How-To-Win Scholarships!

Be a scholarship winner! The ‘How-To-Win Scholarships’ eBook is the perfect companion to The Scholarship & Grant Guide®. The guide will help you find the scholarships you need... How-To-Win Scholarships will help you win the scholarships you need. How-To-Win Scholarships walks you through the scholarship application process on a step-by-step basis.

Get crystal clear advice... directly from the experts!

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The Financial Aid Journal

Financial aid rules and regulations can change fast, so it pays to stay informed. As a monthly publication, the 'Journal' was created to provide students and their families with the most current information and advice on undergraduate financial aid, admissions, and how to locate as well as finance the college that's best suited to your needs.

The Financial Aid Journal will help you get the financial aid you deserve.

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The Financial Aid Encyclopedia

The Financial Aid Encyclopedia includes information on federal financial aid, state financial aid, college financial aid, government guaranteed student loans and free government grants. The Financial Aid Encyclopedia is a comprehensive resource and explanation of the financial aid process, what it is and how it works.

The Financial Aid Encyclopedia is a wealth of resources in one succinct reference.

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The Financial Aid Timeline

A must for every student from freshmen to senior, our 'Financial Aid Timeline' alerts you to important financial aid dates and deadlines.

  • When to start looking for scholarships and grants?
  • When to submit admission and FAFSA forms?
  • When & where to look for private sources of funding?
  • When to expect financial aid award letters and loan eligibility information?

The Financial Aid Timeline will help you stay on top of critical financial aid deadlines.

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Financial Aid Glossary

Academics love to use fancy acronyms and ambiguous terms to describe important financial aid programs. Knowing what these terms actually mean can give you a leg-up - an advantage over other students!

Do you understand the following... FAFSA, FFELP, LEAP, Title IV, TOEFL, LOA, CASHE, CLEP, CSS, EFC, EIC, FAA, IM, NMSQT, PLUS, SAR or FAO?

With just under 400 terms, this financial aid glossary just may be the world's most comprehensive. Now, you'll always be able to quickly locate a definition for any word or phrase that has to do with financial aid, scholarships, or grants - a must-have resource!

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Your $47 online edition of The Scholarship & Grant Guide® will include the ScholarshipXpress! and ScholarshipOnePoint! step-by-step programs. Both step-by-step programs are designed to save you hours of tedious, mind-numbing research. Enjoy!

ScholarshipXpress is designed for people who need to find scholarships and grants fast! It is
a 2 Step program that takes you directly to ‘THE TOP 10’ scholarship and grant databases. This is the program for you if you need to find free money NOW – TODAY!

ScholarshipOnePoint! is designed for serious scholarship and grant seekers who are determined to find scholarships and grants and want to cover all the bases. It is an in-depth
5 Step program that searches over 99.9% of the online scholarship and grant universe. Upon completing this program – you will KNOW how much free money is out there for YOU!

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Free Scholarship Reports

eFinancialAid offers the following three scholarship reports for free! $100,000 Scholarships, Guaranteed Scholarships and Surprising Scholarships.

  • $100,000 Scholarships These are some of the biggest scholarships out there. Full tuition plus room and board sound good?
  • Guaranteed Scholarships Scholarships that are unlimited in number and don‘t require an interview, audition or essay.
  • Surprising Scholarships Scholarships that you won't see in your everyday perusing through scholarship books. The entertainment value alone is worth the reading

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153 Strategies to Cut College Costs

The 153 education cost-cutting strategies for families of all income levels. These strategies were created by some of the top minds in educational funding and can provide families with financial opportunities to help fund their tuition costs. They include:

  • Tax Strategies,

  • Financial Planning Strategies,

  • Financial Aid Strategies,

  • Household Strategies,

  • Academic Strategies,

  • Creative Borrowing Strategies, and

  • Other College Cost Cutting Strategies.

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