Paying for College

FAFSA Nights!

We will be begin hosting FAFSA nights starting next week. Bring your parents and proper documents and we will help you fill out your FAFSA!

North Zulch 1/13 6:30PM-7:30PM

Navasota 1/25 4PM-7PM

Mumford 1/27 2:20PM-5:30PM

Hearne 2/11 6PM-7:30PM


Students at a computerPaying for College

Wondering how you'll pay for your college education? Here are some financial resources about student financial aid, scholarships and more.Student Aid

Here is a list and details of different ways to pay for college.

Learn all about the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, usually the first step in seeking financial aid for higher education.

Guide to Federal Student Aid (2016-2017) Available in pdf.

FAFSA or TASFA? Which financial aid application should you use? This site will help you determine if you should use the TASFA or FAFSA. The TASFA is an application for financial aid for Texas residents who are NOT a permanent U.S. resident with an alien registration card, a conditional permanent U.S. resident with visa type I-551C, or an eligible noncitizen with an arrival/departure record (I-94).

Financial Literacy Tools

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Scholarship Experts Get unlimited access to their scholarship database of 2.4 million scholarships worth over $14 billion.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund  To apply for an HSF General College Scholarship, click here. The application period is open January 1st through March 30th (extended deadline April 2nd 11:59 pm PST) for the following academic year.

Scholarships for Cancer Survivors 

To learn more about available scholarship opportunities by class level, browse our Scholarship Programs page.

Own Your Own Future  Start owning your own future by exploring resources that will help you on your path to college. The whole site is organized by grade to make sure you get the exact info you need. So that's where we begin...

U.S. Department of Educationloans, grants, scholarships. All the information you need and any questions regarding loan payments, applying for grants and scholarships can be found here. Check out their website!

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