When searching for financial assistance such as scholarships, you should not pay any money. These websites offer free assistance in searching tools:
AfterCollege - Offers over a dozen major-specific and inclusive scholarships
The American Educational Guidance Center - Over 50 free, online scholarship search sites listing thousands of scholarships.
AC Online - Financial resources available to make one's college dream come true without the crushing debt.
BestColleges.com - Financial aid overview which includes college planning tools, academic guides, and a comprehensive scholarship database.
collegeNET - Database contains over 600,000 awards totaling over 1.6 billion
CollegeBoard - Scholarship search and financial planning resource
College Scholarships - Free scholarship Searches
CollegeView - Comparative college information from College View.
CollegeScholarships.com - A list of scholarships from around the country
FastWeb - A large scholarship database on the web
Financial Aid for Disabled Students - Directory of scholarship options for students with disabilities.
FIRST Scholarship Program - US Foundation for Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology
Generation Progress - Scholarships for undocumented students
NerdScholar - For helpful information on filing your FAFSA, visit NerdScholar. Their FAFSA guide is helpful for students with unique family situations.
NerdScholar - Search scholarships from over 10,000 financial aid programs
Nerdwallet finance - Cost of living calculator
Scholarships.com - The internet's premiere Free College Scholarship Search & Financial Aid Information Resource
Thompson: grants - Government information services/education funding
Scholarship Guidance - Designed to help schools find scholarships for students who are interested in attending a post-secondary school.
SHOPSleuth - General scholarship search resources.
Social Work License Map - Resources available to help conquer the challenges posed by financing your education. View many websites and programs dedicated to helping pay for your Social Work Masters.
TheDream.US Scholarship Program - Provides scholarships to highly motivated DREAMers who want to get a college education but cannot afford it.