students begin preparing for college. The selected students, upon the successful completion of high school and the meeting of the entrance requirements to Sinclair, Wright State, Denison University, Kettering College, and other 4 year university partners, will be awarded scholarships that allow them to attend college at little to no cost to them or their families.