For comprehensive online information about financial aid, visit the websites FinAid and the College Affordability Guide. These websites provide information on sources of aid, how to find and apply for aid, how to estimate college costs, and how to calculate student loan repayments.
Text “college” or “dinero” to 335577 to sign up with Get Schooled and their College Text Hotline for access to experts who can answer questions on where and how to apply to college, how to navigate the financial aid process, and how to pay for college.
High school students and their families can access to a virtual guidance counselor at the California College Gold Rush website, with step-by-step instructions for the financial aid application process, comparing college costs, and creating a smart college financial plan.
Want to know how the colleges determine your financial need eligibility? Check the Expected Family Contribution calculator.
Younger students can find early financial planning and information on the best ways to save for college at the Scholar Share website.
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