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 By Christina Campbell    Paying for Education    October 15, 2013 

FAFSA

Make sure you file the FAFSA: Every year fill out a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) from the U.S. Department of Education, regardless of your family’s income. If at all possible...

 
 By Christina Campbell    Paying for Education    October 15, 2013 

Types of Financial Aid

Financial Aid Grants: Grants are gift aid, meaning you don’t have to pay them back. Award amounts are generally based on eligibility requirements such as your unmet financial need, and the cost of...

 
 By APS    Paying for Education    October 15, 2013 

Alaska Performance Scholarship

Eligibility In order to qualify for the Alaska Performance Scholarship, you need to complete a specified high school curriculum and graduate from an Alaska high school in 2011 or later. Additionally,...

 
 Paying for Education    October 15, 2013 

UA Scholars Program

The University of Alaska offers students who are in the top 10% of their class (as designated by their high school) an $11,000 scholarship. UA Scholars: • Receive $1,375 per semester for eight...

 
 Paying for Education    October 15, 2013 

The UA College Savings Plan

Benefits of the UA College Savings Plan: • Easy start- with your PFD or as little as $50/month • Lock in today’s UA tuition value for use in the future • Use at eligible colleges or...