One of the key questions that your child’s college counselor will receive at Wasatch is being advised through the financial aid and scholarship application process. Our counselors openly and actively discuss financial aid and scholarships with students and parents for future college opportunities, and help students strategize around them.

Most financial aid is awarded on the basis of need, and most financial aid programs rely upon one or more of the need-analysis services. The most commonly used system is the CSS Profile service, which requires detailed information about family income, assets, expenses, and indebtedness.

All federal financial aid is based on a similar form, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Many colleges require an additional form of their own as well. For most students, it will be necessary to submit two forms in order to apply for financial aid: the CSS Profile and the FAFSA. These forms are available online. If you need financial aid, please contact the financial aid offices of the college or university to which you will apply. The financial aid office at the institution will outline in detail the steps you should follow. Detailed information is also available online at each institution’s website.

Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA)
CSS Profile
eduPASS

Scholarships

The best sources of scholarship information for students and parents are the colleges to which the student is applying. Parents and students should investigate thoroughly which scholarships are available at each institution where the student applies, and then take full advantage of those opportunities, as they will likely provide the most financial assistance to students.

CollegeBoard.com
CollegeNet.com
Scholarships.com
Fastweb
StudentScholarships.org
International Student Scholarships
IEFA

Student Athletes

In order to participate in college athletics at the Division I and Division II level and receive an athletic scholarship , students must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center and meet academic and amateurism eligibility standards beforehand, which you can discover more about via the link below.

NCAA Eligibility Center