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eBook How to Get Money for College 2018, 35th Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0768942071
  • ISBN-13: 9780768942071
  • DDC: 378.302573
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - 12th Grade
  • 960 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2017 | Published/Released August 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2017
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Overview

Peterson's How to Get Money for College 2018 is a great resource for students looking to supplement their federal financial aid package with aid from colleges and universities. This comprehensive directory points students and their families to complete and accurate information on need-based and non-need gift aid, loans, work-study, athletic awards, and more. The easy-to-use Colleges-at-a-Glance comparison chart, organized by state, lists the full costs that can be expected, aid packages, and more at over 2,300 four-year colleges and universities. Also provided is a comprehensive overview of the financial aid process, common financial aid questions, samples of financial aid award letters, the latest changes to the FAFSA® and how to file it, and how to complete the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE® that’s required by most private colleges and universities. Additional resources presented in the guide include a state-by-state listing of state-funded scholarship and grant programs and indexes that comprise of Non-Need Scholarships for Undergraduates, Athletic Grants for Undergraduates, Co-op Programs, ROTC Programs, Tuitions Waivers, and Tuition Payment Plans.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
A Note from the Peterson’s® Editors.
The ABC’s of Paying for College.
1: What You Need to Know About the FAFSA®.
2: Falsifying Information on Your FAFSA® Could Bring Big Problems.
3: Tips for Financing Your Child’s College Education.
4: Residency: Its Impact on Tuition.
5: Federal Financial Aid Programs.
6: College Financial Aid: Impressing the Financial Aid Counselor.
7: Inside the Federal Work-Study Program.
8: Analyzing Financial Aid Award Letters.
9: The “Non-Offer”—Dealing With a Low Financial Aid Letter.
10: Parents’ and Students’ Common Questions Answered.
11: How to Use This Guide.
Quick-Reference Chart.
12: College Costs At-a-Glance.
Profiles of College Financial Aid Programs.
13: Programs — A.
14: Abilene Christian University.
15: Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.
16: Academy College.
17: Academy of Art University.
18: Adams State University.
19: Adelphi University.
20: Adrian College.
21: Adventist University of Health Sciences.
22: Agnes Scott College.
23: Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University.
24: Alabama State University.
25: Alaska Bible College.
26: Alaska Pacific University.
27: Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
28: Albany State University.
29: Albertus Magnus College.
30: Albion College.
31: Albright College.
32: Alcorn State University.
33: Alderson Broaddus University.
34: Alfred University.
35: Alice Lloyd College.
36: Allegheny College.
37: Allegheny Wesleyan College.
38: Allen College.
39: Allen University.
40: Alliant International University–San Diego.
41: Alma College.
42: Alvernia University.
43: Alverno College.
44: American Academy of Art.
45: American Baptist College.
46: American Business & Technology University.
47: American College for Medical Careers.
48: American Intercontinental University Atlanta.
49: American Intercontinental University Houston.
50: American Intercontinental University Online.
51: American International College.
52: American Jewish University.
53: American Musical and Dramatic Academy, Los Angeles.
54: American National University.
55: American Sentinel University.
56: American University.
57: American University of Health Sciences.
58: American University of Puerto Rico.
59: American University of Puerto Rico.
60: Amherst College.
61: Amridge University.
62: Anderson University.
63: Anderson University.
64: Andrews University.
65: Angeles College.
66: Angelo State University.
67: Anna Maria College.
68: Antioch University Midwest.
69: Antioch University Santa Barbara.
70: Antioch University Seattle.
71: Apex School of Theology.
72: Appalachian Bible College.
73: Appalachian State University.
74: Aquinas College.
75: Aquinas College.
76: Arcadia University.
77: Argosy University, Atlanta.
78: Argosy University, Chicago.
79: Argosy University, Dallas.
80: Argosy University, Denver.
81: Argosy University, HawaiÌ.
82: Argosy University, Inland Empire.
83: Argosy University, Nashville.
84: Argosy University, Northern Virginia.
85: Argosy University, Orange County.
86: Argosy University, Phoenix.
