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- Choosing a College: Minnesota College Guide
- Financial Aid Basics
- Minnesota College Savings Plan
- Paying for College: State & Federal Financial Aid Guide
- Reducing Textbook Costs
- SELF Loan: Investing in Education
- Financing Your Future
- Financing Your Future Parent Guide
- The Great College Mystery
- The Great College Mystery Parent Guide
- A Parent's Guide to Paying for College
- A Parent's Guide to Preparing Your Student for College
- What Will I Be?
- What Will I Be? Parent Guide
- Within My Reach
| Choosing a College
Profiles two- and four-year degree-granting Minnesota colleges and universities and features a program grid to help students identify programs that interest them.
|Financial Aid Basics|
| Minnesota College Savings Plan
Provides basic information about Minnesota's state-sponsored 529 college savings plan for parents of young children.
| Paying for College
Describes federal and state financial aid programs, how to qualify and apply for aid, and whom to contact about financial aid at most of Minnesota's postsecondary institutions.
| SELF Loan: Investing in Education
Describes the Student Educational Loan Fund (SELF), a non-need-based state loan program.
| Reducing Textbook Costs
Lists a variety of strategies that college students, faculty and college staff can use to reduced the cost of college textbooks.
Curriculum Workbooks & Guides
| Financing Your Future
Helps sixth-grade students become financially literate and understand how to save and pay for postsecondary education.
|Financing Your Future Parent Guide|
| The Great College Mystery
Helps fifth grade students explore their higher education options. Also available is an educator's guide.
|The Great College Mystery Parent Guide|
|A Parent's Guide to Paying for College|
|A Parent's Guide to Preparing Your Student for College|
| What Will I Be?
Helps fourth grade students learn about goal setting and self-esteem, and ties skills and interests to career choices.
|What Will I Be? Parent Guide|
| Within My Reach
Helps middle school students explore their interests and talents, relate those to possible careers options and discover how to use high school to achieve their college dreams.
|7 Ways to Pay for College poster|
|Take Charge of Your Future poster - English|
|Take Charge of Your Future poster - Spanish|