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About Scholarships and Financial Aid
- How to complete the FAFSA
- UAS Financial Aid - Step by Step instructions
- Look for signs that a scholarship search may be a scam!
- The Cost of Attendance gives an average cost for full-time students to attend for a full academic year. Actual costs are dependent upon which courses the student registers for.
FAFSA on the Web
Determine your eligibility for federal funding, check deadlines, find your school code, and apply for federal financial aid on-line. Completing the FAFSA is free, you should never have to pay to submit a FAFSA.
Student Gateway to the US Government
U.S. government services include information on career development, planning your education, choosing a school, paying for college and more.
Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education
Education and the Alaska Student Loan Corporation administer scholarship and loan programs providing access to postsecondary education which otherwise might not be available to Alaskans.
This particular database uses a matching system to help you locate appropriate scholarships. Filling out the required questionnaire takes about 20-25 minutes.
In the paying for college section you can complete the questionnaire and their Scholarship Search tool will find potential opportunities from a database of more than 2,000 undergraduate scholarships, internships, and loan programs.
FastWeb is one of the better known scholarship websites and therefore, it is continually updated with newly created scholarships. The questionnaire used for scholarship matching takes about 20 minutes to complete.
FreSch is another smaller database that does include some awards you might not find elsewhere.
Make sure to visit the web site for all schools you are considering. You should be able to find out more about school-based awards there. In addition, schools often list national scholarships on their web sites that you could receive whether you attend that school or not.
Other Useful Sites:Occupational Outlook Handbook
A nationally recognized source of career information. The handbook lists professional organizations related to each field. Professional organizations often offer scholarships to people studying in their field.
In addition to information on more than 4,000 accredited two- and four-year colleges, universities and technical schools AKCIS can connect you to financial aid sources including scholarships.