Fall Tuition Due Date was July 24, 2019.
Do you know how much Federal Direct Loan you have borrowed?
Log in with your FSA ID to nslds.ed.gov and find out!
2020-2021 FAFSA will be available for you to complete on October 1, 2019
The 2019-2020 FAFSA will provide you financial aid for the following semesters; Fall 2019, Winter 2019, Spring 2020 & Summer 2020
The 2020-2021 FAFSA will provide you financial aid for the following semesters; Fall 2020, Winter 2020, Spring 2021, & Summer 2021
2019-2020 FAFSA CHECKLIST Everything you need to be successful completing the FAFSA
8 Steps to Filling Out the FAFSA
6 FINANCIAL AID MYTHS
MYTH 1: My parents make too much money, so I won't qualify for any aid.
FACT: The reality is there's no income cut-off to qualify for federal student aid.
MYTH 2: I support myself, so I don't have to include my parent's info on the FAFSA form.
FACT: Even if you support yourself, live on your own, or file your own taxes, you may still be considered a dependent student for FAFSA purposes.
MYTH 3: I should wait until I'm accepted to a college before I fill out the FAFSA form.
FACT: Don't wait. You can start now! As a matter of fact, you can start as early as your senior year in high school.
MYTH 4: If I didn't receive enough money for school, I'm just out of luck.
FACT: You still have options, like scholarships! Check out the Outside Scholarship link to the left.
MYTH 5: There's only one FAFSA deadline and that's not til June.
FACT: Nope! There are least three deadlines you need to check: your state, school, and federal deadlines.
MYTH 6: I only have to fill out the FAFSA once.
FACT: You have to fill out the FAFSA form every year you are in school in order to stay eligible for federal financial aid.