Scholarship & Financial Aid Resources

The College Financial Aid Night presentation presented by Moravian University is now available. Please click the link below to view!
Seniors - As many of you know, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)  will be available for completion In December. An exact date isn't known at this time.   The FAFSA is an online application  used to determine eligibility for federal financial aid.  New Jersey also uses the FAFSA to determine eligibility for state grant and scholarship eligibility.  
Students and guardians can now create a necessary  FSA ID in order to eventually proceed with the application.  This is an important first step in the process.  Please see the attached link which includes several online Zoom information sessions offered both in English and Spanish in addition to other informative resources.   The FAFSA applies to students who intend to apply to a 4-year college, community college or trade school.
Log in to your Naviance account then go to the "Colleges" tab at the top of the screen, next go to "Scholarship Search".  (Instructions with screenshots were posted in the Guidance Classroom 2023 and sent to stateliner emails)
All active scholarship applications are located on the "Scholarship Search" page and are listed by deadline date.
Please make sure you are checking the most recent Scholarship List, which is posted on the guidance website, emailed to stateliner emails & posted in the Guidance Classroom for deadline dates and also notifies you when a scholarship has been added to the list.  
Be sure you are submitting completed applications to the scholarship contact, email, address or link that is provided on the individual scholarship.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Honey or your guidance counselor
Important Resources for Financial Aid and Scholarships

The New Jersey Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarship (NJ STARS) Program is an initiative created by the State of New Jersey that provides New Jersey’s highest achieving students with free tuition at their home county college.