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College Board Online

College Board Online is a new service bringing the educational and information resources of the College Board into homes and schools around the world via the World Wide Web. Here students and parents will find a broad menu of information to aid in the transition from school to college. College Board Financial Aid Services help you explore information about financing your education, and understand college costs, financial aid and borrowing for education. Educators will find a wide array of up-to-date information about familiar College Board tests, programs, and services.

Student Financial Aid Information

The Department of Education makes available billions of dollars annually in financial aid to enable millions of students to attend college. If you're interested in applying for financial aid or just knowing about the many opportunities available, check out the Office of Postsecondary Education or Think College web sites.

Financial Aid Information Page

The Financial Aid Information Page provides students, parents and educational staff links to sources of information about student financial aid, scholarships, and grants. This is one of the best collections of free student financial aid information on the World Wide Web. The Financial Aid Information Page provides a comprehensive, objective, and unbiased collection of annotated links to most financial aid resources on the Internet. It is maintained as a service to students and universities by Mark Kantrowitz on the Web Server at Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science.


An opportunity for students 12 through 18 years old to learn about the Internet; to work with other students, and create exciting tools and materials that will help educate other students in "the Internet style." Students will collaborate over the Internet, and create the tools and materials which will form Web pages that are the main part of an Entry. Students interested in forming or joining a Team can find contest information on the ThinkQuest server.

The Scholarship Resource Network

The Scholarship Resource Network is a database of college financial aid and scholarship information as well as student loan forgiveness programs with a focus on portable scholarship information. SRN offers programs for eligible students for their undergraduate studies through their postgraduate work. SRN Express provides free web access to the SRN database. The SRN database lists mostly portable, private-sector, non-need-based aid. A few awards (less than 20%) list financial need as a criterion. The database does not list institutional awards. The database contains more than 7,000 portable awards offered by more than 1,500 organizations worth a total of more than $23 million. New, verified scholarship information is being added to the SRN database continuously.

Financial Aid Search Through the WEB

Financial Aid Search Through the WEB is a searchable database of more than 180,000 private sector scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans. General information is available concerning Federal Student Aid. FastWEB is available free through the World-Wide Web, courtesy of the Financial Aid Information page and Student Services, Inc. A feature is also available allowing students to use FastWEB to generate form letters for requesting applications and further information about the programs. Students can print this letter directly from their Web browser.

The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review is a leading provider of test preparation materials. They provide materials for a variety of standardized tests, including the SAT and ACT, through courses, books, computer software, audio tapes, and videos. Information is available to help students get ready for college and graduate school: including; Student Advocacy, Internships, Student Admissions information, and online college and university application generator.

Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid

Students applying for federal student aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). In addition many individual institutions utilize the FAFSA for determining allocation of local Financial Aid. FAFSA Express is now available, which provides paper-less on-line submission of the FAFSA application and information form.


The information and links provided as a part of MUSD-Net are solely provided to help locate information on the Internet, and does not in any manner constitute a recommendation of the institution or services.