the following links and videos may be used as a resource to help students maneuver through the steps of completing the fafsa and obtaining federal student aid.
federal student aid at a glance. a fact sheet informing students what federal student aid is, who is eligible and how to apply.
college financing plan template. students tool to help understand and compare school aid offers:
fafsa on the web worksheet. provides a preview of the questions students and parents may be asked while completing the fafsa form.
demo line by line webinar. this webinar provides a live demo of the 20/21 fafsa.
fafsa facts and fiction: get the truth - and the money you need for college
this guide addresses the most common barriers to filing the fafsa, especially for low-income students.
• six items and 22 minutes: all you need to fill out the fafsa
this resource addresses the misconception that the fafsa takes a long time to complete and requires documentation that is difficult to access.
• financial aid vocab cheat sheet
this glossary explains common acronyms and terms in the financial aid process.
• job loss and the fafsa: three steps to take when your family finances shift
this guide addresses the professional judgment/special circumstances appeal process and how to indicate on the fafsa that a parent is unemployed.
• the fafsa: the most important financial aid form you’ll ever fill out
this comprehensive resource incorporates elements featured in the previous guides, including a section on where to get help filing the fafsa.