Who should apply for financial aid?
Any student who believes that he or she may need assistance in meeting the cost of attending college should apply for financial aid.
My neighbor got more grants than I did. Why?
A student's eligibility for financial aid is based upon a number of factors, including the size of your family, how many members of the family are in ...
If I don't qualify for need-based aid, what options are available?
If you are not eligible for need-based financial aid, many options are still available. One is to look for merit-based scholarships based on academic ...
I probably don't qualify for aid because of family finances. Should I submit a FAFSA anyway?
If you believe you may need some assistance covering college costs, then yes, you should submit a FAFSA. The application is free and many campuses use...
How do I get financial aid?
APPLY. The biggest mistake students make is not to apply because they don't think they'll qualify. To apply for federal, state and university financia...
Do I need to complete my income tax return before I complete the FAFSA?
No, you do not need to have completed your income tax return. While it is recommended that you complete your tax return prior to filling out your FAFS...
What if I don't have my W-2s yet, and my parents' tax returns aren't completed?
Do not wait to file your FAFSA. It is very important to file early and to meet deadlines to get the best funding. Use pay stubs, last year's income re...
How do I apply for a grant? For loans? For student employment?
By completing the FAFSA and supplying any other required documents to the financial aid office, you are considered for federal grant, work and loan pr...
I completed the FAFSA over a month ago, but I haven't received anything back. What should I do?
If you haven't received a Student Aid Report within 5 weeks of filing your FAFSA, you can call the federal processor at 800-4-FED-AID. You will need t...
Once I'm in school, what happens if I have an emergency financial crisis?
Many schools have short-term emergency loan programs to assist students with cash-flow problems. Check with the financial aid office to see what alter...
What happens if I want to transfer from one school to another?
You need to apply for aid at the school where you plan to transfer.
What records should I keep?
You should keep a copy of all of the applications you file (the FAFSA and any scholarship or other applications), letters or notices you receive in re...

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