FAFSA OPENS October 1st
Never pay to fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) this is a FREE application. FAFSA.gov
Most colleges and universities require students to fill out the FAFSA if they are receiving a scholarship from the school.
FSA IDs are required for students to electronically sign the FAFSA. One parent of a dependent student will also need to create an FSA ID. It is best to have your FSA IDs before you start your FAFSA application. https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm
(FAFSA) Free Application for Federal Student Aid www.fafsa.gov should be completed as soon as possible after October 1. State Deadline: Oklahoma – As soon as possible after October 1. Awards made until funds are depleted.
Seniors 2021 will be filling out the 2021-2022 FAFSA
|If you plan to attend college from||You will submit this FAFSA||You can submit the FAFSA from||Using income & tax information from|
|July 1, 2021-June 30, 2022||2021-2022||October 1, 2020 – June 30-2021||2019|
|July 1, 2022-June 30, 2023||2022-23||October 1, 2021 – June 30-2022||2020|
- FAFSA and Financial Aid – Recorded Webinar
- FAFSA Fundamentals PowerPoint for the 2021-2022 academic year
Important announcement: Federal Student Aid has announced that the myStudentAid mobile app is temporarily unavailable. The app, which students can use to file the FAFSA, is currently being updated – the new version will be available in early 2021. Complete and submit their FAFSAs at the usual website: FAFSA.gov.
- Module One: Gather Your Information (PowerPoint)
- Module Two: Create an FSA ID (PowerPoint)
- Module Three: Complete Your FAFSA (PowerPoint)
- Module Four: Sign and Submit (PowerPoint)
- Module Five: Follow Up (PowerPoint)
Visit www.getfafsahelp.org to sign up early for Wyatt℠, a free FAFSA assistance chatbot that answers their questions by text.
What you need to know about submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid http://www.startwithfafsa.org/
Federal Student Aid information https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/home
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