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Seniors: Act Now!

Seniors need to apply for financial aid beginning October 1, 2019! Go to this website to start filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): https://fafsa.ed.gov/. You need to complete this process ASAP since funds are on a first come first served basis.

The student and a parent/guardian will need an FSA ID in order to complete the financial aid application (FAFSA). You can go ahead and obtain the FSA ID prior to October 1 by following this link: fsaid.ed.gov (Remember this username and password!)

Information you need to complete your FAFSA
Have this information available to complete the process.

  • Social Security Number
  • Records of income, such as income earned from work and business, child support paid or received and any other untaxed income. If you have them, refer to the
    W-2 Forms or Federal Income Tax Return IRS 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ (If you are filling out the 2020-2021 FAFSA, you will need 2018 income tax information)
  • Information about assets, such as savings, CD's, stock options, bonds, 529 plans, and other college savings programs; and investment real estate, business, and farm
  • Driver's license number, if you have one
  • Dates of birth (month, day, and year)
  • Month and year of marriage, separation, divorce, or other change in marital status
  • Alien registration number, if you (student) are not a US citizen

Additional Information

  • Parental information is required unless you are at least 24 years of age or meet the criteria for filing as an independent student (as described on the FAFSA form)
  • You must report income and assets for yourself and for your parents (if you are a dependent student) or your spouse (if you are married).
  • Use income records that were filed for the year prior to the academic year for which you are applying. For instance, if you are filling out the 2020-2021 FAFSA, you will need 2018 income tax information.

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Watch out for scams!

Do not fall prey to scams. To avoid scholarship and financial aid scams, visit the Federal Trade Commission's Scholarship Scams Website.