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FAFSA for Free Community College Flyer – Classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022
If you are in contact with high school graduates from the Classes of 2020, 2021, and/or 2022, please use this flyer to help spread the word about tuition-free community college.
FAFSA for Free Community College Flyer – Class of 2023
Members of the Class of 2023 are eligible for tuition-free community college! Please use this flyer to spread the word as they consider their options for life after high school.
NextGen 529 Poster — for Older Students
Poster with NextGen 529 information appropriate to share with families of high school students or to share with adult students.
NextGen 529 Three Poster Set
Set of three posters with NextGen 529 information appropriate to share with families with infants, middle schoolers, and/or high school students.
FAME Education Brochure
FAME helps all Maine families reach their higher education goals by providing free information on planning and paying for higher education, career preparation, and financial education, including responsible borrowing. Let us know what we can do to support you!
FAME Business Programs Brochure
Publication describing programs provided by FAME.
This brochure provides information about NextGen, Maine’s Section 529 plan.
PAY: Tips to Afford Higher Education
Use this guide to navigate the financial aid process — everything from how to prepare, when to apply, and what types of aid exist, to reducing college costs and understanding financial aid offers. Updated 2022.
MANAGE: Making Your Money Work
Maine’s guide for becoming financially savvy.
PLAN: Tools to Help You Pursue Higher Education
Follow this guide to get ready for education and a career after high school.
Adult Learner Resource Guide
Tips and information to help you on your path to higher education. Includes money management basics, tips for paying for higher education, and more.
Lifetime Learning Kit
Designed with adult students in mind, the Lifetime Learning Kit provides helpful information students need to plan, prepare, and pay for higher education. Click below to download the standard kit.
Kits can be customized with additional pages covering special situations. View and download customization options here.
Guide to College Fairs Rack Card
This rack card provides tips for students attending college fairs.
How Can I Pay for My Education? Rack Card
This rack card provides resources to prepare and pay for college.
Net Price Calculator Rack Card
This rack card describes Net Price Calculator and how to use it.
Leaving College Rack Card
Leaving College provides important information to students who are withdrawing from college to help ensure successful loan repayment.
Managing Your Student Loans
Managing your student loan repayment is a critical part of establishing good credit and achieving your future financial goals. The five steps in this resource will help you successfully manage your student loan repayment.
The Loan for ME — Refinance
FAME is a resource for those borrowers who are seeking to refinance or consolidate student loan debt.
The Loan for ME — Private Loan
Helpful, local, empowering – let TheLoanForME.com be your resource when it comes to figuring out how to finance higher education. To get started, visit TheLoanForME.com
My Alfond Grant–Poster
Series of posters that encourage children and parents to aspire to education after high school.
My Alfond Grant–Rack Card
Information to help parents learn more about their child’s Alfond Grant.
Coloring book: What Do You Like to Do?
This is part one in a series of workbooks created to introduce elementary students (ideally grades three through five) to three key concepts: career exploration, education after high school, and money management.
Coloring book: Where Would You Like to Go?
This is part two in a series of workbooks created to introduce elementary students (ideally grades three through five) to three key concepts: career exploration, education after high school, and money management.
Coloring book: It’s All a Matter of Money!
This is part three in a series of workbooks created to introduce elementary students (ideally grades three through five) to three key concepts: career exploration, education after high school, and money management.