If you’re a Worthington Scholar, there’s no better way to keep up with your scholarship and make the most of our team than to take advantage of your WorthingtonConnect account. WorthingtonConnect is a private platform only available to Worthington scholars, offering easy access to your scholarship details, and connecting you directly with our support staff members. Our support staff are ready to assist you with any questions regarding your scholarship, college life, financial aid, and more.Register Log In
The Worthington Scholarship Foundation understands that college is more than what happens in the classroom. To help you get settled on campus and learn how to “do college,” the Worthington staff provides individual support to assist you throughout your college journey. See below for the name and contact information of your Scholar Advocate.
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Financial Aid Links
Financial aid can be intimidating, overwhelming, and confusing if you’re navigating it alone. Fortunately, we’re here to help! The links below offer a great place to start when you’re beginning your financial aid journey. With links to both federal and Maine-focused financial aid planning sites, this list should arm you with the knowledge you need to take advantage of financial aid for funding your education.
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This is everything you need to know about filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid, which is required to apply for federal grants, scholarships, and loans. The FAFSA can be filed beginning on October 1st for the academic year, which begins the following September.
Your FSA ID is a username and password combination that serves as a student’s or parent’s identifier to allow access to personal information in various U.S. Department systems and acts as a digital signature on some online forms. Students and parents, if the student is dependent, need to create a FSA ID before beginning the FAFSA.
This document is a comprehensive resource about grants, loans, and work-study from the U.S. Department of Education.
Through a variety of loan, grant, and scholarship programs, FAME helps Maine students and families meet the costs associated with higher education. FAME also oversees an extensive outreach and counseling program designed to encourage young people to aspire to and pursue higher education.
Financial Aid Resources
Planning for debt and student loan repayment can be challenging to understand on your own. These resources contain helpful information regarding debt and loan repayment planning. Our support staff at WSF is also here to answer any questions you may have.
The SLRTC provides an annual refundable tax credit of up to $2,500 if you are an eligible Mainer who is repaying student loans and who lives and works in Maine.
The Alfond Leaders student debt reduction program provides student loan repayment assistance to people who live and work in Maine in a STEM-designated occupation at a Maine-based employer.