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The 2022-23 FAFSA opened on October 1. FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid and needs to be completed by all seniors in order to be able to receive financial aid for college. Even if you think your parents make too much money for you to qualify for federal grants, you still need to complete the FAFSA to be eligible for some scholarships and student loans. Most colleges require the FAFSA. To make sure you are eligible for all the financial aid that is available to you, complete the FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1.

You will need to collect some information before beginning, including (in most cases) your parent’s 2020 tax return information. Click below for a worksheet that will help you with the information you will need to have. Also, click below for more detailed information about completing the FAFSA. Additionally, the link to apply for FAFSA is below. 

FSA ID worksheet & FAFSA steps

FAFSA information

FAFSA application


Here are some other helpful links:

FAFSA Dependency Questionnaire

Finish the FAFSA in Five Steps

FAFSA and Financial Aid video

FAFSA Learning Modules:

How To Apply For FAFSA