FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)Most students rely on financial aid to make attending college a reality. Put your hands on some cash by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).Federal Student Aid Resources: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/resources#find-aid-info
Online video links to guide you through the FAFSA:
Sign up for the free Federal Student Aid Channel on YouTube. You will find video links that will help you through the process. Titles include Preparing for College, Types of Aid, Who gets Aid, Applying for FAFSA. http://www.youtube.com/user/federalstudentaid.
NEW SCHOLARSHIPS IN 2017
- Scholarship for students pursuing a career in the aerospace industry through the O.J. Harper Engineering Scholarship
- Scholarship aimed directly at new teachers within the Renton School District, who wish to continue their education through the Renton Schools Educators Scholarship.
- Allied Arts of Renton will award a scholarship to a student within the Renton School District (ages 12-19) who is passionate about pursuing training in a visual or performing art. Money can be used for classes, arts camps, or college. This is a separate application form.
This scholarship is available to all male students who are incoming Freshman at the University of Washington, not just those who are interested in joining a fraternity. This year, UW Theta Xi is offering three scholarships of $500 each to male students who demonstrate academic achievement and who are also involved in high school and/or community activities.
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