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SCHOLARSHIPS
Private scholarships from a community or professional group, business, labor union, church, or national foundation can help with college costs. Some scholarships are based on financial need; others are not. Awards also may be based on good grades, leadership ability, or heritage.
 
FINANCIAL AID
The federal government offers a number of financial aid programs. Approximately two-thirds of all student financial aid come from federal programs administered by the U.S. Department of Education.
 
ENDOWMENTS
You will discover that endowments are just another form of private sector scholarships. The difference is that endowment money is given directly to the school and distributed exclusively by the school's financial aid office. Often endowments to schools are not advertised and may go unclaimed.
 



 
 
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