financial aid & the FAFSA



comparing college financial aid offers

comparing college financial aid offers

In April, many colleges and universities begin sending offer notifications to students who have been accepted for their incoming freshman class and have applied for financial assistance. Offer notifications list the cost of tuition and fees plus the amount of financial aid available through the school.

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understanding professional judgment in financial aid

understanding professional judgment in financial aid

Professional judgment is the ability of a financial aid administrator to reassess a student's financial aid due to special or unusual circumstances.

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what is work-study?

what is work-study?

The work-study program provides part-time employment to undergraduates and graduates to help with college expenses. There are two different kinds of work-study: Federal Work-Study and non-Federal Work-Study.

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the student aid report

the student aid report

The Student Aid Report (SAR) summarizes the information you report on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The schools you list on your FAFSA will have access to your SAR and will use the information to determine if you are eligible for federal student aid.

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financial aid 101

financial aid 101

Are you clueless about the financial aid process? The following will give you an overview of the financial aid basics you need to know.

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fafsa mobile options

fafsa mobile options

You can now submit the FAFSA via your cell phone using the mobile-friendly version of the fafsa.gov website and the myStudentAid mobile app.

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attending financial aid workshops

attending financial aid workshops

To learn more about the financial aid process, you should attend your school's financial aid night or workshop with your parent(s). The following is a brief overview of various topics discussed at a workshop.

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financial aid myths: truths revealed

financial aid myths: truths revealed

Are you confused about the financial aid process because you have heard a lot of differing information? Get the facts about getting money for college.

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understanding the financial aid award notification

understanding the financial aid award notification

Financial aid award notifications outline the type and amount of financial aid families can receive, such as scholarships, grants, and student loans.

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what determines the amount of aid you receive?

what determines the amount of aid you receive?

The primary factor in determining the amount of aid you receive is your financial need. Your financial need is calculated as being the difference between the Cost of Attendance and the Expected Family Contribution.

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