Scholarship Resources

If you find that one of these websites is not working or have a useful site to share, please email Ann Chowns. Provides a college advisor for high school students and their parents to help with researching higher education opportunities and filing the FAFSA Scholarships for high school students who are of American Indian descent

Scholarships for high school students who are either Puerto Rican or Latino descent

Scholarships for high School students that are African American, Hispanic American, or Native American interested in business and technology Scholarships for high school students who are African American Scholarships for high school students who are minorities and are interested in engineering, technology, and math based careers Scholarships for high school students that are African American and economically disadvantaged Scholarships for high school students that plan to go to historically black colleges and universities How college funding works, the types of scholarships available, how to find them and how to apply for them. Most comprehensive site with college, career, ACT test information, and Discover career exploration A most comprehensive scholarship list for Black students, a college help package, a reference guide to 143 historically black colleges, and a medical school help package The College Board resource for colleges, careers, financial aid/loan information, and SAT question of the day College search, college essay help, extensive information on financial aid and scholarships, FAFSA, virtual college tours, and more Private college search, colleges also can search for you, financial aid, can enter personal information to get feedback in several categories U.S. Department of Education - click on "College Financial target="_blank" Aid;" The Student Guide, Funding Your Education, and Looking for Student Aid Financial aid and loan information and tips on applying to college CollegeEdge serves everyone involved in the transition to higher education college application essay writing advice site on the Internet plus a free application essay help course and over 100 successful essays to see as examples FAFSA on the Web (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) One of the Internet's largest free scholarship searches Student Guide to Financial Aid - one of the most complete financial aid sites on the Internet Provides minority professionals with comprehensive job seeking and career management tools Parent and student info;college admissions; on-line college fairs throughout the year College search, the common application, questions and answers about college admissions and financial aid, and financial aid information The National Junior College Athletic Association information on scholarships and academic eligibility requirements Understanding financial aid and loans, scholarship search State Council of higher Education for Virginia (Spanish language) The U.S. Department of Education site has information about federal aid programs, and includes recommendations and tips for parents and students on how to pay for college National/international college database, scholarships and grants, FAFSA information and application This site, operated by Sallie Mae, the educational loan lender, is another good place to start. essential tools for college planning, selection, application, and financial aid processes Air Force website Navy website Marine website Army website Coast Guard website Virginia Department of Education