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Student Financial Aid - The FAFSA Forms

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the form you need to
complete in order to be considered for grants or work-study programs. Also, you
must file the FAFSA prior to applying for any other federal student financial
assistance (SFA) programs. Some states and schools also require the FAFSA
before you can apply for any grants or loan programs they may offer.

The FAFSA asks a number of questions designed to calculate your expected
family contribution (EFC). The EFC is the number used in determining your
eligibility for federal student aid. The information you provide on the FAFSA and
your EFC are presented in a Student Aid Report (SAR).

The U.S. Department of Education sends copies of your SAR to you and to each
school to which you apply - you can designate up to six with your original FAFSA
application. Look for your SAR approximately four weeks after you submit your
application.

It is extremely important to submit your FAFSA application on time so you can
meet school and state priority filing deadlines. Applying early is highly
recommended as most schools award their limited funds on a first-come,
first-served basis.
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