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FINANCIAL AID INTERNET SOURCES
Note:  The 2010 FAFSA will not be available for order in bulk; therefore, the federal government will not be shipping these forms to the schools this year.  Students who need paper copies can request up to 3 copies and should call:  1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243).  The Office of Federal Student Aid highly encourages ALL students to submit the FAFSA online.
 
 
Mr. Clint Young, Northern Virginia Community College was a guest speaker at PFHS
 on December 2, 2009.
Mr. Young went over the financial aid process in general and some of the specifics in filling out the 2010-2011 FAFSA form (which will be available in January).
If you were unable to attend, here is a link to his powerpoint presentation.
 
 
The New College Preparation Checklist
 
A Great Site for VA Students Planning for College
 
Virginia Department of Education 
 
FastWeb Scholarship Search
 
FAFSA
 
PIN number: 
 
2010-11 Federal Student Aid at a Glance
 
2010-11 Funding Education Beyond High School
 
2010-11 FAFSA on the Web Worksheet
 
2010-11 Completing the FAFSA
(detailed instructions for every FAFSA question)
 
Federal Direct Loans
 
Resources by State 
 
Federal Student Aid
 
FinAid 
 
Mapping Your Future
 
College Cost Projector
 
Loan Calculators
 
EFC Calculator 
 
Student Loans:
 
Video Clip Explainations of Common Financial Aid Terms
 
FREE MONEY FOR STUDENTS THAT WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND A VIRGINIA PRIVATE COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY!! 
The Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant (TAG) is not based on need or merit.  It's free money that doesn't need to be paid back.   This money is available to Virginia residents who will be attending a Virginia Private College full-time.  You do not need to file a financial statement to be eligbile for this money!  For more information on the award amount, appication deadline, and eligibility requirements, please visit www.virginiaprivatecolleges.org.
 
Revised 12/01/09