Welcome to the Simmons Library guide to Financial Aid resources. Use the tabs at the top of the page to locate information that will help you to find and navigate a variety of sources for educational funding.
If you don't find what you are looking for or need help navigating this guide, don't hesitate to contact the author of this guide or Ask a Librarian.
Good luck with your research!
New Library Science Scholarship!
The Brooks McNamara Performing Arts Librarian Scholarship acknowledges outstanding professional accomplishments of promising students currently enrolled in MLIS or archival training programs specializing in performing arts librarianship.
This year’s theme is: “Theatre Library Association: The Next Seventy-five Years.” The theme is open, but some possible topics may include: How do we continue to serve users in diverse and innovative ways? How can we support artists in their creative endeavors? How can we mentor a new generation of performing arts librarians and archivists?
Interested students are encouraged to apply by submitting the application form and supporting materials by June 28, 2013. Applications will be screened by the Scholarship Committee.
The winner will receive a $500 check and a one-year complimentary TLA membership. The essay will be published in BROADSIDE, TLA’s online newsletter. The Scholarship winner will be publicly announced in October 2013.
How to Pay for College
Watch the video below as financial aid consultant Paul Wrubel presents an introduction to college funding.This is the first of 12 informative segments he presents on this topic, and the remaining installments can be seen on YouTube.