87: Argosy University, Salt Lake City.
88: Argosy University, San Diego.
89: Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area.
90: Argosy University, Sarasota.
91: Argosy University, Schaumburg.
92: Argosy University, Seattle.
93: Argosy University, Tampa.
94: Argosy University, Twin Cities.
95: Arizona Christian University.
96: Arizona College–Mesa.
97: Arizona State University at the Downtown Phoenix Campus.
98: Arizona State University at the Polytechnic Campus.
99: Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus.
100: Arizona State University at the West Campus.
101: Arkansas Baptist College.
102: Arkansas State University.
103: Arkansas Tech University.
104: Arlington Baptist College.
105: Armstrong State University.
106: Art Academy of Cincinnati.
107: Art Center College of Design.
108: The Art Institute of Atlanta.
109: The Art Institute of Austin, a Branch of the Art Institute of Houston.
110: The Art Institute of California–Hollywood, a Campus of Argosy University.
111: The Art Institute of California–Inland Empire, a Campus of Argosy University.
112: The Art Institute of California–Los Angeles, a Campus of Argosy University.
113: The Art Institute of California–Orange County, a Campus of Argosy University.
114: The Art Institute of California–Sacramento, a Campus of Argosy University.
115: The Art Institute of California–San Diego, a Campus of Argosy University.
116: The Art Institute of California–San Francisco, a Campus of Argosy University.
117: The Art Institute of Charleston, a Branch of the Art Institute of Atlanta.
118: The Art Institute of Charlotte, a Branch of Miami International University of Art & Design.
119: The Art Institute of Colorado.
120: The Art Institute of Dallas, a Branch of Miami International University of Art & Design.
121: The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale.
122: The Art Institute of Houston.
123: The Art Institute of Indianapolis.
124: The Art Institute of Las Vegas.
125: The Art Institute of Michigan.
126: The Art Institute of Philadelphia.
127: The Art Institute of Phoenix.
128: The Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
129: The Art Institute of Portland.
130: The Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham, a Branch of Miami International University of Art & Design.
131: The Art Institute of St. Louis.
132: The Art Institute of San Antonio, a Branch of the Art Institute of Houston.
133: The Art Institute of Seattle.
134: The Art Institute of Tampa, a Branch of Miami International University of Art & Design.
135: The Art Institute of Tennessee–Nashville, a Branch of the Art Institute of Atlanta.
136: The Art Institute of Tucson.
137: The Art Institute of Virginia Beach, a Branch of the Art Institute of Atlanta.
138: The Art Institute of Washington, a Branch of the Art Institute of Atlanta.
139: Asbury University.
140: Ashford University.
141: Ashland University.
142: Ashworth College.
143: Aspen University.
144: Assumption College.
145: Atenas College.
146: Athens State University.
147: Atlantic University College.
148: Auburn University.
149: Auburn University at Montgomery.
150: Augsburg College.
151: Augustana College.
152: Augustana University.
153: Augusta University.
154: Aultman College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
155: Aurora University.
156: Austin College.
157: Austin Graduate School of Theology.
158: Austin Peay State University.
159: Ave Maria University.
160: Averett University.
161: Avila University.
162: Azusa Pacific University.
163: Programs — B.
164: Babson College.
165: Bacone College.
166: Bais Binyomin Academy.
167: Bais Hamedrash and Mesivta of Baltimore.
168: Baker College.
169: Baker University.
170: Baldwin Wallace University.
171: Ball State University.
172: Baptist Bible College.
173: The Baptist College of Florida.
174: Baptist College of Health Sciences.
175: Baptist Health System School of Health Professions.
176: Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary.
177: Baptist University of the Americas.
178: Barclay College.
179: Bard College.
180: Bard College at Simon’s Rock.
181: Barnard College.
182: Barry University.
183: Barton College.
184: Baruch College of the City University of New York.
185: Bastyr University.
186: Bates College.
187: Bayamón Central University.
188: Baylor University.
189: Bay Path University.
190: Beacon College.
191: Becker College.
192: Be’er Yaakov Talmudic Seminary.