1. Start learning the available options early. This can be done as a junior and in high school. This will expose you to the several sources that you can get this help. Before finishing high school, fill the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This is a form that requests the government to aid you in paying the
2. Get your personal identification number if you are intending to fill the FAFSA form. The PIN is normally applied for and sent to the officers in charge of the organization even before you leave high school.
3. Complete the FAFSA form before the deadline. Ensure that it is over by the beginning of January. The last date is dependent on the year you are applying and the mode of application you are following. Ensure that you follow the regulations set forth by the
4. By March, you will have got your Student Aid Report (SAR). Review the document carefully. It contains your financial aid report. If you notice mistakes like tax information, amend it on spot to avoid financial inconveniences in the future.
5. Be on the lookout for award letters.
6. Sign the letter from the
7. Once you have the letter chosen and the FAFSA aid is not enough, your former school staff can help you apply for supplementary aid. The