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Federal Student Aid Guide: This website contains a PDF version of the U.S. Department of Education's Student Guide to Federal Student Aid (FSA) Programs. The guide is available in English and Spanish.

Student Loan Counselor: Student Loan Counselor, an online calculator, is available to help you decide how much to borrow for graduate school and estimate whether loan repayments will be manageable based on your future income.

MBA LOANS: The Graduate Management Admission Council sponsors MBA Loan programs. Information regarding this loan is available as well as a link to other loan options.

Sallie Mae: Sallie Mae currently owns or manages student loans for more than five million borrowers and is the nation's leading provider of education loans.

College Board Financial Aid Services for Students and Parents: At this site you can compute your expected family contribution to the cost of a college education. Also included is a bibliography of information on paying for college, and a financial aid glossary. Financial Aid Search through the Web: The FastWEB site provides a search of over 275,000 available scholarships, fellowships, loans, and grants available to students.

FinAid: The Financial Aid Information Page: Find generous links here to places such as Scam Alert, Loans, U.S. Government Information, Books and Periodicals, Personal Finance, and areas of special interest related to funding a college education.