Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Information
- Free application to apply for state and federal grants and loans. Even if you feel you will not qualify for grants, there is a loan in the amount of $3500 for all students, regardless of parent income.
- FAFSA provides for lower interest rate loans for families.
- FAFSA is also the avenue to apply for the Parent Plus Loan.
- All students and parents completing the online FAFSA must apply for a pin number to sign their form electronically.
- Paper forms are no longer available.
FAFSA Pin Web site
FAFSA on the Web Worksheet provides a preview of the questions that you may be asked while completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
FAFSA4caster is a federal aid estimator that you can use before officially applying for aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA4caster will provide you with an estimate of your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), which is an index that colleges use to determine what types of student aid you may receive. Using your EFC, FAFSA4caster will determine what types of federal grants, loans, and work-study you might qualify for and will provide you an estimated award amount for each.
State of Wisconsin Higher Education Board
College Goal Wisconsin
The Wisconsin Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (WASFAA) is proud to present College Goal Wisconsin (CGWI). CGWI is an event that assists students and parent(s) with the college financial aid application form known as the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). It will be held on February 22, 23, or 26, 2014 at various locations across the state.
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Debt.org provides information to help educate students and parents on important college related financial decisions and to provide them with a wealth of tools and resources. Please explore the links below to narrow your search.