The FAFSA is the free application for Federal Student Aid and opens every year on October 1 for the school year starting the following fall.Continue Reading
Do I Get More Financial Aid If I Am Independent?
You may potentially receive more financial aid if you are independent and thus no longer considered a dependent for your parents.Continue Reading
How Do Colleges Determine Financial Need?
Most financial aid is based on financial need; the difference between the college’s cost of attendance and your Expected Family Contribution.Continue Reading
Completed the FAFSA. Congratulations. What Comes Next.
When you complete the FAFSA, you’ll need to list schools you’re interested in attending. Your FAFSA application is sent to those schools, and the ones that you’ve applied to and been accepted to will send you financial aid offer letters stating how much you can receive in financial aid.Continue Reading
6 Items to Complete the FAFSA Faster
The FAFSA can be completed in about 30 minutes if you know what to expect and have the information you need at your fingertips.Continue Reading
The FAFSA is the First Step in the Financial Aid Process but What is It?
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be completed every year by students seeking financial aid. Financial aid includes grants, scholarships, work-study programs and student loans. The application is free to complete. Don’t let anyone scam you and offer to complete it for a fee.Continue Reading
The Answer Sheet: FAFSA
An answer sheet for all the trending FAFSA questions. Find answers to what everyone else has been asking about.Continue Reading