FEPPP - Financial Education Private Public Partnership


Young Adults

College and Education

  • Repayment Estimator
    Get an estimate of what your federal student loan repayment will look like once you finish school.
  • ValoreBooks
    This guide is a comprehensive 7-chapter resource, providing highly accessible and detailed information on ways for students to sell their textbooks. The guide is written by experts at ValoreBooks, an online textbook provider. It covers how to sell through multiple online and offline methods. It compares pros and cons for each, allowing students to make the best decision based on their situation.
  • Washington Student Achievement Council
    Resources for financial aid for post-secondary education.
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
    Form thatís submitted to, and processed by the U.S. Department of Education that analyzes each studentís need analysis and electronically transmits the results to the financial aid offices of the schools youíve listed on your application.
  • Keeping College Costs Under Control
    Information on loans and grants to pay for college, as well as education data and laws.
  • Student Loan Consolidation
    Details and information on how to apply for loan consolidation.
  • Tax Benefits for Education
    Tax benefits that may be available to you if you are saving for or paying education costs for yourself or, in many cases, another student who is a member of your immediate family.
  • Scholarship Information
    Information on scholarship eligibility.
  • MyMoney.Gov
    Information on college planning, financial aid and scholarships.

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Have a question or suggestion for us? Please contact us by emailing FEPPP@k12.wa.us.