FINANCIAL RESOURCES

• Using the financial information you enter, the NET Price Calculator estimates the amount of money your family would be expected to contribute
• Evaluates your eligibility for financial aid at specific colleges by matching your financial and personal characteristics to the criteria the schools used to distribute financial aid
• Provides understanding to what a specific college is likely to cost; allowing for a better comparison of your out-of-pocket expenses
College Board: Savings Tools
• More than ten different tools and calculators to help organize your college payment plan and help you learn how to find the best savings
FAFSA4caster
• Gives you an understanding of the different options you have to pay for college
• Will need to provide basic information so the forecaster can estimate your eligibility for federal student aid
FastWeb
• Leading online resource to help you find scholarships right for you
FinAid: Calculators
• Figure out how much school will cost
• How much you need to save and how much aid you will need
GI Bill Calculator
• Calculate your benefits
• Provides an estimation of what it will cost you to attend each college after your benefits are considered
Money Geek
• If you are a woman seeking for ways to fund your education, you will probably find plenty of choices here when looking for scholarships
Wells Fargo Veterans Emergency Grant Program
• Emergency grants are available on an ongoing basis for eligible veterans who are enrolled in postsecondary education and experience unexpected financial difficulties that might cause them to drop out of school. Grants will be available for a one-time distribution up to $1,000 based on the cost of the emergency need, such as rent, utilities, daycare and medical expenses. There is no application deadline, but grants will be awarded on an ongoing basis until funds are exhausted
Wells Fargo Veterans Scholarship Program
• Applications for the scholarship program are being accepted today through February 29, 2016. Awards will be made to honorably discharged veterans or spouses of disabled veterans who are high school or GED graduates. Renewable scholarships for up to $10,000 per year will be granted, determined by financial need and consideration of academic performance, work experience, leadership and community service, and challenges to completing a post-secondary program.