FAFSA
  • FAFSA
  • FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid):

    The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the form you need to fill out to get any financial aid from the federal government to help pay for college. Each year, over 13 million students who file the FAFSA get more than $120 billion in grants, work-study, and low-interest loans from the U.S. Department of Education.

    Lots of states and colleges also use the FAFSA to determine which students get financial aid—and how much they’ll get.

    The FAFSA asks for information about you and your family’s finances, including tax returns, so you’ll need your parents’ help to complete it. The first step in filling out the FAFSA is to obtain an FSA ID. The student and parent each need their own separate FSA ID. The parent and student should be sure to use separate emails when applying for the FSA ID. You will use your FSA ID and log in information each year when completing your FAFSA. Be sure to SAVE this information in a safe place.

    FAFSA Facts:

    • Submitting the FAFSA is the most important thing you can do if you want financial aid.
    • The FAFSA is free—you don’t need to pay anyone to prepare it for you.
    • You need to submit a new FAFSA before each academic year in which you want to get aid. If you plan to apply for aid throughout college, you’ll need to fill out the FAFSA each year.
    • Be sure to use a permanent email address on the form, not your high school email, so you can use your FAFSA account throughout college.

    Note:  If you are an A+ student and plan to use you’re A+ benefits for college, you MUST file the FAFSA in order to receive you’re A+ benefits from the college.

    See links below for more information:
  • FAFSA Filing - What to Expect 
  • Obtain your FSA ID
  • File the FAFSA
  • FAFSA Help