Don’t make assumptions about how much aid you’ll qualify for or how much you will receive from a particular college or university. Let the experts at your prospective college’s Financial Aid office help you.
Prepare your FAFSA in January.
Double-check your FAFSA for accuracy and completion.
If you file online, remember to print and save the Confirmation Page.
If there are any unusual circumstances, discuss them with a Financial Aid Counselor.
Respond immediately to any requests for additional documentation. No need-based aid is awarded until your file is complete.
Submit and sign all requested forms. Keep duplicates of all materials you submit to Financial Aid and scholarship agencies.
Notify Financial Aid if any of your information changes — including a change of address.
Ask the Financial Aid Office about different types of aid you may be eligible for, including: need-based scholarships, federal grants, loans and work study programs.
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