Pay for College

Research scholarships! We can help! Scholarships are available for just about anything, and they are awarded by a variety of organizations. Counselors at KentuckianaWorks College Access Center (KCAC) can help you search for every scholarship that seems to fit you.

KCAC counselors provide one-on-one assistance to fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Most schools require the FAFSA, which needs to be completed by students of all ages, as well as by parents of dependent students, as soon as possible after January 1 each year.

Call for an appointment to meet with a KCAC counselor or inquire about walk-in hours –

(502)-584-0475 (Louisville) or (812) 218-1669, Press 7 (Jeffersonville, IN)

Click here for a list (PDF file) of what you’ll need to bring with you to fill out the FAFSA forms.

File your income tax returns as soon as possible in January (dependent students should urge their parents to file tax returns early) because you will need that information to complete the FAFSA. Note - you can file your FAFSA based on estimated tax information and update the FAFSA after you file your tax return.

Explore Online Resources

Note – KentuckianaWorks College Access Center does not control the content of these external websites, which open in a new browser window. If you discover a link that does not work, please do let us know by sending an email to info@mykcac.org.

Beware of any Web pages that ask for money to file the FAFSA.

The FAFSA is always FREE!

Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority

KHEAA Even though a college education isn't cheap, it's more affordable than you think. Financial aid comes in many forms, and you'll probably qualify for more than one type. Visit the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority to explore your options.
 

Federal Student Aid

Federal Student Aid Scholarship SearchLearn more about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Use the free Federal Student Aid Scholarship Search to perform a comprehensive search for scholarships based on your personal information.
 
 Federal Student Aid, an office of the U.S. Department of Education: Proud sponsor of the American mind.  StudentAid.ed.gov this site provides current information on financial aid resources such as grants, scholarships and loans. It is designed to engage parents and students who are preparing for post-secondary education. StudentAid.ed.gov includes both English and Spanish videos, brochures, blogs and web pages.
 

 Additional Scholarship Search Resources

Click here for a list (PDF file) of additional scholarship search resources

Click here for the 55,000 Degrees scholarship database