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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, is the primary application used by all colleges and universities to determine your eligibility for grants, loans, work-study and scholarships. More importantly, this form is mandatory for all those planning to attend college. The Missouri Department … Continue reading
F-A-F-S-A. Commit these five letters to memory. If you plan on attending college, they will follow you throughout the course of your entire academic career. FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. All prospective college students looking to … Continue reading
The registration deadline for the November 5 SAT exam is Friday, October 7. Sign-up online. If you would like to know more about testing locations, exam costs and fee waivers, please visit our online guide to SAT/ACT preparation. The library also has a … Continue reading
Be your own hero and expand your college knowledge this spring break with Camp Ca-Pow! Camp Ca-Pow (College Access – Planning Our Way) is a free camp for middle school students that will focus on planning for the future. It gives … Continue reading
Be sure to register online by Friday, November 6 if you plan to take the December 12 ACT exam. If you would like to know more about testing locations, exam costs and fee waivers, please visit our online guide to ACT/SAT preparation. The library also has … Continue reading
As young adult looking for help applying to college, the best place for you to start is with your high school guidance counselor. Planning for college begins in earnest during your junior year and your guidance counselor can help you … Continue reading
Today, there are more women and people of color attending college then ever before. In an effort to provide equal access to higher education and promote campus diversity, colleges and civic organizations provide financial aid exclusively to these groups. As … Continue reading