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State Financial Aid

Many students know about the FAFSA and other sources of financial aid from the federal government, but there are also ways to obtain financial aid for your higher education from your state. You should look into these many means of obtaining financial aid to discover if any of these alternatives are available to you -- it can only help you in paying for your college education to pursue financial aid from every source available.


College Financial Aid Assistance for Students with Disabilities

According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), your access to vocational rehabilitation and educational opportunities is guaranteed. So, in addition to federal school funding programs which most everyone can apply for, you may be able to obtain additional resources or college financial aid to assist with your educational needs.

By Peterson's Staff updated on April 08, 2014

State-Sponsored College Financial Aid Programs

When researching college financial aid, you want to consider all of your options. That includes financial aid opportunities close to home. There are some unique state-based financial aid initiatives that could make it easier to cut college expenses.

By Peterson's Staff updated on April 08, 2014

College Financial Aid from State Higher Education Agencies

When researching college financial aid, don't forget to look close to home. For opportunities in your area, a great place to start is your state's higher education agency.

By Peterson's Staff updated on April 08, 2014

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