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PDF of From Cradle to CollegeAre You Looking for Money is a financial aid guide with specific information about Oklahoma's programs. It offers information about grants, scholarships, workstudy, and student loans.






PDF of From Cradle to CollegeFrom Cradle to College provides information to help parents make college a reality for their children. It includes information about childhood development, learning, goal-setting and ways to pay for college.








PDF of Finish the FAFSA in 5 StepsFinish the FAFSA in 5 Steps is a step-by-step guide designed to help students and their parents submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in just five simple steps.





PDF of the Scholarship Success Guide opens in a new tab.The Scholarship Success Guide offers students tips for earning scholarships, including help with preparing to apply, meeting deadlines and writing essays. The guide also features a list of scholarship resources and websites.





PDF of Your Transition to CollegeYour Transition to College highlights the differences between high school and college, offers tips for success in college, and provides a summary of "to-do" items for high school seniors.




College Planning ChecklistsOur College Planning Checklists provide high school students detailed information about the steps they must take not only to gain admission to a college or university, but also to be successful in high school and college. From what classes to take to when to apply for financial aid, these checklists offer useful information for every high school student. Checklists are also available for middle school students.




Additional Resources:

The new FAFSA filing date is October 1. 
Learn more at Start With FAFSA dot org.
The new FAFSA will become available Oct. 1 this year. Learn more at StartWithFAFSA.org