:: Scholarships, Fellowships & Loans, 38th edition

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Publisher's description:
Written especially for professionals, students, parents, counselors and others interested in education, this annually updated resource provides sources of scholarships, fellowships, loans, internships, work study, and other education-related financial aid at all levels of study. Look for the section on federal financial aid for a quick summary of programs sponsored by the federal government. Also included is a state-by-state listing of agencies that users can contact in their home state. Five handy indexes help you quickly locate the information you need - Field of Study, Legal Resident, Place of Study, Special Recipient, Sponsor and Scholarship.

Features and Benefits:
  • More than 3,000 sponsoring organizations listed with contact information.
  • Detailed description of awards, and organizers.
  • Listing of state educational resource agencies, including URLs when available.
  • Coverage of restricted awards. Most common qualifications and restrictions involve: gender, race or ethnic group, place of residence, citizenship, employer, membership in an organization, religious affiliation, military or veteran status, financial need, merit or academic, creative or professional accomplishment, and community involvement or volunteer work.
  • Five indexes: Field of Study, Legal Resident, Place of Study, Special Recipient, Sponsor and Scholarship.
  • SFL contains relevant industry sources and includes a Field of Study Index that classifies awards by one or more of 450 specific subject categories, allowing users to easily target their search by specific area of study.
  • Includes a listing of federal agencies with contact information, and an explanation of government loan programs which are not covered extensively in the main body text.

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