If you're considering applying for financial aid, check out your state's individual financial aid program first. These programs usually have scholarships and grants that you can apply for as well. Like the federal financial aid system, they are committed to making higher education accessible for all students. They might even be a better resource for you because they are more personalized than the federal financial aid system. Click on your state below!
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