The USA is a big place, so we narrowed down some of the bigger options that is leading the way in student finance.
Federal Student Aid: A government set-up for student financial aid.
Banks and financial setups offering student loans:
Wells Fargo: https://www.wellsfargo.com
Sun Trust: https://www.suntrust.com
PNC Bank: http://www.pnconcampus.com
DISCOVER offers Student Loans and they have even created a site to compare college degrees – nicely done!
SallieMae and Navient – Also check out their college planning platform and The Sallie Mae Fund.
Scholarships and Bursaries in the USA:
Also check out, FirstPoint USA, a company that helps international individuals looking to study in the USA through the use of sporting codes!
Check out UNIGO it’s a scholarship search engine on steroids!
Another Scholarship search engine is Studentscholarhsips.org, it is also full of useful articles.
Fastweb: Great Scholarship site by Monster.com for students in the USA. Nice one!
Dell Scholarships Program powered by the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, very cool!
Marshall Scholarship has been developed as a postgraduate scholarship for American students to pursue a study option in the United Kingdom.
Scholar Snapp: a quick way to mange your scholarship applications!
National Scholarship Providers Association (NSPA): is positioned to help improve the impact of scholarship providers.
Cappex: They have managed to bridge the gap of college searching along with scholarships in a very simple way. Nicely done!
CampusExplorer: A useful online portal which has a large database of Scholarships for studies in the USA.
Institute if International Education: A well put together organisation that manages scholarship and education programs for students from America. They also have set-up's to help cater for International students looking to study in the USA.
The Dreamers Roadmap is a mobile app based platform which helps undocumented students in the USA to connect with relevant scholarships. A really cool initiative.
Articles and resources:
The USjournal of Academics has a fantastic and fully researched article on various scholarships and financial solutions available for American students and international students looking to study in the USA. Wikipedia as always has the low down! The Federal Trade Commission has interesting articles on student loans which provides some good guidelines on what to look for and what to avoid.
Bloomberg Quicktake on Student Debt in the USA is an insightful look into a heavy financial system that is on edge.
An interesting watch about Student Debt in the USA
This is like the Fun Side of Being Serious in terms of outlying the problems of Student Debt.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Student Debt (HBO)