Quiz

   
  Do you have a desire to serve your country in the military? Well, don’t think you have to give up on your dreams of going to college in order to become a great solider. Various federal programs offer college assistance in exchange for service to our country. Which of these programs will allow you to attend school and serve in the military on the side?  
  1 ROTC  
  2 National Guard  
  3 Reservists  
  4 All of the above  
   
  Grants and scholarships are a great way to pay for college because the money does not have to be paid back. It is a good idea to apply for grants and scholarships and exhaust any “FREE” money opportunities you have before you decide to take out money that does require repayment, such as a student loan. Many different organizations offer grants to students, such as  
  1 Businesses and community organizations  
  2 State and federal governments  
  3 Civic groups  
  4 All of the above  
   
  The Super Bowl is a time where friends and family get together to bond over junk food and favorite sports teams. But this year, when everyone is thinking about football, you could be planning for college! Do you know what College Goal Sunday is all about?  
  1 College football tryouts.  
  2 College students reenacting their favorite Super Bowl Sunday Games.  
  3 A day that financial aid professionals from across the state gather to help students complete the FAFSA.  
  4 A statewide college Super Bowl party!  
   
  Do you know all the types of Financial Aid available to students? You have probably heard of student loans; however that is just one option students may choose to pay for college. Test your knowledge of financial aid by choosing which one of the following is not a type of financial aid:  
  1 Loans  
  2 Grants  
  3 Scholarships  
  4 Savings Accounts  
   
  Financial Aid comes in many forms—grants, scholarships, loans, work study, and waivers—just to name a few. Although it is important to be prepared and well informed about your financial aid options, researching this all on your own can send you into a state of information overload. The university offers “Financial Aid Night” to parents and students for the purpose of _________________?  
  1 Naming financial aid recipients and distributing their award money.  
  2 Sponsoring a big financial aid party with door prizes and drawings for more money for college—must be present to win!  
  3 A financial aid workshop dedicated to help parents and students learn more about financial aid.  
  4 A convention for financial aid counselors to get together and compare notes on how to improve their university financial aid services.  
     
Back to Top