Helpful Links

FAFSA: Free Application for Federal Student Aid
In addition to the free application, the FAFSA site has information about all aspects of planning your financial aid strategy, along with lists of resources to find scholarships and grant opportunities.

Federal PIN Number
The PIN number can be used as your digital signature when completing the FAFSA online..

Internal Revenue Service
The official site of the IRS. Offers information about tax breaks for education.

National Student Loan Data System
The National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) is the U.S. Department of Education's central database for student aid. You may view your Federal Pell grant and student loan history from this site.

Scholarship Opportunities

This site offers free scholarship searches. Taking into consideration your demographic profile, your specific situation, your area of study and other factors, FastWeb can quickly scan thousands of scholarship opportunities that you may be eligible for and will even email you more as they become available.

The Hispanic College Fund
A private, non-profit organization providing scholarships to Hispanic students pursuing careers in business.

Black Excel
"A resource for all, especially for African-American families and first-generation college students." --Isaac Black, founder.

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Recent Op Ed Article from President Eastman

College numbers game cheapens role of education
Tampa Bay Times
October 27, 2015

More opinions and remarks from President Eastman