Many are misinformed when it comes to the FAFSA. They believe that they make too much money to qualify for any kind of financial aid—and they decide not to file. That is the worst mistake you can make.
Sallie Mae brought their expertise on the FAFSA and paying for college to CampusChat, Wednesday, September 21, 2016. Read the Q&A for expert FAFSA tips.
The FAFSA is coming! Starting on October 1, students can submit the FAFSA. The changes mean high school seniors can apply for financial aid for their 2017-18 freshman year of college and submit the FAFSA in October using tax information from their parents 2015 income tax returns.
File the FAFSA to secure money for college. This should be a mandatory part of the college process and always the first step in college financial planning.
Sallie Mae was our guest on this week’s #CampusChat. During the chat, Sallie Mae discussed the new FAFSA changes and gave some excellent tips for parents and students. If you missed the chat, following is the Q&A.
The FAFSA will be available on January 1. What should parents know about filing? How will the new FAFSA rules affect parents and students? When will these rules take affect?