Student Financial Services
While you can begin your FAFSA as early as October the aid year before you attend, there is a deadline as well.
That deadline is April 15th of the school year you plan on attending.
Please make sure you have your FAFSA submitted before this time to determine your State aid eligibility.
Also, please make sure you follow up with any requested corrections needed by May 15th.
To smooth the transition back to repayment and help borrowers at highest risk of delinquencies or default once payments resume, the U.S. Department of Education will provide up to $20,000 in debt cancellation to Pell Grant recipients with loans held by the Department of Education and up to $10,000 in debt cancellation to non-Pell Grant recipients. Borrowers are eligible for this relief if their individual income is less than $125,000 or $250,000 for households. Get details about one-time student loan debt relief.
Details on this program are still being finalized. To learn more information and stay up-to-date on potential changes, please visit the link below.
Learn how the financial aid process works from start to finish with our easy to follow walkthrough
Financial aid forms and information sheets are available for students and parents.