How To Get Money for College - 2011: Financing Your Future Beyond Federal Aid; Millions of Awards Worth Billions of Dollars

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Peterson's, Aug 31, 2010 - Reference - 816 pages
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How to Get Money for College is a great resource for anyone looking to supplement his or her federal financial aid package with aid from colleges and universities. This comprehensive directory points you to complete and accurate information on need-based and non-need gift aid, loans, work-study, athletic awards, and more. The unique and easy-to-use Colleges-at-a-Glance comparison chart lists the full costs that can be expected, aid packages, and more for each of more than 2,100 four-year colleges and universities, organized by state.

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  1. Profiles of more than 2,100 schools' financial aid awards, including types of aid, percentages of students applying for and receiving aid, and average aid packages
  2. Unique Colleges-at-a-Glance Cost Chart for easy comparison of costs, aid packages, graduates' average indebtedness, and more-found in no other guides
  3. Comprehensive overview of the financial aid process, common financial aid questions, samples of financial aid award letters, and how to file the FAFSA and CSS/Financial Aid PROFILEŽ
  4. State-by-state listing of state-funded scholarship and grant programs
  5. Indexes include Non-Need Scholarships for Undergraduates, Athletic Grants for Undergraduates, Co-op Programs, ROTC Programs, Tuitions Waivers, and Tuition Payment Plans

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Foreword is by Sandra Reed, Former Dean of Graduate Studies at Savannah College of Art and Design. Reed grew up in Iowa. She received a full scholarship to attend Drake University, where she received her B.F.A. in painting and drawing. She earned the M.F.A. in painting from The George Washington University as the first Morris Louis Fellow in Painting. She taught at academic institution's Resident Associate Program, prior to moving to Savannah in 1993 to teach at the Savannah College Art and Design. She lives with her husband, John Spurlock, a painter and printmaker, in Savannah, Georgia.

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