financial aid & the FAFSA



how to pay for graduate school

how to pay for graduate school

Obtaining a higher education is expensive. If you decide to attend graduate school after receiving your bachelor's degree, you are looking at two to four years (maybe more) of additional expenses. Thankfully, you have several options to help you pay for graduate school.

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financial aid terms

financial aid terms

Are you running across financial aid terms that have you scratching your head? Check out these terms from the U.S. Department of Education financial aid Student Guide to help you out.

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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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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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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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how to make the most of your financial aid office's help

how to make the most of your financial aid office's help

Your Financial Aid Office is there to provide you with financial assistance and advisory services, so you can pursue higher education. Be sure to make the most of their help by performing the following tasks.

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filing the fafsa online

filing the fafsa online

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) can be completed online as soon as possible after January 1. Filing the FAFSA online saves you processing time and increases the accuracy of your application.

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federal student aid PIN

federal student aid PIN

A Federal Student Aid Pin is a four-digit personal identification number that allows you to access your personal records on certain U.S. Department of Education websites and acts as your digital signature on some online forms, such as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

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preparing to submit the fafsa

preparing to submit the fafsa

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be completed by students applying for state, federal, and institutional financial aid. The FAFSA can be completed online at www.fafsa.ed.gov as soon as possible after January 1st of the year for which you are requesting aid. Here are the steps you should take when preparing to submit the FAFSA.

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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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