Narrow Your Results
Search
1-10 of 16 results
Sort by: 
… organizations and individuals … students and families … postsecondary education. While the … audience is high school counselors and college access … • Get Training shares information … More information...
Audience: Individual
Type of Resource: Tools
Tags: College, FAFSA, Postsecondary
Date: 1/23/2014
This FDIC Consumer News article features tips to help students and their families avoid debt overload as they plan for — and pay for — college, graduate school or other education. More information...
Audience: Youth
Date: 4/5/2013
Find information about repaying federal student loans including the new Income Based Repayment Plan, other repayment plans, loan deferments, servicing, consolidation, forgiveness, budgeting, and more. This website also includes on-line calculators to help you determine payment options. More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Calculator Tools Website
Date: 7/15/2012
This website provides information and links for details about education benefits available from the Veterans Administration, Americorps, and other federal agencies. More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Website
Date: 7/15/2012
This special edition of FDIC Consumer News provides simple strategies and practical guidance for borrowing, saving, banking and avoiding Scams for young adults, teens, parents and caregivers. More information...
Audience: Youth
Date: 4/5/2013
This website provides downloadable forms and publications about Ffedereal financial aid. Documents include the College Preparation Checklist, Funding Your Education Beyond High School - The Guide to Federal Student Aid, Ffact Ssheets on financial aid including information for graduate and adult More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Checklist Tools Website
Date: 7/15/2012
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form is the application for federal financial aid for college or career school. Your completed application is used by almost all colleges, universities, and career/trade schools to determine your eligibility forhow much federal aid (grants, More information...
Audience: Individual
Type of Resource: Tools Website
Date: 8/1/2013
This website, which is geared for college students, provides information on financial literacy (education on the management of personal finances) and planning and paying for postsecondary education. Learn about making sound financial decisions regarding the vast array of financial products, More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Website
Date: 3/28/2012
This brochure explains the differences between federal and private education loans, the various kinds of federal loans offered and the dollar amounts available. Included are details on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)—your starting point for obtaining financial assistance for More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Brochure Website
Date: 3/28/2012
Whether you're enrolling in college for the first time or returning to school after a period of time off, you should explore your needs for student aid. Federal student aid from the U.S. Department of Education is the largest source of aid in America, providing over $150 billion in grants, More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Website
Date: 3/28/2012