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Scholarships, Financial Aid, and Other Financial Resources

Scholarships facilitate choice and affordability for students of varying income levels.

Student loans offer students an option of paying for school if they cannot afford tuition out of pocket or if scholarships and grants do not fully cover their college-related expenses.

High Schools
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Marshall High School Resources 
Worthington High School Dollars for Scholars
Yellow Medicine East Resources 
High School Seniors Attending SMSU

TRIO Specific Scholarships

College Greenlight

College Greenlight has a database of over 8,000 national and local scholarship opportunities and allows the students to create a free profile that matches scholarships to them based on their unique strengths, accomplishments, and personalities. If your next step is a college education, make sure you take the time to fund that education the smart way: by taking advantage of scholarships and taking your financial future into your own hands.

Scholarship Information & Websites 

Minnesota Association of Counselors of Color:

Page Education Foundation:

Computer Science Majors Scholarship:

ROTC Scholarship Info:

STEM Scholarship Info:

Scholarship Information/Tips:

How To Pay For College Without Student Loans or With Minimal Student Loan Debt:


Payment Plan Information:  


Student Loan Information

How Student Loans Work:

Entrance/Exit Counseling and Other Links

Types of Loans

Additional Sources:


Private Student Loans


Videos Sharing Information on College and Financial Aid


What is a College Education?

How College Loans exploit Students for Profit

One Trillion Dollars, Student Debt

The reality of Student Debt & Personal Stories:

Is Your Student Debt Worth It?

Faces of Student Debt

Voices of Debt—The Student Loan Crisis: Don’t Major in Debt

Bloomberg – Why It’s So Hard to Get Rid of Student Debt

America’s Student Debt Crisis: Jessie’s Story

The Benefits of College 


Financial Terminology 


DID YOU KNOW? Scholarship and Financial Aid applications are FREE. They will never ask for money to apply for either opportunity. If they do, it is likely a scam.

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