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Reference Service Press's Newest Titles and Editions

Want hot-off-the-press information on new listings of scholarships, fellowships, loans, grants, awards, and other funding opportunities? Need to know as soon as new publications are issued by Reference Service Press? You'll find all that, and more, in this section of RSP's web site. And, check back often. We release new titles and editions frequently throughout the year. (If you'd rather see a complete list of all of our currently available titles, click here).

Directory of Financial Aids for Women, 
2014-2016

$45.00 (Released March, 2014)

The latest edition of this directory describes billions of dollars in financial aid set aside specifically for women. This is more money than has ever been available before. How can you find out about this funding? The Directory of Financial Aids for Women has the information you need! Click here to read more or to order now.

Kaplan Scholarships, 2014
$22.50 (Released March, 2014)

With this latest edition of Kaplan Scholarships, you get exactly what you need: information on the biggest and best funding programs available for college studies. The guide describes more than 3,000 funding opportunties in all subject areas, plus a variety of indexes to help you identify the best opportunities. Click here to read more or to order now.

 


Financial Aid for African Americans, 2014-2016
$45.00 (Released March, 2014)

Named "Editor's Choice" by Reference Books Bulletin, this award-winning directory describes more than 1,300 scholarships, fellowships, grants, awards, and other funding programs--representing billions of dollars--open specifically to Black/African Americans. Click here to read more or to order now.

Financial Aid for Asian Americans, 2014-2016
$40.00 (Released March, 2014)

Called a "landmark resource" by Reference Books Bulletin, this unique directory describes nearly 950 scholarships, fellowships, grants, awards, and other sources of free money open specifically to Chinese Americans, Japanese Americans, Korean Americans, Vietnamese Americans, and other Americans of Asian origin. Click here to read more or to order now.

Financial Aid for Hispanic Americans, 2014-2016
$42.50 (Released March, 2014)

This is your key to billions of dollars in financial aid set aside for Hispanic Americans, including Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, Cuban Americans, and others of Latin American origins. More than 1,175 scholarships, fellowships, grants, and awards are described in detail in this award-winning directory. Click here to read more or to order now.

Financial Aid for Native Americans, 2014-2016
$45.00 (Released March, 2014)

More money is available to Native Americans than any other minority group! Described here are more than 1,400 funding opportunities that cover every major subject area, are sponsored by more than 800 different private and public agencies, and can be used to support study, research, creative activities, past or future projects, professional development, and work experience. Click here to read more or to order now.


Minority Funding Set, 2014-2016
(4 volume set)
$150.00 (Released March, 2014)

Each of the four minority titles published by Reference Service Press (for African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans) can be ordered separately. But if you want to purchase all four volumes, be sure to order the Minority Funding Set at our special discounted price. Click here to read more or to order now

 


Financial Aid for Veterans, Military Personnel & Their Families, 2012-2014

$40.00 (Released September, 2012)

Each year, public and private agencies set aside billions of dollars in financial aid for veterans, military personnel, and their families. If you have ties to the military, how do you get your share? The latest edition of this unique directory has the answer. Click here to read more or to order now

Financial Aid for Persons with Disabilities and Their Families, 2012-2014

$40.00 (Released September, 2012)

Selected as one of the "Best Books of the Year," the 2012-2014 edition describes nearly 1,400 funding programs, representing billions of dollars, available to the 49 million Americans with disabilities and members of their families (children, spouses, and parents). Click here to read more or to order now.

How to Pay for Your Degree in Business & Related Fields, 2012-2014
$30.00 (Released June, 2012 )

Billions of dollars are available to support students who are interested in working on a degree in business or related fields, including banking or finance, accounting, sales, economics, marketing, human resources, and many others. How can you get your share? It's never been easier. How to Pay for Your Degree in Business can be your guide. Click here to read more or to order now.

Funding for Persons with Visual Impairments: Large Print Edition, 2012
$30.00 (Released January, 2012)

Individuals with visual impairment may have to overcome many obstacles, but being able to read about financial aid opportunities should not be one of them. That's why Reference Service Press publishes a large print edition, every year, listing available funding. There's nothing else like it. That's why Large Print Reviews calls it "an exceptional resource." Click here to read more or to order now.

Money for Christian College Students,
2012-2014

$30.00 (Released January, 2012)

Did you know that there are 850+ scholarships, fellowships, loans, grants, and awards set aside specifically for Christian students working on an undertraduate or graduate degree in any subject (religious or not)? How can you find out about these funding opportunties? We've made your job easy. Just use the latest edition of this unique directory. Click here to read more or to order now.

How to Pay for Your Degree in Agriculture & Related Fields, 2012-2014
$30.00
(Released December, 2011)

Are you interested in preparing for a career in animal science, dairy science, agricultural economics, soils science, horticulture, or other area of agriculture? Then this directory is for you. You'll have, right at your finger tips, information on a billion dollars specifically for students working on an ag-related degree.Click here to read more or to order now.

How to Pay for Your Degree in Engineering, 2011-2013
$30.00 (Released April, 2011)

It's expensive to get an engineering degree, but this directory will help. Described here are 970+ sources of free money (scholarships, fellowships, awards, and grants) available students to students working on an undergraduate or graduate degree in an engineering field. Click here to read more or to order now.

