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Financial Aid Subject Guide
Books you can take with you are in this number range:
378.3, 378.3025, 378.34, 378.3402, 378.3409, 378.38, 378.73
When searching our catalog use these subjects:
Student Loan Funds
Helpful Reference Books:
Ref. 378.3025 Fin Financial aid for persons with disabilities and their families (South County)
Ref. 378.3025 Fin Financial aid for African Americans (South County)
Ref. 378.3 Pet Peterson's College Money Handbook (Located at Voorhees and South County)
Ref. 378.3025 Pet Peterson's Scholarship Almanac (Located at Voorhees)
Ref. 378.3409 Bla Black Student's Guide to Scholarships (Located at Voorhees and South County)
Ref. 378.3409 Sch Scholarship Book (Located at Voorhees, Gloucester, Haddon, and South County )
Ref. 378.38 Col College Cost and Financial Aid Handbook (Located at Voorhees, Gloucester, Haddon, and South County)
Also: We have a large collection of group specific (minorities, women) sources at the Voorhees library
Education Index (Located at Voorhees)
Direct Loan Consolidation
Information on consolidating federal student loans.
Direct Loan Master Promissory Note
Electronically complete and sign your promissory note.
Direct Loan Servicing
Get complete Direct Loan entrance and exit counseling. Make your loan payment online.
This site from the U.S. Department of Education provides help in applying for financial aid for college, including direct links for FAFSA, Federal Direct Consolidation Loans, and the National Student Loan Data System for checking a student’s financial aid history.
The online FAFSA version from U.S. Dept. of Education enables students to apply for student financial aid over the internet.
This site includes a scholarship search engine which searches a database of more than 400,000 U.S. scholarships, fellowships, internships, grants, and loans. Requires free registration.
Federal Student Aid
Apply for aid online and get all the information on paying for education after high school.
This site is the most comprehensive annotated collection of information about student financial aid on the web. FinAid is comprehensive, informative, and objective.
Financial Aid - from U.S. News & World Report Online
Provides current information and advice and includes articles & features, best values rankings, interactive tools (scholarship search, college costs, loan repayment calculator), and more.
This is the page on financing your education from Peterson’s, “the most comprehensive and heavily traveled education resource on the web” and publisher of popular college directories.
Federal Student Aid
This site is a cooperative effort between federal agencies, students, and other parts of the higher education community, under the leadership of the U.S. Department of Education. There are 2 main sections namely Pay for Your Education and Plan Your Education further organized by subsections. The drop down menus on the left have several links to other relevant government agencies.