FAFSA (2)

29
May
How Long Does the FAFSA Take to Complete & Process?

The FAFSA takes around 1 hour to complete if you do it online or 3 hours if you do it by paper. It takes around 3 to 5 days to receive the results if you include an email or 7 to 10 days if you only included a physical address.

Posted in: FAFSA (2), Financial Aid,
29
May
How Many Times Should You File the FAFSA?

You’ll need to fill out the FAFSA once per year, every year that you’re attending school and want financial aid. Even if you don't need federal student loans or think you'll qualify for grants or scholarships, you should still fill it out just in case you do.

Posted in: FAFSA (2), Financial Aid, Student Loans,
29
May
How to File the FAFSA When You Don’t Live With Your Parents

If you don't live with your parents, you may be considered an independent student in terms of the FAFSA. This will likely increase the amount of aid that you're eligible for.

Posted in: FAFSA (2), Financial Aid, Student Loans,
29
May
Should You Include Your Spouse’s Income on the FAFSA?

If you are married and live with your spouse, you must include his or her income on your FAFSA.

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29
May
What is Considered Legal Residence on the FAFSA?

Your legal residence for the FAFSA typically is where your parents or legal guardians live. There are, however, often situations where the answer isn't so clear such as when your parents live in different locations.

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