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Completing and submitting the FAFSA is free, easy and provides you access to the largest source of financial aid available to help pay for college.
Colleges from across the country and organizations like GSFC are available to answer questions about prepping for college.
Providing opportunity and assistance for those in need, the Apply to College Initiative looks to help navigate the college application process.
The 2018-2019 Georgia's College Connector is available with tools and resources to make getting ready for college and your career easier.
A US Army veteran, Josh McDuffie returned home, went back to college and earned two diplomas thanks in part to the HOPE Grant.
Learn more about Josh and the HOPE Grant.
Katie Harrison was one of the first Georgians to take advantage of the HOPE Scholarship and graduated from Oglethorpe University without accumulating significant debt.
Learn more about Katie and the HOPE Scholarship.
Armed with a host of awards and the Zell Miller Scholarship, Shadaymona Jackson will pursue a biomedical engineering degree at Georgia Tech.
Learn more about Shadaymona and the Zell Miller Scholarship.
Merging business and agriculture, Michaele Bryant used Dual Enrollment to get a head start on her postsecondary education.
Learn more about Michaele and Dual Enrollment.
Tracking for eligible high school educators and counselors.
Electronic reporting for eligible postsecondary institutions.
XAP Corporation's control center for college and university clients.
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College Money Matters can help you get financially fit before, during and after college.
The Georgia Transfer Articulation Cooperative Services (GATRACS) makes college transfers easy.
Resources for students who have experienced foster care or homelessness.
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