There are multiple resources available to help students throughout the financial aid process. We have provided a few suggestions but your biggest resource is your Guidance Counselor! If you have any questions, contact your counselor for help.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid. All colleges in the U.S. use the FAFSA to determine student eligibility for financial aid. The 2023-24 FAFSA is available online as of October 1, 2022.
Massachusetts Education Financing Authority - Provides valuable resources and information to help navigate the college admission and financial aid process.
Getting Started in the Financial Aid Process
Steps and tips to help you get started.
MassEdCO is the Commonwealth's largest provider of community-based education and career readiness services for low-income, first generation, underrepresented and marginalized youth and adults in Massachusetts, serving some 12,000 individuals each year.
The Office of Student Financial Assistance helps students access higher education by promoting student financial aid information.
Know the difference between types of student and parent loans.
Starting your scholarship search
There are thousands of scholarships available. The more you apply to, the more money you could potentially receive towards your college education. Follow these steps to apply!
The scholarship calendar is updated weekly. You will need to check frequently for updates and new scholarships.
Great websites to visit to search and apply for scholarships:
(Never pay for a scholarship search!)