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At the U.S. Department of Education's federal Student Aid website you can find detailed information on Federal Student Aid programs, research school and career choices, learn about the entire federal student aid process, eligibility, and the application process, as well as access other Federal Student Aid websites and publications online.

Apply for federal student aid online using FAFSA on the Web, the online version of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  This extensive government site provides a one-stop-shop for everything about the FAFSA.  The FAFSA is an important application essential for getting need-based financial aid and sometimes plays a role in state-funded merit aid and merit scholarships from colleges.

The Web's first comprehensive database of more than $11 Billion in merit scholarships from colleges.  This free site will tell you what merit aid is available from thousands of colleges across the country.

Free internet scholarship database and home to one of the Web's largest directories of private scholarships.  This website enables students to create and update a personal profile matching them to available scholarships.

Part of FastWeb, FinAid is a free student resource for learning about all types of financial aid.  There are articles, guides, to paperwork, and calculators for financial aid ranging from loans to military aid.

Use this spam-free website to browse scholarships based on minority status, athletics, degree level, subject, state, and more.  Resources on writing an essay, scholarship scams, savings tips, etc. are also included.

Distance learning is here to stay. Initially on the fringes of formal education, online colleges, courses and degree programs have quickly become mainstream. Even traditional campus-based institutions have incorporated online learning into their curricula. In 2013, seven million college students — nearly 50 percent of all those enrolled — took at least one online class, with an estimated 20 percent earning an entire degree program remotely. The Sloan Consortium reports that 74 percent of today’s academic leaders rate the educational outcomes of online learning as equal to or superior to those of face-to-face systems. More recruiters than ever before are embracing online credentials.

American Psychological Association (APA) and its affiliate organizations provide a wide range of grants, scholarships and awards with the aim of advancing the science and practice of psychology as a means of understanding behavior and promoting health, education, and human welfare.