Other Financial Aid Resources
American Counseling Association Information on a loan forgiveness program being developed by Congress.
Loan Repayment Opportunity for Half-Time Employees The U.S. Health and Human Services Department announced it is accepting applications for the Half-Time Loan Repayment Pilot Project. Under the pilot program, mental health clinicians working half-time at an approved National Health Service Corps (NHSC) site can receive $50,000 toward repayment of their health professions student loans for four years of service and can apply for additional support for extended service. Applications must be completed and submitted by May 25.
http://www.collegeanswer.com/index.jsp is the largest online searchable database of scholarships, extensive content and tools for planning and preparing for college, plus the ability to apply for education loans online.
www.salliemae.com gives information on educational funding.
www.fafsa.ed.gov takes you to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid Web page. This application is required to be considered for student loans, and there are links to other useful information on the site.
www.regent.edu/admin/finaid/ takes you to the University Central Financial Aid Office where you will find information on university-wide scholarships, resources available to Virginians, and other useful tips and tools.
Tuition Installment Plan (T.I.P.) T.I.P. was designed to help students budget their educational costs on a monthly basis. This payment plan is not a loan and no interest is charged or accrued. A $60 non-refundable application fee will be charged the first semester T.I.P. is utilized.