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COLLEGE & CAREER PLANNING: Financial Aid, Scholarships, & More

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 Creating your FSA ID
Creating your FSA ID
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FAFSA: Free Application For Federal Student Aid


Seniors - you can file for the FAFSA beginning October 1, 2017 for the 2018-2019 year! Most colleges and career/tech schools require the completion of the FAFSA regardless of whether or not the student qualifies for federal student aid. The FAFSA student aid report (SAR) is used by colleges to determine "in house" financial aid. Everyone attending college/tech school should complete the FAFSA.

Click on "It's FAFSA Time" to go to the FAFSA website.   FAFSA Time

Check out the Federal Student Aid YouTube videos, too! Easy to follow "How To" videos to help you through the entire FAFSA process

NOTE: Never pay for a website to help you complete the FAFSA ~~ this OFFICIAL site is FREE to all students to apply.  




FSAID: Federal Student Aid ID

Both the student and a parent/guardian will need to create a Federal Student Aid ID to electronically sign the FAFSA. Save this information as you will need to use the same log in information each year as your submit new FAFSA information. Click on the link to visit the FSA ID site.  

At students can earn microscholarships for some colleges. Microscholarships are "mini" scholarships awarded for activities such as completing the FAFSA, earning good grades, volunteer activities, perfect attendance, playing a sport or participating in extracurricular activities, taking the ACT or SAT, and even for having a job!

Join RaiseMe to begin earning microscholarship today at  Raise Me











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