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We appreciate the opportunity to supply additional information and resources that may be of interest to you.  Please explore the links provided here and let us know what else you would like to see!

Federal Financial Aid and Tax Information:

Student Aid on the Web
Information on federal programs from the Federal Department of Education.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Obtain information about the FAFSA process and complete your FAFSA online.

National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
This database is available to students to access information regarding their Title IV loans and grants. 

Educational Tax Credits and Benefits
Guide to Federal tax benefits for tuition and fees, provided by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA).

Federal Student Aid Ombudsman
Federal Department of Education’s Student Aid Ombudsman helps resolve disputes and solves other problems with federal student loans. 

Department of Veterans Affairs GI Bill Website
Veterans and military education information.

Resources for South Carolina High School Students:

South Carolina Transfer and Articulation Center
A South Carolina web portal that provides online tools that make it easier to transfer academic credit and evaluate how higher education coursework will transfer among South Carolina's public colleges and universities.

Parchment is where learners collect, store, and work with the credentials they earn over the course of their life.

South Carolina Colleges and Universities
List of South Carolina’s colleges and universities, including contact information.
Information on college loans, grants, and scholarships in South Carolina.

South Carolina Commission on Higher Education
General information from the state of South Carolina (Palmetto Fellows Scholarship, Lottery Tuition Assistance, LIFE Scholarship, SC HOPE Scholarship, and the SC Need-based Grant).

South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities
A charitable organization established in 1953 to promote the cause of independent higher education in South Carolina.

South Carolina Tuition Grants Commission
Provides need-based grant assistance to eligible South Carolina undergraduate students attending, on a full-time basis, eligible independent non-profit in-state colleges. 

South Carolina Technical College System
Provides learning opportunities that promote the economic and human resource development of the state.

CERRA South Carolina
Website of the Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention, and Advancement.

Other Resources:

Mapping Your Future
Public service website providing career, college, financial aid, and financial literacy information and services.

Making Higher Education Possible
South Carolina Student Loan's comprehensive guide to planning and paying for college including information on grants, scholarships, and student loans.