Financial Aid Information (Scholarships, Fellowships, Grants) from Reference Service Press
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Want hot-off-the-press information on new listings of scholarships, fellowships, loans, grants, awards, and other funding opportunties? You'll find all that, and more, in this section of RSP's web site. As soon as we issue new titles or editions, we list them here. Browse and order our directories for:
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Financial Aid Info Center
It definitely pays to continue your education past high school. Your college or graduate degree could be worth $1 million--and more--over your lifetime. But, getting an advanced degree is expensive. The costs of tuition, books, room, and board often exceed what students and their families can pay on their own. That's where we can help. Reference Service Press's Financial Aid Information Center is full of tips, suggestions, directions, and resources--all designed to help you find the funding you need to pay for your college education. Plus, we're adding features all the time, so check back regularly.
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Are you having trouble paying your college tuition? Have you searched the various scholarship web sites and still can't find the money you need? We've got the answer! Reference Service Press publishes dozens of targeted financial aid directories--each one describing billions of dollars aimed at specific groups of students. Check them out. You can get funding based on your career interests, educational level, ethnicity, religion, military status, income level, organizational memberships, hobbies, creative activities, and more.