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    Get to know your FAA (Financial Aid Administator)____________
      10 questions to ask your financial aid office office, because you deserve to know! Besides, they want to help!
 
 
       1 What application materials are needed to apply for financial aid, and does the college require its own form in addition to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)?

 
           2 What are the deadlines for submitting financial aid forms?



       3 When will I be notified of my financial eligibility?

           4 Will my request for financial aid have any impact on my ability to be admitted to college?


       5 Describe your financial aid program, including requirements for need-based aid, merit-based aid and scholarships.


           6 Once my financial aid package is awarded, will additional scholarships reduce the amount of financial aid I can receive?


       7 Will your institution meet my full financial need, and will it meet my full financial need for all four years of my attendance?


           8 Are there state financial aid programs that I should know about?


       9 Does this college participate in a tuition payment plan that allows installment payments for each semester's bill?


      10 Where can I find additional sources of financial aid?

 

This information provided by the National Association for College Admission Counseling http://www.nacacnet.org

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (formerly the National Association of College Admissions Counselors) is an education association of secondary school counselors, college and university admission officers and counselors and related individuals who work with students as they make the transition from high school to postsecondary education. Members of NACAC join together because they recognize that, for students and their families, real choice demands information and communication. The school counselor and the college admission counselor are most often the primary sources of information about the transition process and, as a result, are uniquely aware of the concerns held by the people they serve.

NACAC represents more than 6,000 members at the secondary and college and university levels of education and in a variety of organizations and agencies. Through its members, tens of thousands of students and parents are also represented. NACAC is both national and international; both secondary school and college members hail from all 50 states, U.S. territories, and more than 25 foreign countries. For more information, please see visit NACAC at the address above.



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