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    Exclamation Fill out your Financial Aid forms NOW

    For those of you who are thinking of going to college, fill out the Federal Financial Aid forms as soon as possible. If the Feds are handing money out, reach out & grab your chunk of it!

    http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

    Here's an article that could help as well:
    http://www.detnews.com/2004/schools/...a03-300978.htm

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    But aren't we suppose to be accepted to a college first to fill out a form?

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    The deadline for 2005-2006 is like June 2006 but if you submit it then, you'll have to front all the costs for that year yourself. I'm pretty sure that they require your financial info well before you get into the school to move things along a lot easier.

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    Hrm.. I was reading in the website..you have to be an American Resident or eligible non-resident. ...Any idea what an eligible non-resident means? ^^;

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayneko
    Hrm.. I was reading in the website..you have to be an American Resident or eligible non-resident. ...Any idea what an eligible non-resident means? ^^;
    A eligible non-resident might mean a US citizen living abroad and plans on coming back stateside for their education. That'd be my guess.

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    If anyone's interested in an art scholarship..

    http://www.straightforwardmedia.com/art/index.php

    Also ask for in-campus jobs and such. ^_^ S'what I'm gonna do when I visit Rsad. o_o;

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    Quote Originally Posted by jejuhorse
    But aren't we suppose to be accepted to a college first to fill out a form?
    If I remember right, I think you put down several choices as to which school you think you'll be attending.

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    ooh.. this sounds sweet!..

    I'm an american citizen.. But live outside the States.. Can I still apply for it? I'm just about to search for lot of scholarsips now..

    If any of you guys have any more tips on where scholarships to be found please inform me... I'm also looking for scholarships in the US as well as Sweden. so any info would help!..

    Any other of you that are about to try to get in art school? would be cool to get in touch with you guys!..

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    Quote Originally Posted by M!k3
    ooh.. this sounds sweet!..

    I'm an american citizen.. But live outside the States.. Can I still apply for it? I'm just about to search for lot of scholarsips now..

    If any of you guys have any more tips on where scholarships to be found please inform me... I'm also looking for scholarships in the US as well as Sweden. so any info would help!..

    Any other of you that are about to try to get in art school? would be cool to get in touch with you guys!..
    I think this is just Federal money meant for US based schools unfortunately. But from the sounds of it, being an American living abroad has to have some pretty cool educational aspects to it as well.

    The first place I'd check for scholarships would be the your counselors whether they're in the high schools or the Financial Aid people at the college you plan on attending.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storyboard Dave
    I think this is just Federal money meant for US based schools unfortunately. But from the sounds of it, being an American living abroad has to have some pretty cool educational aspects to it as well.

    The first place I'd check for scholarships would be the your counselors whether they're in the high schools or the Financial Aid people at the college you plan on attending.

    Good luck!
    well.. the thing is that i'm planing on going to college in the states..

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