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THE A-to-Z of Homeschooling
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College Scholarships For Home Schoolers

How to get financial aid for your Home Schooled Senior to attend college

Changes in Financial Aid for College-Bound Homeschoolers
In the recent Federal Student Aid Book: Vol. 2013-2014, a few minor changes were made that apply to homeschoolers who want to apply for admission to colleges and universities and for Federal loans and grants for college. One important note: when filling out FAFSA paperwork, be sure to choose ‘homeschool diploma’ when asked.

Colleges, College Scholarships, and Financial Aid
An online directory of college and university admissions office email addresses and telephone numbers, college scholarship and financial aid office email addresses, and links to the home pages and online applications of more than a thousand colleges and universities.

Completing The FAFSA: The Application Process
To apply for federal student aid, you need to complete the FAFSASM or Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Completing and submitting the FAFSA is free and quick, and it gives you access to the largest source of financial aid to pay for college or career school.

A December FAFSA Primer
The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Fill out the FAFSA on January 1st of the student’s senior year of high school, and make that your New Year’s Day tradition. Repeat that process every January 1st until your youngest child has graduated college.

Eligibility of Home-Schooled Students Institutional and Student Eligibility
An institution can admit most home-schooled students as regular students without jeopardizing its eligibility to participate in the Title IV, HEA student financial assistance programs. Start reading about homeschooled student eligibility on Page 8. Put ‘homeschool” in your pdf read search to find other instances in this document.

Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) – Gateway Home
We’re striving to make your quest for information easier, because our goal is to support your success. We have two new student grants to help pay for college. Mar 07.

Financial Aid Articles
To help students understand and navigate the many available options, BrainTrack’s series of student financial aid articles covers a wide range of topics that should be of interest to any student pursuing assistance in financing their higher education.

Financial Aid Information Page
A free, comprehensive, independent, and objective guide to student financial aid, created by Mark Kantrowitz.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid
File right here on the U.S. Department of Education’s FAFSA on the Web Site.

Get Recruited
To participate in the Get-Recruited program, all you have to do is complete a brief online questionnaire. The information you provide on the questionnaire will be sent instantaneously to colleges, universities and/or graduate schools throughout the United States.

Guaranteed Scholarships and Financial Aid
Just meet the criteria listed, adhere to the application deadlines set by the individual colleges and universities, gain admission, enroll, and receive your scholarship.

Quaqua Society
Financial and career assistance for home educators. Scholarships.

Scholarship Help and Advice Center
The thought of getting scholarships has always been confusing for me and this site helped me understand what I should do and helped me avoid scholarship scams. I felt it might help other students as well. ~ Kate

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One Response to College Scholarships For Home Schoolers

  1. Free K12 Homeschooling | A2Z Homeschooling on July 27, 2015 at 11:20 am

    […] also risk that their teen may have no proof of legally homeschooling for college admission and financial aid when the time comes and this is […]

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