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Explore the Programs & Profiles guide to discover what Minnesota has to offer. With two-year and four-year public and private institutions as well as accredited cosmetology and specialized trade schools, the profiles found in the beginning of the guide get right to the facts on tuition, fees, class sizes and required exams. Our program grid, found in the back of the guide, helps match your interests and field of study with the Minnesota institution that is best suited for you. Itâ€™s the easiest way to know what programs each school offers.
Financial Aid paperwork does not have to be complicated! This booklet describes the details of filling out the FAFSA and applying for the Minnesota Dream Act. This book also describes the procedures, eligibility, and factors in the financial aid process.
An overview of the application process for financial aid. This booklet includes the steps and types to obtain educational aid in Minnesota.
There is student aid you do not need to repay. This booklet outlines the many types of financial aid available that students do not need to repay and how to obtain that support.
Provides basic information about Minnesota's state-sponsored 529 college savings plan for parents of young children.
Brochure describes the SELF Loan program, a non-need-based Minnesota loan program that helps students and parents who need assistance in paying for education beyond high school as well as information on SELF Refi, a refinancing option after graduation.
Lists a variety of strategies that college students, faculty and college staff can use to reduced the cost of college textbooks.
Both federal and state loans are options when it comes to paying for college. This booklet provides insight to those different options, how to apply, and what to look out for.
Helps sixth-grade students become financially literate and understand how to save and pay for postsecondary education.
Helps fifth grade students explore their higher education options. Also available is an educator's guide.
Helps fourth grade students learn about goal setting and self-esteem, and ties skills and interests to career choices.
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.