The release of this year's Free Application for Federal Student Aid, also known as FAFSA, has been delayed by the Department of Education. This delay will affect both current college students and the high school Class of 2024.
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HOW TO PREPARE FOR FAFSA
Money for college starts with FAFSA
Everyone should complete the FAFSA which can qualify students for grants, scholarships, federal student loans, and work-study.
Balances of checking & saving accounts for parent(s) and student.
A list of schools that students will be applying to.
Printed copies are required for parent(s) and student.
Parents are required to provide the date of marriage or divorce.
How to complete the FAFSA for divorced or special circumstances.
What happens if your information changes or is incorrectly entered?
What to do if you are asked to verify your FAFSA.
Find out who needs to complete the CSS Profile.