Infographic about the FAFSA (Federal Application for Federal Student Aid) showing 38% of students receiving Federal loans, 10% tax credits, deductions and Federal Work-Study, and 53% grants and scholarships.
Senior Parents: Have you completed the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)? Filing this form allows your child to be considered for any financial aid & scholarships for college and training programs after high school. The form is completed on-line and there are sections for both you & your child to complete. The earlier you file the form the better your student's chances are of receiving all of the aid for which they may qualify. If you have not completed your taxes, you can estimate your earning and correct the form at a later date. FAFSA will generate an EFC(Estimated Family Contribution) which will be used to create a financial aid package.  Your student received a packet through their English class with helpful information about the FAFSA.  www.fafsa.ed.gov

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