FOR GETTING SCHOLARSHIPS/FINANCIAL AID
following listings contain additional resources for getting scholarships.
Many are books that are available in a school or public library,
or in your school's guidance office. Many are online resources.
Where available, an internet link has been provided.
The A's and
B's - Your Guide to Academic Scholarships. Robert and Anna Leider,
Octameron Associates, Alexandria, VA
for Financial Aid, A Guide for Students and Parents. American College Testing Program, Education
Services Division, P. O. Box 168, Iowa, City, IA 52240. (free)
Handbook of American College Financial Aid. Proia and Di Gaspari,
Barron's Educational Series, 113 Crossways Park Drive, Woodbury,
Student Aid Annual. Chronicle
Guidance Publications, Inc. Moravia, NY 13118.
Board College Cost and Financial Aid Handbook 2001 The College
Board, 45 Columbus Avenue, New York, NY 10023
of Education (U.S.)
of Financial Aid for Minorities. Reference Service Press.
Computer Software from ACT.
Out. Robert Leider, Octameron
Associates, P.O. Box 3437, Alexandria VA 22302
software from The College Board.
WEB: Financial Aid Search through the Web
Aid for Higher Education. Oreon Kesslar, William C. Brown Company,
Dubuque, Iowa 52001
Fianancial Aid Programs. Student Consumer's Guide, US Government
Printing Office, Cat. No. 564-389-052 (free)
for College. Laurie Blum.
Financial Aid Book, Insider's Guide to State and Federal Government
Grants and Loans.
How the Military
Will Help You Pay for College: The High School Student's Guide
to ROTC, The Academies, and Special Programs. Peterson's
Need A Lift?
College Financial Aid Handbook. American Legion, Dept. S, P.O.
Box 1055, Indianapolis, IN 46206 (free)
Paying Less for College Peterson's Guides, Inc.
College Money Handbook Peterson's Guides, Princeton, NJ 08450
for College - the High School Student's Guide to Scholarship Contests.