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Are you concerned that your financial aid award doesn't reflect your current financial circumstances? If so, you're not alone.
When you apply for aid through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, the federal government is very specific about which tax returns parents and independent students should submit.
At Nitro, we want to help you get through the FAFSA with as little pain as possible. Here, we've hunted down the answers to your latest and most-pressing FAFSA questions.
Psst ... you can also check out our Step-By-Step Guide To Completing The 2018-2019 FAFSA Questions.
As if the process of choosing and applying to colleges isn't hard enough, along comes the FAFSA form. There are tons of benefits to filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) but that doesn't mean it's a simple process. In fact, at NitroCollege, we've got a whole section of our blog and a downloadable e-book dedicated to things you should know about filling out your FAFSA form. And one thing that makes the FAFSA even less straightforward is parent marital status.
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.
If you’re planning on applying for FAFSA (a.k.a., the Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for 2018-2019, there are a few changes you should be aware of.
We spoke to John Haggerty, the assistant director of financial aid at Swarthmore College, to find out what students and parents need to know for the coming year.