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Colleges, Financial Aid, & Scholarships
Founded in a partnership between Harvard and MIT, edX offers a wide variety of free online courses from many different universities.
This online resource is geared towards counselors, students and families to assist with the FAFSA process. In addition to resources specific to students and counselors, the toolkit also includes a FAFSA 101 section that provides an overview of the FAFSA process and steps on how to complete the FAFSA from beginning to end.
Use this list to find out ways to get funding for the college or university of your dreams. Your first step should really be to contact the Financial Aid office for the school you'll be attending, but these resources can give you some additional ideas.
Peterson's Test Prep has practice tests, courses, scholarship information, and study tools to get you ready for your next step. Watch a tutorial via Niche Academy, opens a new window | Statewide access
Billed as a "free world-class education for anyone anywhere," Khan Academy has thousands of courses that span humanities, computer science, test prep, and more.
LearningExpress Library has practice tests for SAT, GED, ASVAB, and more. Or take online tutorials like Adobe Flash and Photoshop or Microsoft Excel and Publisher. Watch a tutorial via Niche Academy, opens a new window | Statewide access