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We Offer Phone and In Person Counseling

 

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We have simplified the process of filing the FAFSA, renewing the FAFSA and completing the CSS Profile.  

Filing the FAFSA is the first step in applying for more than 90% of the millions of dollars set aside for federal and state financial aid. 

 

To File Your FAFSA, schedule a One-on-One appointment with an experienced financial aid counselor.

 

 

 

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Please note that this site is not affiliated with the Department of Education.  FinancialAidPrep.com and Financial Aid Preparation Services provide student financial aid advisory, consultation and preparation services. 
The FAFSA can be filed for free, without professional assistance at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

Disclaimer:

We  will personally review each application prior to filing to help reduce the possibility for errors and omissions that may result in rejections and delays. However, because we do not independently verify the accuracy of information provided to us by subscribers, and because rules and regulations do change, we cannot guarantee that all applications will be error-free or will not be selected for verification.

Many types of financial aid are limited and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Therefore, it is highly recommended that students file their FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1st (the date the federal processor begins accepting applications), or at least by their individual state and school filing deadlines, in order to receive consideration for the maximum amount of financial aid for which they may be eligible. Actual financial aid eligibility and award packages are determined by federal and state agencies and the financial aid offices of individual schools, and are beyond our control.

We strongly encourage all students to check with their school’s financial aid office to determine their exact financial aid policies, procedures, requirements and deadlines, and to file early.