Early Awareness E-News

May 2024
Vol. 16 – Issue 5

Resources to help with FAFSA corrections

This week, the Department of Education is emailing students and contributors who still need to make a correction to a 2024-25 FAFSA form, as well as to those who started a form, but did not yet submit it.

Accessing the 2024-25 FAFSA may be easier now for those without a Social Security number

The gate restricting entry to the FAFSA for some students and their parents has been opened by the Department of Education.

Nine reasons why a student wouldn’t ask a parent to provide information on the FAFSA

For most students, applying for financial aid for college is not a solo act.

Five facts everyone should know about parent student loans

Saving for college can be tough.

Think twice before you answer “yes” to this FAFSA question

Among the problems facing students and parents with the 2024-25 FAFSA are the wording of some of the questions.

“4 reasons why you need to complete the FAFSA” flyer updated

To help high school educators and college access professionals communicate with students about the importance of the 2024-25 FAFSA, Mapping Your Future created the “4 reasons why you should complete the FAFSA” flyer.

Six things you should check on your FAFSA Submission Summary

After successfully completing your FAFSA, you should celebrate your accomplishment.

The bottom line on financial aid offers

Choosing a college is an important financial decision.

Knowing what to pack for college

If you plan to live in a dorm for the fall semester, you can start preparing now by knowing what you plan to take with you.

May tasks for high school seniors
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