There's a reason that at our Open Houses this year we offered high school seniors the opportunity to fill out their FAFSA with the help of our financial aid staff: the whole process can get seem pretty confusing! Between the forms, the terms, the rules, the types of aid... we get a lot of questions from high school juniors, seniors and parents. That's why we put together this easy-to-follow complimentary guide.
Download Your Financial Aid Roadmap now (for free!) to learn:
- Who should apply for aid, when and how to get started
- How the process has changed since 2015 (your parents may find this interesting, if they've helped your older sibling in the past)
- The answers to our most frequently asked questions
- What all the important terms mean, like Expected Family Contribution and Student Aid Report
No matter what year you are in high school or if you've already filled out your FAFSA, you'll find the information and advice in this guide useful. We're here to help, because we so believe that applying for financial aid is worth your time. If you have any questions after reading it, contact us anytime. In the meantime, check out the guide!