 

How to Pay for Your Law Degree, 2011-2013
$30.00 (Released March, 2011)

There are more than 650 fellowships, grants, awards, and other funding opportunities, worth billions of dollars, available specifically for students entering, continuing, or returning to law school. Unfortunately, many law students are unaware of these opportunities. Don't be one of them. How to Pay for Your Law Degree makes it easy to find this funding. Click here to read more or to order now

How to Pay for Your Degree in Education & Related Fields, 2011-2013
$30.00 (Released January, 2011)

With the looming shortage of teachers in many areas, there has never been a better time to get a degree in education. An even bigger plus: there has never been as much financial aid available as there is today. This directory will lead you to billions of dollars available to students working on an education-related degree. Click here to read more or to order now.

How to Pay for Your Degree in Nursing, 2011-2013
$30.00 (Released January, 2011)

Hundreds of financial aid programs, representing billions of dollars, are available to help students prepare for a nursing career. This "excellent source of funding information" (formerly issued as RSP Funding for Nursing Students and Nurses) will guide you to the money you need. Click here to read more or to order now.

How to Pay for Your Degree in Journalism and Related Fields, 2011-2013
$30.00 (Released December, 2010)

Have you decided to prepare for a career in journalism or a related field? Do you need money to help you pay for your degree? Hundreds of organizations have set aside millions of dollars for students in journalism. communications, etc. The new edition of this directory can help you find that funding fast. Click here to read more or to order now.

How to Pay for Your Degree in Library & Information Studies, 2010-2012
$30.00
(Released July, 2010)

The result of years of planning and research, this first edition provides comprehensive coverage of 800+ funding opportunities (reprsenting millions of dollars) available to support study, research, and conference attendance for students working on a graduate or undergraduate degree in library & information studies. Click here to read more or to order now.

Graduate Funding Set, 2010-2012 (Five Volumes)
$179.00 (Released June, 2010)

Each of the five graduate funding titles published by Reference Service Press (for students in the arts & humanities, biological sciences, health sciences, physical & earth sciences, and social & behavioral sciences) can be ordered separately, but if you want to buy all five volumes, order the Graduate Funding Set at our special discounted price. Click here to read more or to order now.
 

Money for Graduate Students in the Arts & Humanities, 2010-2012
$42.50
(Released June, 2010)

In this directory, students can easily identify money available to support graduate study and research in architecture, art, dance, design, filmmaking, history, languages, literature, music, performing arts, philosophy, and the rest of the arts and humanities. Only the biggest and the best funding opportunities are described here. Click here to read more or to order now.

Money for Graduate Students in the Biological Sciences, 2010-2012
$37.50 (Released June, 2010)

Here's your guide to the 800+ biggest and best funding opportunities, representing billions of dollars, available to students working on a graduate degree or graduate research in agronomy, animal sciences, botany, entomology, envrionmental sciences, horticulture, marine sciences, veterinary sciences, zoology, and the other biological sciences. Click here to read more or to order now.

Money for Graduate Students in the Health Sciences, 2010-2012
$42.50 (Released June, 2010)

Previously issued as part of RSP's Money for Graduate Students in the Biological & Health Sciences, the 2010-2012 edition describes more than 1,000 fellowships, grants, and awards set aside just for students interested in working on a master's, professional, or doctoral degree in a health-related field. Click here to read more or to order now.
 

Money for Graduate Students in the Physical & Earth Sciences, 2010-2012
$40.00
(Released June, 2010)

Now you only need to check one place to learn about the nearly 900 biggest and best fellowships, grants, and awards that support graduate study and research in the physical and earth sciences. All areas are covered, including aviation, chemistry, computer science, geology, mathematics, physics, space sciences, technology, and dozens more. Click here to read more or order now.

Money for Graduate Students in the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2010-2012
$42.50 (Released June, 2010)

Do you need money to support graduate study or research in accounting, advertising, anthropology, economics, geography, international relations, library science, political science, psychology, sociology, or other social sciences? Then, this is the directory for you (nearly 1,100 funding opportunities representing billions of dollars are described here). Click here to read more or to order now.


Financial Aid for Research and Creative Activities Abroad, 2008-2010
$45.00 (Released July, 2008)

It's here! The eagerly awaited new edition of Financial Aid for Research and Creative Activities Abroad. Want to go abroad to write, paint, teach, travel, or conduct research? There are billions of dollars available. How can you get your share? Use this directory, which is "highly recommended" and called a "must buy." Click here to read more or to order now
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Financial Aid for Study and Training Abroad, 2008-2010
$40.00 (Released July, 2008)

Want to go abroad to study? Did you know there are billions of dollars available to help you underwrite the expenses associated with going abroad? Find that money fast in this directory--which Transitions Abroad calls one of "the best resources." Click here to read more or to order now
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High School Senior's Guide to Merit & Other No-Need Funding, 2008-2010
$29.95 (Released January, 2008)


Assigned the highest rating by College Financial Aid, this directory provides the only way for high school students to find money for college that is NOT need-based but is awarded, instead, solely on the basis of academic record, writing or artistic ability, athletic success, high school club membership, parents' military or organizational activities, or other personal characteristics. Click here to read more or to order now.

College Student's Guide to Merit & Other No-Need Funding, 2008-2010
$32.50 (Released January, 2008)

It may surprise you, but it's true. You (or your family) can never make too much money to qualify for financial aid! In this directory, selected as the "Outstanding Academic Book of the Year," you'll find 1,300+ funding programs open to college students that never look at income level. Click here to read more or to order now.


 

Get Paid to Play
$16.95 (Released September, 2007)


Have you played Have you played sports in high school or college? Are you looking for money for college? This guide offers 1) advise from a Division 1 coach/college recruiting expert and 2) detailed scholarship descriptions drawn from Reference Service Press's award-winning funding database. More than $1 million in scholarships identified here! Click here to read more or to order now.

 


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