Information about Financial Aid

Toll-free number for questions about federal student aid = 1-800-433-3242

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Sources of Aid

Examples: State you’ve won an award for which you didn’t apply. Does not supply valid contact information. Guarantees you will win an award. Requires personal financial information (such as credit card numbers or checking account numbers to verify or hold a scholarship.)

*Award upon successful program completion.

Military Scholarships

Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) offered at hundreds of colleges. Application packets, information about eligibility, and the telephone number of an ROTC advisor in your area are available from àCollege Army ROTC 1-800-872-7682 or www.goarmy.com/rotc

Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) 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 AFROTC scholarships is available from the College Scholarship Section 1-866-423-7682 or www.afrotc.com

Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) offers both two-year and four-year scholarships. For information and applications, contact Naval Service Training Command 1-800-628-7682 or www.nrotc.navy.mil Scholarship Coordinator: ADC (AW) Israel Moya at 972-837-0888 or israel.moya@navy.mil

Choosing a Major and a Career

This site is newly created by Career Tech and is a wonderful tool for career and nationwide college/scholarship information. Students just choose the student tab and create a username and password to begin using the site.