Paying for College: Scholarships, Grants & Loans
If you have completed your FAFSA but didn't receive enough money to cover your cost of attendance, there are several other resources that you should explore. For example, your school's financial aid office is always a good resource to use - many times they know of specific programs that may be available for your situation. In addition, there are many online resources that you can use to find additional financial aid. Below is a list of several resources that can help you find college scholarships and grants, as well as alternative student loans.
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