Financial aid is monetary assistance to help students and families with the cost of college, vocational, and trade school education by meeting both the direct costs (tuition, fees, and books) and living expenses (housing, food, transportation, and personal expenses).
There is a new FAFSA process starting with the Class of 2017 moving forward, and students will now be able to file beginning October 1st. Click here to read more about what steps to take to prepare for the change.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required for all federal student aid programs. Both the student and his parents are required to provide financial and other information on these forms.
FAFSA-PowerPoint-Presentation.pdf : FAFSA Night 2018
CSS/Financial Aid Profile
Required by selective colleges and universities
A website that serves as a guide to financial aid and helps students and families assess the cost of a college education.
Financial Aid information from the U.S. Department of Education