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Need Based Financial Aid

Need Based Financial Aid

You need a FSA ID number( or pin number) to file your FAFSA. You can get one for the parent and one for the student by clicking here

Ready to fill out your FAFSA form? Start here

Does your college require you to fill out a CSS profile form as well? Find out by checking the list here

Are you interested in comparing your financial aid offer with other students? There might be a fee involved, but check here!

Would you like to get an estimate of what your expected family contribution is going to be from filling out the FAFSA? Then try this link

Already gotten your financial aid award letter, but you can’t translate it? Take a look at this website.

Look here to get an idea of what the average aid offer is at your college of choice.

Student Loans

Student Loans

Ready to apply for your student or parent federal loan? Here’s where to start.

If you are a Connecticut resident, or a student attending college in Connecticut, and researching private loans for college, you might want to start here.


This link will take you to a website that provides state-by-state information on scholarships offered at the state level. Click here

Here are three web sites where you can do scholarship searches:

Tax Incentives For College

Tax Incentives For College

Here is a summary of all of the tax incentives for paying for a college education. Click here.

Admissions and financial aid data

Do you want to see what percentage of students graduate in 4,5 and six years from your chosen college? This website would be a good place to do that research. Simply type in the name of your chosen college and then look for the graduation rate data in the output.

You want the most up to date information about what schools are going test optional these days. Then check out this link

If you want to look at statistics about the profile of admitted students at a college check out this site. Once you get there just do a search for your school

Are you looking for the quickest ways to find your college’s price calculator? Then follow this link.

This is a pdf put together by the State of Connecticut that is an excellent summary of financial aid resources. Click here.

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