In most cases, you will need to re-apply for federal student aid each year you are in school. But does that mean completing a new Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) per semester or per year? Because your or your family’s financial information can change from year to year, your eligibility for federal or state aid or institutional merit-based aid can change as well. That means you will need to fill out and submit a FAFSA each year so make sure you check when the FAFSA is due because deadlines can change.
If you’re applying for college for the first time, you probably have tons of questions. And that’s even before you start thinking about financial aid …
But you have to figure out financial aid eventually, right? If you’ve reached that point on your college to-do list, we’re here for you.
It happens all the time. Aid that covered you in the fall isn't available in the spring.
As the holiday shopping season ramps up and the fall semester wraps up, many families find there is a difference between their budget and the tuition bill due.
But you don’t have to set your family’s educational progress back by taking a semester off. Here are five ways to make up the balance.
We know that filling out the FAFSA can be frustrating, which is we created our step-by-step guide for filling out the form.
However, even with specialized guidance, individual circumstances may make some of the FAFSA questions difficult to answer. That’s why we recently gathered your most complicated FAFSA questions and posed them to college financial aid pros to get the info you need.
When your kid was little, it was pretty easy to say no.
No, you’re not going to jump in the mud in your new shoes.
No, it’s not time for a cookie. It’s time for kale.
No, you cannot smear yourself with butter before school.
When you said no back then it was to keep them safe, healthy, and socially responsible. As they’ve gotten older, it’s harder to say no because they ask for less ridiculous things. You’ve set curfews, insisted they send text messages, and even loaned them your car. You see them growing into an adult right before your eyes. So saying no feels different.