What to ask to get the information you need.
The best way to ensure that history doesn’t repeat itself by students missing out on free financial aid is for both graduating seniors and, of course, parents, to fill out their FAFSA forms ASAP!
Submitting your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) can be a complicated process. From digging through information on your family's assets to decoding income tax forms, filling out the FAFSA ...
Filling out the FAFSA can be tricky. Keep these tips in mind and you shouldn't have any problems. Identify Yourself • Use your legal name as it appears on your Social ...
Learn about how your EFC is calculated and what comes after.
Completing the FAFSA will help you earn federal financial aid.
Don't worry: it's not as bad as it looks.
We've got you covered with a complete list of financial aid deadlines, state-by-state, for the 2015-2016 academic year.
In addition to encouraging students to complete the FAFSA, the First Lady could send your school a special video message or speak at your commencement ceremony!
DACA students are defined as a subgroup of these undocumented students who have received Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
What your FAFSA says about your first choice college.
What you need to know before you file your FAFSA in 2015.
Don’t rush the process – any mistakes can cause serious delays in the process or, worse, disqualify you all together.
Check your state’s specific listing to make sure you know which criteria apply!
Avoiding the topic of financial aid only makes it that much worse in the long run!
The changed to the 2014-2015 FAFSA is considered a step forward for the LGBTQ community.
Why do the government and colleges use last year's income to determine financial aid for the current year? Our financial situation has changed, my husband was laid off last year but ...
I am trying to advise two students whose mother died four years ago and their father died last week, unfortunately. The girls' grandmother is now taking care of them (a 9th ...
Financial aid is an inherently complicated topic. Sometimes students and parents have questions that may seem obvious to people who have more experience with financial aid. But they can't find the ...
I am a single parent, age 56 and my daughter will be applying for college next year. I make less than $60,000, but have just over $100,000 in savings and mutual ...