College Board Scholarship Handbook, 1998

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College Board, Oct 1, 1997 - Associations, institutions, etc - 650 pages
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The most complete and authoritative guide to college scholarships, now with a CD-ROM

Continuing Its Commitment to providing students and parents with peerless resources for achieving their educational goals, the College Board Scholarship Handbook now includes the award-winning Fund Finder search program on CD-ROM. Using a speedy electronic search engine, students can instantaneously be matched with scholarships, grants, internships, and loans for which they're qualified.

All 2,800 college funding programs are annually surveyed directly to ensure the accuracy, timeliness, and comprehensiveness of more than 700,000 private, federal, and state awards. The book and software include awards for every degree level from undergraduate through masters, doctoral, and first professional. Entries are indexed by category, among them gender, minority status, field of study, and career interest.

In addition, the Handbook offers expert advice on exploring and evaluating financial aid opportunities, how to avoid scholarship scams, and innovative strategies for planning to pay for college -- must have information for all students.

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Eligibility Indexes
Federal and State Programs
Private Unrestricted Programs

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The College Board, a not-for-profit membership association, connects students to college success and opportunity through major programs and services in college admissions, guidance, assessment, financial aid, enrollment, and teaching and learning. Among its best-known programs are the SAT(R), the PSAT/NMSQT(R), and the Advanced Placement Program(R) (AP(R)). Students, parents, educators, and librarians recognize the College Board as a source of expertise on SAT and College-Level Examination Program(R) (CLEP(R)) test preparation, college admissions, and financial aid.

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