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Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) - Through the MSEP, public and private institutions charge students a reduced tuition rate. Students must enroll as a non-resident student at a participating MSEP camput to receive the discount.

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CSS/Financial Aid Profile - Some colleges also require the completion of the College Board's CSS/Financial Aid Profile. Very few colleges across the country require this application, for example, Augsburg, Carleton, Gustavus, Macalester, and St. Olaf require it in Minnesota. Be sure that your college requires it as there is a fee included. To register electronically, students may go to www.collegeboard.com and click on "profile online," or call 800-778-6888 AFTER completing a worksheet.

FAFSA on the Web - The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the federally approved application for financial aid. It generates information for colleges to determine a student's eligibility for grants, work study, loans, and some forms of need- based scholarships.

Minnesota Association of Financial Aid Administrators Start here for the best list of financial aid internet sites available.

Minnesota Higher Education Services Office This is the Minnesota Higher Education Services Office website. You will find valuable information on scholarships and financial aid, Minnesota State Grants, Federal Pell Grants, the Work Study Program, Veteran's benefits, reciprocity, and much more.