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The following are a few Web sites that you may find helpful in the area of financial aid and college planning. Some Web sites, e.g.,, also contain additional links to scholarship search databases, etc.

New Hampshire Links

General guide to financial aid distributed by the NH Charitable Foundation.

General guide to financial aid for NH students and provides access to the Center for College Planning.

Provides information about scholarships available to NH students.

Provides information for students in NH on the many options in working toward a two-year or four-year degree, including easily transferring credits from one college to another.

Teachers for New Hampshire provides financial assistance in the form of a variable-interest rate, forgivable loan, to individuals who make a commitment to teach in NH's public or private schools.


General guide to federal financial aid programs. Also enables you to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid online.te schools.

Ask Joe College is a free Q&A service designed to answer college life, planning, admissions and funding questions from NH high school students and their parents.

General guide to financial aid information for traditional and non-traditional students.

Here you can uncover millions of dollars in scholarships from colleges, universities, private companies, foundations -- and more -- to help pay for school.

Provides links to more than 60 free college scholarship search sites

General guides to financial aid and links to free scholarship search sites

Consumer information to support students in choosing a college.

Consumer guide to general information about New England colleges and tuition reductions for New England residents who study certain majors - not available at public colleges in their home state - at public colleges and universities in other New England states (see Tuition Assistance).

Any single parent enrolled in a degree program with a significant online component is eligible to apply. The applicant must also be receiving some other type of financial aid.

Federal Student Aid - The U.S. Department of Education provides over $60 billion in grants, loans, and work-study for college or career school each year.

Project on Student Loan Debt provides an update on Income Based Repayment for federal student loans and an easy calculator to determine if IBR will lower your monthly payment.


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