Morris County Library > Reference > ScholarshipsBooks like Free Money for College, The Scholarship Book and The Awards Almanac and special directories (money for veterans, women, minorities, disabled students, older learners, etc.) are still the best scholarship resource. Seach our catalog for Scholarships as subject. We also have NJ and US aid applications here.
ScholarshipsOn the 'Net?
Do you qualify for financial assistance? Use the financial aid calculator. Title IV codes for your applications are also listed here.
New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority offers information on New Jersey Class and NJBEST loans, scholarships and grants. Applications may be downloaded.
Words of warning
Watch out for promotional literature targeted to recent high school graduates containing "guaranteed" scholarship money for college. Typically, these scholarship brokers charge up-front fees to link needy students to "piles of available financial aid." Investigate any firm before you send them money. Investigate any broker in the Scams Alert and National Fraud Information Center databases. Check with the Better Business Bureau or with your state's Consumer Advocate (usually in the office of the state Attorney General.)
Think About Yourself!
There are an astonishing range of scholarships and awards, some of which may apply to you. Think about your family's
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27 December 2008