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Scholarship Detective

WEBSITE  |  Explore this scholarship search engine for high school, undergraduate and graduate college students. Select your school year and enter a keyword...  Read more  


SEEK - John Jay College

PROGRAM  |  A Brief Overview of the New York SEEK Program:The Percy Ellis Sutton SEEK program, which stands for Search for Education, Elevation, and Knowledge,...  Read more  


Sources of Financial Aid for Higher Education: 2014-15

DOCUMENT  |  This resource, developed by the Options Institute, lists sources of financial aid including grants, loans, and other forms of financial assistance. It includes details about the granting agency or institution, information about the aid program, maximum aid amounts, and additional notes.  Read more  


Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO)

WEBSITE  |  An internship program that recruits and trains outstanding college students of color for summer internships that lead to full-time jobs with investment banks, corporate law firms, and other leading global companies  Read more  


Student Loan Calculator

WEBSITE  |  This calculator will help you understand your student loan repayments in relation to your possible starting salary. Enter the amount(s) you have...  Read more  


SUNY website

WEBSITE  |  The official website of the State University of New York. It provides frequent updates about news and events at SUNY, and allows current and future students to find information about admissions, academics, and financial aid.  Read more  



WEBSITE  |  TAP is New York States Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) that provides financial aid to NYS residents attending NYS schools.  Read more  


Tax Return Transcripts

WEBSITE  |  A tax return transcript shows most line items from your tax return (Form 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ) as it was originally filed, including any...  Read more  


Tips for Calling Colleges

DOCUMENT  |  This document is designed to help students call colleges, which is often necessary during the college application process to confirm that all materials are received, to ask for clarification, and to advocate for oneself.  Read more  



PROGRAM  |  TORCH is dedicated to transforming the lives of underserved New York City public high school students by providing intensive exposure to hands-on career training and opportunities in communications and the arts.   Read more  


The True Cost of College

WEBSITE  |  The average cost of tuition in the 2010-11 school year was $32,617, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. That’s for private, four-year institutions and includes room and board rates. But does that figure – a school’s “sticker price” – reflect the true cost of an education? Most experts say no.  Read more  



WEBSITE  |  UNCF plays a critical role in enabling more than 60,000 students each year to attend college and get the education they need and that the nation needs them to have. To live up to the ideal expressed in UNCF's universally-recognized motto, ヤA mind is a terrible thing to waste,ヤᆴ UNCF helps students go to and through college by: Awarding 10,000 students each year through 400 scholarship and internship programs so that students from low- and moderate-income families can afford college tuition, books and room and board; Providing operating funds for its 38 member colleges, all of them small, private institutions that offer a small-college experience at tuitions that average more than 30 percent less than those at comparable colleges and universities; Serving as a national advocate for the importance of education for all Americans by serving as the voice of students of color through its annual television program, UNCF An Evening of Starsᆴ, a national public service announcement campaign built around モA mind is a terrible thing to wasteヤᆴ and commentary in national media.  Read more  


Understanding PSAT/NMSQT Scores

DOCUMENT  |  More than 3.5 million students take the test each year. Approximately 1.5 million of those students are high school juniors (11th graders), and the remainder are students in the tenth grade (sophomores) or younger. Nearly all students who take the test indicate they plan to attend college.  Read more  


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