Web Site Feature of the Month- Financial Aid Resources!
January is almost upon us and that brings up something on a lot of minds- financial aid. With every new year, new paperwork must be filled out in order to receive that maximum amount of help. Education is expensive and only becoming more so, and every little bit helps. As a way of helping our customers, we have links to financial aid websites that you might find useful. Just follow these easy steps:
"No more pencils! No more books! No more teachers’ dirty looks!" Many know this rhyme which is often sung by young children at the end of the school year or at the beginning of any break. However, the sentiment is felt by plenty of older students as well. Unfortunately for those who feel this way and are considering college, now is not the time to forget the teachers and the books.
You are finally in high school! How prepared are you for college? Do you need to find grants or other funding options? Have no fear; the Library’s databases can help you out. If you go Financing Your Higher Education on our website, you will find all kinds of information on grants and funding and even how to finance your education.
So, you are past Christmas and starting to receive all kinds lovely W-2’s, 1098’s, 1099’s, etc. You realize that April 15th (17th this year) is just around the corner, but there is a more daunting task looming ahead. The FAFSA form is beckoning for all parents of high school seniors. Perhaps, you feel overwhelmed. I mean what is FAFSA after all?