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FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS
Applications for scholarships arrive throughout the school year and are updated on a regular basis. It is each students responsibility to review eligibility requirements and deadlines. Students are encouraged to apply to ALL scholarships that he/she may be eligible to receive. Please see Ms. Aune with any questions or help.

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SCHOLARSHIPS
Successfully locating, applying for, and receiving a scholarship will require time, energy, and patience. Begin your search early and well in advance of any application deadlines. Click the scholarship link below for the most up-to-date local, state & national scholarships. View Searching for Scholarships for help navigating the process.
LOCAL/NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS
MARATHON HIGH SCHOOL GENERAL APPLICATION

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FINANCIAL AID

COLLEGE GOAL WISCONSIN
College Goal Wisconsin is a FREE event that provides assistance to families who are filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), the federally required form for students seeking financial aid, such as grants and loans. Completing the FAFSA is the first and most important step in qualifying for aid.á


WISCONSIN / MINNESOTA RECIPROCITY
The Wisconsin / Minnesota reciprocity agreement allows Wisconsin residents to attend Minnesota public universities at in-state tuition rates.

MIDWEST STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM

The Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) is a tuition reduction program that makes attending out-of-state colleges and universities more affordable for non-resident students.
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TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID
Financial Aid is money to help you pay for college. There are THREE types of Federal Financial Aid.

GRANTS:áNeed-based awards from both federal and state agencies that the student does NOT pay back (must complete theáFAFSAáto apply).

LOANS:áBoth need and non-need based that the student DOES pay back (must complete theáFAFSAáto apply).

WORK STUDY:áJob opportunities awarded based on need (must complete theáFAFSAáto apply).
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2017 - 2018 FAFSA DEMONSTRATION á á& á á HOW TO GET YOUR FSA ID

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LOAN INFORMATION
Always borrow federal first. Federal student loans are cheaper, more available and have better repayment terms than private/student loans.

Federal Perkins Loan:áFor undergrad and grad students

- Undergrad students: loan amount up to $5,500

- Grad and Professional students: loan amount up to $8,000

- College is the lender

Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan:áFor undergrad and grad students enrolled at least half time

- Loan amount between $3,500 and $5,500. depending on school year

- No interest charged while in school

- Department of Education is the lender

Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan:áFor undergrad and grad students enrolled at least half time

- Loan amount between $6,000 and $20,500, less subsidized amount

- Student is responsible for interest

- Department of Education is the lender

Direct PLUS Loan for Parents:áFor parents of dependent students enrolled at least half time

- Loan amount is maximum cost of attendance, less any other financial aid

- Parent is responsible for the interest

- Department of Education is the lender

Direct PLUS Loan for Grad or Professional Students:áFor grad or professional students enrolled at least half time

- Loan amount is maximum cost of attendance, less any other financial aidá

- Student is responsible for interest

- Department of Education is the lender
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WI ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT FINANCIAL AIDáADMINISTRATORSá(WASFAA)

Before Taking Out a Private Student Loan
Estimating Cost of Attendance
Understanding Dependency Rules
Comparing Financial Aid Offers
When to Contact the Financial Aid Office
WI Educational Opportunity Program (WEOP)
State of WI Higher Educational Aids Board

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FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES
Guide to Federal Student Aid
-áFinancial Aid Calculator
FinAid
FastwebáCollege Gold
EduPassáInternational Students

Federal Student Aid for Students
-áIFAP
​-áNSFAA
Mapping Your Future
- Plus vs. Private Loans
- Federal Student Aid at a Glance
- State Financial Aid
12 Common FAFSA Mistakes

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Marathon Area Elementary School • 100 Spring Valley Drive • P.O. Box 457 • Marathon, WI 54448 • 715.443.2538 • Fax 715.443.2230

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