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- General Aid Available (Find out what you qualify for, and why)
- Special Federal & State Programs that Aid Adults Returning to College or Seeking Career Retraining
-All About Tuition Assistance Programs
- Applying Federal Tax Benefits Toward the Cost of Your Education
- How to Save on Costly Student Loan Payments
- Professional & Association Awards
- Foundation Scholarships
- Adult Honor Societies
- College & University Scholarships
- Other Scholarships & Awards
- Financial Aid for Distance Education
- Grants & Fellowships for Graduate School
- How to Maximize Your Financial Aid as an Adult Student and Lower Your EFC (Expected Financial Contribution)
- Additional Savings Strategies
- Includes a Financial Aid Planner & Worksheets

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Scholarships for Re-entry StudentsOne of the major concerns of adult students is finding the money to finance their education. Because they work full-time, receive good salaries, or hold certain assets, they may find their financial aid award is not enough to meet their needs without taking out costly student loans. Too, many scholarships are targeted to traditional students, or high school students and first year college freshmen, and if adult students are transferring to a four-year institution from a community college, they may find an additional disadvantage as colleges can award proportionately more grants in financial aid packages to incoming freshmen, with a higher loan package or "self-help" for the older applicant.

Although many adult students hear about help to go back to school, continue their education, or train for a new career, they are often unaware where to find it or what programs they may be eligible for.

The special report, Scholarships for Re-entry Students: Grants and Retraining Assistance for Adults Returning to College provides information on scholarships, grants, and private organizations and associations that aid adults returning to college or needing to receive certificate or vocational training. Sources of aid include awards especially for re-entry students, women, single parents, and adults re-entering the work force, including money from federal, state, and private organizational and academic programs. Assistance is available for full or part-time, undergraduate and graduate study. Awards range from $500 to $10,000, include description and contact information, and are hyper-linked for the Web. Last edition updated in 2003. A new edition will be available later this year. A free update to the new edition will be provided by request for those who purchase the current edition.

Find out about special federal and state programs that aid adults in returning to college.

Are you a dislocated worker or displaced homemaker? Learn about funding for education and employment training.

Many community organizations and foundations provide assistance to adults going back to school. You may be eligible.

Check out associations and societies that offer scholarships and grants to older students.

Are you a single parent? There are programs and awards especially for you.

How employer Tuition Assistance Programs (TAP) can help pay for your college education.

Find out how to lower your EFC (Expected Financial Contribution) and maximize financial aid as an adult student.

Applying the Hope Scholarship, the Lifetime Learning Credit, the Student Loan Deduction, and the Higher Education Expense Deduction toward the cost of your education, as well as other federal tax benefits.

Save thousands of dollars on costly student loan payments.

More than just another list of scholarship opportunities, the report is designed to help you successfully find the money to go back to college, and save time and money in the process. If you are going back to college to begin or finish your degree, this guide can help you find the aid you need. Please note that the information is for U.S.A. students only.

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I have been accepted to a private college to get my degree on a accelerated basis - needless to say it is very expensive. Financial aid does not cover my needs and I have spent hour after hour researching scholarships over the Internet. Although I have a 4.0 GPA I could not find any resources for assistance as a non-traditional (non-minority) woman. I downloaded your information an hour ago and have already written my first letter to an organization seeking scholarship information! I have seven other organizations from your list highlighted that appear to fit my needs.

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Scholarships for Re-entry Students: Grants and Retraining Assistance for Adults Returning to College is available for immediate download for only $39.95. This is the definitive guide for the adult student, and comes highly recommended. The report contains 89 information-filled pages, including a financial aid planner and worksheets.

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