You can create a FSA ID when logging into certain ED websites, including this one: https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm. A dependent student will need to have a FSA ID and so will his or her legal parents to sign the student’s FAFSA. It is important to understand that the student and the parent may not share a FSA ID: Your FSA ID is your signature, so it has to be unique to you.
U.S. Department of Education site. You can search for the school you want to attend. You can find out the tuition and fees and other estimated costs. Also find the financial aid office telephone number, financial aid web site, enrollment figures, degrees offered, and much more. An excellent site to begin a search for the college you want to attend.
College Scorecard https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/ - compare schools
You know why to go to college; this site will help you find out how to go (including specific steps you need to take).
Internal Revenue Service
Information on the Hope and Lifetime Learning credits,
education interest deductibility, and other things you need to know before
filing your federal tax return.
National Health Service Corps
Information on federal service-commitment scholarship program aimed at students wanting to provide primary health care in communities of greatest need.
Information on earning money for college by performing community service work through a program coordinated by the federal government.
Check this Federal Trade Commission web site before you pay anyone to find you a scholarship. It lists the "tell tale" signs of scholarship scams.
U.S. Department of Education
Contains links to Federal School Codes, links to schools you might want to attend, the current Student Guide, and other helpful information.
Contains information about educational benefits for veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and their survivors.