There are many ways to finance a college education:
➢ Grants (You don’t pay back)
➢ Student loans
➢ Work Study
A Video tutorial—7 Easy Steps to the FAFSA.
S Super video explaining all types of Federal Student Aid
What is an FSA ID?
An FSA ID is a username and password that you must use to log in to certain U.S. Department of Education (ED) websites. Your FSA ID identifies you as someone who has the right to access your own personal information on ED websites such as the () at .
If you are a parent of a , you will need your own FSA ID if you want to sign your child's FAFSA electronically. If you have more than one child attending college, you can use the same FSA ID to sign all applications. .
The FSA ID replaced the Federal Student Aid PIN on May 10, 2015.
If you haven’t logged in to a Federal Student Aid site (such as fafsa.gov or StudentLoans.gov) since May 10, you will need to create an FSA ID before you can log on in the future.
If you already have a PIN, you can link your information to your new FSA ID by entering your PIN while registering for your FSA ID. (This will save you time when registering for your FSA ID.) If you’ve forgotten your PIN, don’t worry; you can either enter the answer to your PIN “challenge question” during the FSA ID registration process to link your PIN, or you can just create your FSA ID from scratch.
Documents Need to Fill Out FAFSA:
As you complete the FAFSA, you—and your parents, if applicable—should have the following records available to help you answer questions on the application:
Scholarship to Match Early Saving for College
Sign up in Grades 5 – 9
Texas Match the Promise Foundation—apply grade 5 – 9.
Awesome Websites with Tons of information on Financial Aid