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FAFSA Completion and Next Steps

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FAFSA Completion and Next Steps 10 steps concerning what happens next Your completed FAFSA will be electronically submitted to the federal processor contracted by the Department of Education (ED). You will receive an e-mail notifying you to log in to your My FAFSA account on our website, download and print your FAFSA signature page, and sign and mail it to the federal processor. You will also be given an option to sign your application electronically on the ED website. It is important that you complete the signature page requirement immediately, as your FAFSA will not be considered “fully processed” until you do. Your FAFSA will be processed and your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) will be determined based on the ED’s Federal Need Analysis Methodology and information you provide on your application. We will monitor your application status daily until it has been processed, notifying you by e-mail once complete. Within 7-10 days, you and the financial aid offices of up to ten schools listed on your FAFSA will receive a copy of your Student Aid Report (SAR) that specifies your expected family contribution. The SAR is your record that your FAFSA was processed. School financial aid administrators use information, including your SAR, to prepare a financial aid award package for you based on the types and amount of financial aid for which you may be eligible. Your financial aid package may include a mixture of grants, scholarships, work-study programs, college-sponsored aid, and/or loans, and will be communicated to you in the form of a Financial Aid Award Notice. You will typically receive a Financial Aid Award Notice only from those colleges to which you have been offered admission. The notice will include specific information on how to accept and/or apply for any financial aid offered, along with next steps in the process. Some colleges may require additional forms and/or applications for financial aid; it will be your responsibility to complete and submit these documents. Students are encouraged to contact college financial aid administrators to determine exact financial aid policies, procedures, and deadlines. Financial aid administrators can tell you when award notices will be distributed, and if any additional forms or applications for aid are required. They will also be able to answer any specific financial aid questions you have. Because you must file a new FAFSA each year to be considered for most types of financial aid, including non-need-based federal aid, we will notify you in the fall when it is time to renew your application for the coming academic year.
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