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Estimate Your Aid

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Apply for nonfederal financial aid from nearly 400 participating colleges and scholarship programs.

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Compare Your Aid Awards

Received financial aid offers from several different colleges? This tool can help you figure out which one is your best choice. Enter details on up to four colleges’ aid packages and costs to get a comparison.

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Student Loan Calculator

Student loans are a useful way to help pay for college. But how much will your payments be after graduation? This tool can help you figure it out.

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Student Loan Comparison Calculator

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Parent Loan Repayment Calculator

Before your parents sign on for a college loan, they can use this tool to get an estimate of what the monthly payments will be.

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Expected Family Contribution Calculator

This tool calculates your EFC, a measure of your family’s financial strength. Colleges and states use this number to help determine your financial aid award.

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Scholarship Search

Use this tool to find scholarships, other financial aid and internships from more than 2,200 programs, totaling nearly $6 billion.

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College Cost Calculator

How much will college cost by the time you enroll? Whether you have a particular college in mind or just want to see average costs at different types of colleges, you can get an estimate with this tool.

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College Savings Calculator

Use this calculator to see how much money you’ll need for college, whether you’re on track to save enough, and what you need to do to reach your goal.

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