Money Management Tools
The websites linked below offer valuable tools for managing the financial side of your college education. From applying for federal aid, to finding scholarships, to saving on your taxes and more. We update these links regularly, so check back often.
FAFSA On The Web
The FAFSA is the first step in the financial aid process.
Logging in to FAFSA
A username and password is needed in order to apply and sign your FAFSA. You can also make corrections to your application information and more by logging-in with your username and password.
FAFSA4caster provides early estimates of eligibility for financial aid.
Financial Aid Glossary Of Terms
Confused by the language of financial aid? Check out this site to find out everything you need to know.
NSLDS Student Access
The National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) website allows you to view your previous loans.
Education Tax Incentives
The tax code provides a variety of tax incentives for families who are already paying for college or are repaying student loans. You may claim a Lifetime Learning Credit for the qualified tuition and related expenses of the student in your family or deduct interest you pay on a qualified student loan.
US Department of Education
Teach Grant Program
American Indian College Fund
Occupational Outlook Handbook
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