Grants, Loans and Scholarship Resources

Institute
The Charles W. Colson Scholarship Program at Wheaton College is a grand opportunity for ex-offenders to obtain a first-rate education preparing them for leadership in many areas of ministry.
FASA
Download a free application for Federal Student Aid.

Education Grant dot com
Sometimes it seems like the hardest thing about college is finding the money to pay for it. EducationGrant.com has brought financial resources together all in one place.

Education Connection dot com
When it comes to paying for higher education, you have numerous options to consider. First on your list should be to apply for grants and scholarships, mainly because these do not require repayment.
Ed dot gov
The Federal Pell Grant Program provides need-based grants to low-income undergraduate and certain postbaccalaureate students to promote access to postsecondary education.

Sallie Mae dot com
Sallie Mae® is the nation’s leading provider of saving, planning and paying for education programs.
eStudent Loan dot com
eStudentLoan provides resources to help you understand everything you need to know about student loans for college.
Next Student dot com
Student loans come in a few varieties. There are loans for parents, loans for graduate and undergraduate students, both current and future, as well as private and federal consolidation loans for parents and graduates who want to manage their student loan debt in the most affordable and most convenient way possible.
FinAid dot com
These loans have low interest rates and do not require credit checks or collateral. Student loans also provide a variety of deferment options and extended repayment terms.
College Scholarships dot org
Even if your credit is bad you still can afford going to college.
Speedy Bad Credit dot com
Bad Credit? No Credit? Bankruptcy? SpeedyBadCreditLoans.com specializes in providing financing for people with bad credit.
Financial Aid Book
Success stories of ex-offenders who are free and prosperous despite the mistakes they made in the past. A comprehensive directory of financial aid and assistance resources for ex-offenders.