College Test Tutorials & Scholarship Resources

NATIONAL TEST TUTORIAL WEBSITES

Test Prep Preview (Contains a tutorial for all national assessments)
College Board
ACT
March2Success

SCHOLARSHIP & FINANCIAL AID WEBSITES

Federal Student Aid
Lowcountry Scholarship Directory

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

www.fastweb.com
www.scholarships.com
http://www.finaid.org
www.estudentloan.com
https://www.wellsfargo.com/student
https://www.unigo.com (formerly Scholarship Experts)
http://www.cf-lowcountry.org
Cyberguidance.net provides information for students about college, careers, community service, paying for college and more, including helpful links.

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MILITARY FAMILIES - ROTC

Reserve Officer’s Training Corp (ROTC) scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit rather than financial need.

Army ROTC
Army ROTC scholarships are offered at hundreds of colleges. Application packets, information about eligibility, and the telephone number of an ROTC advisor in your area are available from, College Army ROTC, 1-800-USA-ROTC (1-800-872-7682). Visit Army ROTC Programs.

Air Force ROTC
The Air Force ROTC college scholarship program targets students pursuing certain foreign language and technical degrees, although students entering a wide variety of majors may be accepted. Information about Air Force ROTC scholarships is available from, College Scholarship Section, 1-866-4-AFROTC (1-866-423-7682). Visit U.S. Air Force ROTC.

Navy ROTC
Navy ROTC offers both two-year and four-year scholarships. For information and applications, contact, Naval Service Training Command, 1-800-NAV-ROTC (1-800-628-7682). Visit Naval Reserve Officers Training.

VETERANS SERVICE ORGANIZATION SCHOLARSHIPS
The following organizations offer scholarships primarily to active duty military, veterans, and/or their families:
American Legion
AMVETS
Disabled American Veterans
Paralyzed Veterans of America
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Vietnam Veterans of America

IRAQ & AFGHANISTAN SERVICE GRANT
The U.S. Department of Education makes grant funds available to students whose parent or guardian died as a result of military service in Iraq or Afghanistan after the events of 9/11. At the time of the parent’s or guardian’s death, the student must have been younger than 24 years old and/or enrolled at least part-time at an institution of higher education. Before a student can receive such grant funds, he or she must fill out the free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).