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Quick links to help you start a plan for college, including how to start saving for college and how to apply for financial aid.

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The Oklahoma's Promise Scholarship Program pays college tuition for students whose family income is less than $50,000 per year and who meet certain academic and behavior requirements.

Check out Oklahoma's official website for college planning. Find out the courses you need to take in high school, the grades you have to make to qualify for college admission and financial aid tips and tools.

Start saving for college now! Learn more about Oklahoma's 529 plan and how contributions can be deducted from state income taxes. Schedule monthly payroll deductions for convenience!

Start your Free Application for Federal Student Aid at FAFSA.gov.

Learn the differences between financial aid options, such as grants, loans, work study and scholarship programs.

Visit a PLAN4College center near you. Conveniently located around Oklahoma, most have a computer for college planning and all locations have a friendly onsite person to help you get started with your search.

The Oklahoma College Assistance Program provides great resources on saving for college, planning financially for college and paying for college.

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education official website provides great information on higher education institutions, programs and services in the state of Oklahoma.

Find out more information about the ACT college admission exam.

Find out what colleges and universities are available in Oklahoma, the programs they offer and admissions and contact information.