Financial Aid Information


Local Scholarship List as of March 30, 2020


Scholarship Lunch and Learn Presentation


FAFSA Completion Nights:

October 10     at Wheeling High School: 6:30 or 7:45 pm

October 22     at Wheeling High School: 6:30 or 7:45 pm

November 13 at Elk Grove High School: 6:30 - 8:00 pm



Senior Financial Aid Night - Video Recording

September 18 at Rolling Meadows High School at 7:00 pm

         PowerPoint Presentation in English

         PowerPoint Presentation for Spanish presentation


Junior Financial Aid Night - CANCELLED

March 12 at Rolling Meadows High School at 7:00 pm 

Video Recording from 2019 Presentation 

Handouts - English

Handouts - Spanish

Presentation  - English

Presentation - Spanish  



Financial Aid Scholarships
How to Pay for College Stretch your Dollar for College
Net Price Calculator Scholarship Information
Financial Aid Booklet FastWeb National Scholarship Search
Financial Aid Questions to Ask How to Avoid Scholarship Scams
Understanding your Financial Aid Letter  
IRS Data Retrieval  
Do You Need Money for College  
Financial Aid Appeals  


FAFSA is used to determine a student’s eligibility for federal grant, loan, and work funds and is available at no cost to the student. The FAFSA is required for all students seeking financial aid. Some schools may also request the CSS Profile which requires a processing fee.

The FAFSA will become available on October 1st of your senior year and should be completed by mid November in order to be considered for all financial aide for which you are eligible. Please be aware of the financial aid deadline of each college to which you are applying.  
The FAFSA forecaster may be used to estimate your family's potential financial aid any time before the FAFSA is filed.

Fill Out Your: FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

How To Create an FSA ID Handout          How to Create an FSA ID Video

Checklist of What You Need to Fill Out a FAFSA

Fill Out the Alternate Application for Illinois Financial Aid - RISE Act Application for students not eligible to submit a FAFSA


Midwest Student Exchange Program

The Midwest Student Exchange Program, or MSEP, is a multi-state tuition reciprocity program. Through the MSEP, public institutions agree to charge students no more than 150% of the in-state resident tuition rate for specific programs; private institutions offer a 10% reduction on their tuition rates. All enrollment decisions are made at the discretion of the receiving campus and the campus may exercise its right to limit participation or set specific admission requirements for MSEP.