COLLEGE APPLICATION FEE WAIVERS
NACAC Fee Waiver - Students who have limited financial resources and are traditional high school students applying to postsecondary colleges or universities in the fall immediately following high school graduation may use this form when applying for college.
College Board Fee Waiver Search - Use this tool to search for colleges that accept application fee waivers, and get ready to apply.
SCHOLARSHIPS, COLLEGE GUIDANCE & MORE
Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund - APIASF is the nation's largest organization that provides scholarships to Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.
AVID – AVID stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination and is a 4th-12th grade system to prepare students in the academic middle for four-year college eligibility.
Center for Student Opportunity - Empowering underserved, first-generation college students to and through college by providing guidance and scholarships.
Central Scholarship Bureau - CSB helps students realize their academic and professional goals through interest-free loans and grant. (MD)
College Board – One of the best resources on the web for applying to and researching colleges.
Collegeology Games - Created by USC researchers, the games allow students to learn and experiment with strategies and choices they will face during the college application process.
EduGuide - Provides publications, programs, and online tools families need to take the steps that predict academic success.
FinAid! – The most comprehensive web resource for financial aid
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) – Find money for college from the government here!
Get Schooled - A non-profit focused on engaging and empowering young people to take control of their own education.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund - Scholarship opportunities for deserving Latino students and educational programming to help students and their families.
Know How 2 Go - Encourages 8th through 10th graders to prepare for college using four simple steps.
Marathon Education Partners - Provides encouragement, guidance, and a higher education scholarship opportunity to children with financial need.
Mytonomy - A social network & video site designed to give students advice on how to succeed in high school, picking the right college, mastering the college application process, and much, much more.
Unigo – A website where high school students can find out what life is really like at colleges by reading student reviews, watching videos, and browsing articles from college students across the country.
United Negro College Fund - UNCF awards more than 10,000 scholarships that support students at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels.