There are many types of programs that provide financial assistance for college, or "financial aid," to help you manage the cost of college. Financial aid includes scholarships, grants, work-study and loans. To become eligible for financial aid assistance, some scholarships and grants require you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), while Oklahoma's Promise requires that you continue meeting the conditions agreed upon when you signed up for the program in the eighth, ninth or 10th grade.
Check out the links below to get more information on financial aid and financial planning opportunities.
Find out about scholarships made available by Oklahoma's public colleges and universities.
FAFSA Tutorial (opens in new window)
Get helpful tips and advice about filling out the FAFSA form, an important step in getting money for college.
Private Financial Aid Resources
Find out about the many private financial aid resources available to help you with the cost of college.
Learn how to protect yourself from financial aid scams.
StartWithFAFSA.org (opens in new window)
This site provides students and parents with information about specific FAFSA topics and allows them to ask questions, watch FAFSA video tutorials in English or Spanish and download publications. New topics and answers to important questions are uploaded weekly.
State and Federal Financial Aid Programs
Find out about financial aid offered by the the state of Oklahoma and the federal government.
UCanGo2.org (opens in new window)
The UCanGo2 site provides information and resources for students and parents about preparing, planning and paying for education after high school. For more information, call 405.234.4554 or 866.443.7420 or visit the UCanGo2 website at www.UCanGo2.org.