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7 Easy Steps to the FAFSA
Student's guide to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
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A blog post from the Department of Education on the importance of creating separate FSA IDs for students and their parents. Includes a video on how to create an FSA ID.
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A Department of Education blog post on changes to the 2017–18 FAFSA for students and parents who have submitted the FAFSA in previous years.
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Department of Education blog post to make sure students and parents have the facts and DO submit the 2017–18 FAFSA.
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Advice on filling out the FAFSA from the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA).
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Apply for Fall 2018 and Spring 2019
Once you have determined that you meet the basic State and/or Federal aid eligibility requirements, you are ready to apply. To apply for financial aid you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
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How to Transfer Your IRS Tax Information Directly into Your FAFSA
You may have received an email from Federal Student Aid recommending that you use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool to transfer tax information directly from the IRS into your FAFSA. If for any reason the Data Retrieval Tool is unavailable, you can manually enter your tax information into your FAFSA.
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How to Fill Out the FAFSA
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) allows students to apply for more than $150 billion in grants, loans, and work-study funds. Check out this video for info about the FAFSA and the resources available to help fill out this important application.
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A guide to help you figure out who to list as your parent when filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Image via Studentaid.ed.gov
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