a. FAFSA Link: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/: Free Application for Federal Student Aid
b. ISAC | Illinois Student Assistance Commission
d. www.fastweb.com: Provides access to 1.5 million scholarships.
e. www.isna.net: for students who have considerable community service hours.
f. www.educationconnection.com: provides grants, scholarships, and government loans.
g. www.programadvisor.com: gives $38 million in scholarships and offers career advice, internships, loan awards, and prizes.
h. www.collegeview.com: you can search, compare and get information on different types of scholarships, such as federal, local, categorical, etc… It also provides information to avoid financial scams.
i. www.finaid.org/scholarships/average: good site for students who don’t get all A’s. The scholarships offered do not require high GPA’s but focus on excellence on other areas, such as sports and extracurricular activities.
l. www.rmhc.org: Ronald McDonald House Charities