Federal Student Aid
03/23/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
How does financial aid work? You won’t simply get a check in the mail after submitting your FAFSA. (If only it were that simple.) But the process isn’t hard to figure out if you read this: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Federal Student Aid
03/19/2017 at 15:30. Facebook
Parents divorced? Have a stepparent? Knowing which parent(s) to list on your FAFSA can be tricky. This can help. More info: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Federal Student Aid
03/18/2017 at 15:30. Facebook
Financial aid award letters can be confusing, but here are tips for understanding them—and knowing which types of aid to accept, in order: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Happy St. Patrick's Day! And bonus—doing the FAFSA helps you get more green: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Choices, choices. We'll help you know how to decide.

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Starting to receive financial aid offers from the colleges you were accepted to? Use this tool to compare them.

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Need to lower your monthly student loan payment? Switch to one of these income-driven repayment plans, and you're good to go: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Don’t get discouraged if you're in default on your federal student loans.

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Happy #InternationalWomensDay
New to this whole financial aid thing? Basically, there are three different kinds of federal aid. Check them out below.
Decisions, decisions, decisions. Relax, we can help.

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Congrats! You filled out the FAFSA. Here's what's next.

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