Need financial aid for summer session?


Federal student aid can help cover summer tuition if you have remaining eligibility for the academic year. Ask your college's financial aid office which FAFSA® form you should fill out (2018–19 or 2019–20).

 

Need financial aid? Here’s what you could get if you fill out the FAFSA® form.

Grants are free money for school and are often based on financial need.

Federal Work-Study provides you with a part-time job while you’re enrolled in school.

With federal loans, you borrow the money you need and pay it back at a low, fixed interest rate. We provide loans to students and parents.

While we don’t offer scholarships, many states, schools, or other organizations do—and we’ve got a scholarship search to help you find that free money. Scholarships are usually awarded based on your academic achievement or other factors, such as your background or where your parents work.



Grants are free money for school and are often based on financial need.



Federal Work-Study provides you with a part-time job while you’re enrolled in school.



With federal loans, you borrow the money you need and pay it back at a low, fixed interest rate. We provide loans to students and parents.



While we don’t offer scholarships, many states, schools, or other organizations do—and we’ve got a scholarship search to help you find that free money. Scholarships are usually awarded based on your academic achievement or other factors, such as your background or where your parents work.


Getting federal student aid has never been easier.

STEP 1


Create Your Account

An FSA ID is your username and password combination that you use to log in to certain U.S. Department of Education websites and to sign the FAFSA form electronically. If you're a dependent student, both you and your parent need FSA IDs.

SIGN UP   


STEP 2


Submit Your FAFSA® Form

The online FAFSA form will guide you step by step. Once you complete and submit the application, your information automatically gets sent to the schools you listed on your FAFSA form.

FILL OUT A FAFSA FORM   


STEP 3


Review and Accept Your Aid

Your school will send you an aid offer listing the types and amounts of aid you're eligible for. Look carefully at your options. If you're offered loans, remember that you should borrow only what you need, and consider federal loans before private loans.

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