Financial Aid Resources for College Students
Nearly two dozen award-winning titles for students who want to work on an undergraduate degree


Financial Aid Resources for
Undergraduate Students

It's expensive to get an undergraduate degree--it can cost a total of $100,000 or more! But, don't despair. There are thousands of financial aid programs, representing billions of dollars, available to help undergraduates pay their way. The catch is: you can't get your share of this money if you don't know what's available and where to apply. That's where Reference Service Press can help! We've contacted the funders, identified the funding programs, and provided everything you'll need to know in our 20+ award-winning financial aid directories for college-bound high school seniors and current or returning college students.

To find the perfect source to guide you in your search for college funding, you can browse through our online catalog below or click our alphabetical list of award-winning funding sources aimed at students interested in earning a 2-year, 4-year, or other undergraduate degree. After you pick out the titles that are right for you, you can order them here in RSP's eStore--or click here for off-line ways to purchase these resources.

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Directory of Financial Aids for Women, 2014-2016

The latest edition of this directory describes billions of dollars in financial aid for women. This is more money than has ever been available before. Are you looking for funding for women? Or, do you know women who need financial aid? Then, check out the 2014-2016 edition of this award-winning directory. Click here to read more or to order now.


Money for Christian College Students, 2012-2014

Did you know that there are 850 scholarships, fellowships, loans, grants, and awards set aside specifically to support Christian students working on an undertraduate or graduate degree in any subject? How can you find out about these funding opportunities?  Just use the latest edition of this unique directory. Click How here to read more or to order now.


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

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.


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

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.


College Student's Guide to Merit and Other No-Need Funding, 2008-2010

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 continuing and returning college students that never look at income level. Click here to read more or to order now.


Financial Aid for African Americans, 2014-2016

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


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