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Federal Student Aid at a Glance 2012-13.

More than $150 billion available in federal aid for students who qualify

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Resumen sobre la ayuda federal para estudiantes 2012-13.

 

Más de $150 mil millones disponibles de ayuda federal para estudiantes que reúnan los requisitos

Federal Student Aid Grant Programs

The federal government provides grant funds for students attending colleges, career schools, and universities. Grants, unlike loans, do not have to be repaid.

The major federal student aid grant programs are briefly described.

Oficina de Ayuda Federal para Estudiantes, Programas Federales de Becas

El Gobierno federal otorga subvenciones (becas por necesidad) a estudiantes que cursen estudios superiores en universidades y
centros de formación profesional y técnica. A diferencia de los préstamos, las becas no tienen que reembolsarse al otorgante.

Se presentan de forma breve los principales programas de becas federales.

Funding Your Education

2012-13 | The Guide to Federal Student Aid

U.S. Department of Education
Federal Student Aid

  1. Federal Student Aid at a Glance
  2. Prepare to Pay for College
  3. Apply for Aid
  4. Repay your Loan

Oficina de Ayuda Federal para Estudiantes, Programas Federales de Becas

Guía sobre la ayuda federal para estudiantes | 2012–13
Departamento de Educación de los EE. UU.
Oficina de Ayuda Federal para Estudiantes

  • Resumen sobre la ayuda federal para
    estudiantes
  • Preparese para pagar la Universidad
  • Presentar la solicitud de ayuda
  • Reembolso de su préstamo

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Federal Student Aid for Adult Students

Are you an adult considering college?

Do you need financial help?

Federal Student Aid: Access and Completion

Federal student aid has been essential in ensuring access to higher education, transforming lives, and strengthening U.S. economic competitiveness.

The Student Perspective on Federal Financial Aid Reform