A list of Private Foundation Scholarships the Counseling
Office has received for the 2020-2021 school year is located at the bottom of the page.
Please check this page frequently as new scholarships are always becoming available.
FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid, US Dept of Education: www.fafsa.ed.gov
The FAFSA website is a first step in the financial aid process. Two years ago there were new changes to the FAFSA. In past years students could not submit a FAFSA until January 1st. Beginning two years ago, students can submit a FAFSA on October 1 rather than January 1 of the new year. Therefore, seniors can begin their FAFSA on October 1, 2020. More information is provided on this website in addition to the introduction to financial aid link below.
This is an introduction to Student Financial Aid, studentaid.gov
This is a checklist of all materials you need for completing the FAFSA: Checklist
More Financial Aid Information: www.iseek.org
This website provides an easy way to plan your future. You can explore careers and colleges, plan your education, and also learn more about the financial aid process.
Minnesota Office of Higher Education: www.ohe.state.mn.us
MOHE is very similar to the iseek website. There is information on how to choose a college, how to prepare for college, and how to pay for it.
Below are numerous online scholarship websites that provide information about scholarships from all over the country. Generally, you create an account and the website generates scholarships that you may be eligible for. Fastweb is one of the most well known and is the largest free online scholarship website in the United States.
Dover-Eyota Dollars for Scholars: www.dover-eyota.dollarsforscholars.org
More information will be provided at a later time. Please feel free to explore the website and get yourself acquainted with Dollars for Scholars.
1. PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIPS WILL BE LISTED BELOW AS THE HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE RECEIVES THEM