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Options: A Resource on Financial Aid for Students with
about federal financial aid programs, state vocational
rehabilitation agencies, and organizations that offer
disability-related grants and scholarships.
for Individuals: The Disabled.
Comprehensive resource of Web sites and organizations
providing assistance to the disabled student.
Aid for the Disabled & Their Families, 2012-2014
by Gail Ann Schlachter, R. and David Weber. Details awards, grants, scholarships, fellowships,
loans, and internships especially for the disabled.
Includes developmental disabilities, hearing impairments,
learning disabilities, multiple disabilities, and visual
impairments. References state offices and agencies for
the disabled as well as 75 additional directories for
help finding financial aid.
(Description from the 2008 edition.)
Discipline & Major Specific
Aid for Nursing & Healthcare Management.
Scholarships, grants and loan information for the health
Financial Aid for
Engineering, Information Technology and the Sciences.
Awards for undergraduate and graduates pursuing careers
in the sciences.
NSF Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
The National Science Foundation (NSF) Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics program assists low-income, academically talented students with financial need who are seeking undergraduate or graduate degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
SMART: Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation. Awards full scholarships to undergradute and graduate students enrolled in a full-time accredited program leading to a degree in these specified fields
in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines.
Financial Aid for
Students and Teachers.
Fellowship and grant opportunities.
Loan Consolidation: Is It Right for You?
Learn the benefits and pitfalls.
After you consolidate, what are your options?
Back Your Student Loan.
Department of Education information on loan forgiveness,
consolidation, default, and an SFA Ombudsman that assists
borrowers in resolving problems. (The FinAid site also
has information on loan
forgiveness programs, as does Mapping Your Future's
feature on loan
Higher Education Tax Credits
Federal Tax Benefits
Help You Pay for College.
As the deadline draws near, students should carefully
review deductions. See also Tax
Savings for Higher Education.
Institute of International
Sponsored programs for international students.
Loans for U.S. students enrolled at international universities
as well as international students enrolled at U.S. institutions.
See also Bestselling
Books and Guides.