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Students and Parents

Financial Aid Information

With the cost for a four year education at a private university averaging $160,000, this is hardly the time to reduce the government's role in providing access to higher education. More than ever, we need to find solutions to make student loan debt more manageable and make college education more affordable. Click here for information on access to financial aid and other resources.

The following information is for students, parents and teachers.

General Kids Resources | Kindergarten–5th Grade | 6th–12th Grade | College | Parents and Teachers

General Kids Resources

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Kindergarten–5th Grade

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6th–12th Grade

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College

  • Prepare for CollegeStart by defining your goals and interests, understanding college costs, and planning financially and academically.

  • Types of Aid — View information about the types of aid available from the federal government and other sources: grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study programs, and learn how to lower your costs when you go to college.

  • Who Gets Aid — Find out who gets aid, how to stay eligible, and how to get eligibility back if you’ve lost it.

  • Apply for Aid — Learn how to submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®), how aid is calculated, and how you’ll get your aid.

  • Repay Your Loans — Choose a repayment plan, pay on time, avoid default, and get help with problems.

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Parents and Educators 

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