Scholarship & Forms
There are many resources that can help you in your search for colleges and financial aid. Some options are listed
here. These sources are provided for your information and are not specifically endorsed by TFEC.
Education Planner: A one-stop college planning site that offers information on how to research careers, choose colleges, fill out electronic
applications, and finance your education.
Ultimate FAFSA Resource Guide: This guide will help you navigate the FAFSA and the world of federal student aid.
Scholarship Search Services
Online scholarship searches match your potential eligibility for an award with criteria established by scholarship providers.
After completing the online search, you will be provided with a listing of scholarships. It is then up to you to contact the scholarship providers for information about applying for the scholarship
Some Free Scholarship search services are:
Federal Student Aid – U.S. Department of Education
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): The official site for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can apply for your PIN here.
FAFSA 4 Caster: Provides early estimate of federal aid eligibility (PIN is not required).
Federal Student Aid: Provides information on federal loans, forms and repayment options. Also includes information on preparing for and
applying for college.
Please note that fees may apply if you are purchasing resources, registering for tests or applying for aid in the form of loans,
I.am.angel Foundation (Will I am) - http://iamangelfoundation.org/
"My purpose is to inspire young people because it’s just going to keep inspiring me back." — will.i.am
United Negro College Fund: UNCF’s mission is to build a robust and nationally-recognized pipeline of under-represented students who, because of UNCF
support, become highly-qualified college graduates and to ensure that our network of member institutions is a respected model of best practice in moving students to and through college.
Tom Joyner Foundation: All students deserve the
chance to attend college so they can succeed in life. Therefore, it is the vision of the Tom Joyner Foundation to provide programming that affords diverse academic opportunities to students wanting
and/or attending HBCU’s regardless of social or economic status and means - PO Box 630495 Irving, TX 75063-0495
FinAid: FinAid was established as a public service to those seeking financial aid and is considered one of the most comprehensive sources of student financial aid information,
advice and tools.
ACT: ACT is an independent, nonprofit organization that provides assessment, research and information services in the areas of education and workforce development. The site also
includes a free financial need estimator.
CollegeBoard: CollegeBoard is a nonprofit membership association whose mission is to connect students to college success and
opportunity. They administer the SAT exam.
GoCollege: One of the oldest resources to guide students on how to finance their education and succeed in college.
KnowHow2GO: A comprehensive site that helps students prepare and plan for college.
Heath Resource Center: The online clearinghouse on post-secondary education for individuals with disabilities.
I’m First: An online community to provide first-generation college students with support, advice and encouragement.
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Geneseo Migrant Center Scholarships for Migrant Students
Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation Scholarships
Society of Women Engineers Scholarship Program
ENTELEC’s Wayne V. Black Scholarship
Auxiliary’s Young American Patriotic Art Contest
NOAA’s Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship
Jeannette Rankin Women’s Scholarship Fund
Diabetes Scholars Foundation
Common Knowledge Scholarship