Student Financial Aid

Student Financial Aid

Student Financial Aid 2016-17 What Well Talk About College cost of attendance Financial aid basics Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Programs CFNC Resources College Costs

Tuition Required Fees Room Meals (Board) Books & Supplies

Transportation Personal & Miscellaneous Loan Fees Financial Aid Basics Gift Aid Grants & Scholarships Self Help Employment & loans

Merit-Based Aid Need-Based Aid Family is primarily responsible for educational expenses Annual application Basic Principle of Financial Aid Cost of Attendance (COA) at Institution Expected Family Contribution (EFC) Eligibility for Need-Based Funds at Institution A familys ability to pay must be evaluated in an equitable and consistent manner while recognizing special circumstances that may

alter a familys ability to pay. The FAFSA is used for this purpose for federal student aid programs. Application Process for Students Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) fafsa.gov Signature is the FSA ID FSAID.ed.gov *Check the School year*

Citizenship Student Status U.S. citizen Eligible noncitizen Permanent resident with Permanent Resident Card (I551 or I-551C) Arrival Departure Record (I-94 form) with one of these designations Refugee Asylum Granted Parolee Victim of Human Trafficking Cuban-Haitian Entrant

Dependent Students for 2016 - 2017 Answer No to all the questions Born before 1/1/1993 Children or other dependents Graduate or Profession al Student

Dependent Students for 2016 - 2017 Answer No to all the questions Any time since age 13 - Both parents deceased - Dependent or Ward of the Court Emancipated Minor Unaccompanied youth who are homeless or at risk of homelessness Has a legal guardian

In foster care any time age 13 or older Who are the parents? Biological or adoptive parents married to each other student lives with both parents Biological or adoptive parents who are not married to each other and are living together A single parent who is widowed or never married Separated/Divorced parents not living together list the parent with whom the student lived most often include stepparent information if the

parent has remarried Always include stepparent if a parent has remarried Household Size Who is included in the household? Student Students parent(s) Parent(s) other children if they receive more than half of their support from the parent(s) from July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 or would be considered dependent if they filed a FAFSA Other people who now live with the parent(s) and

who will receive more than half of their support from the parent(s) and will continue to receive that support between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017 Special Circumstances Unable to provide parental information Examples of special circumstances Student is instructed to complete the FAFSA with his/her financial information submit it without parental information and then to contact the Campus Financial Aid

Office for further instruction Parent and Student FAFSA Information Students Adjusted Gross Income, earnings from work, tax liability - from IRS form Untaxed Income Other financial information Asset Information including

Cash, savings, checking accounts Other real estate and investments Business (Small family business not reported) Investment Farm (Family farm not reported) Student Aid Report FAFSA Results An estimate of the Pell Grant and Federal Direct Loan eligibility Links to College Navigator for detailed information about the institutions selected:

Graduation, retention and transfer-out rates Tuition and fees Institution type Campus financial aid office gets a copy of your Student Aid Report Application Process

Apply Early Meet your colleges deadlines Do not wait until you are admitted Complete all questions accurately Save your FAFSA answers for your own records Save your Confirmation Page for your own records Financial Information IRS Data Retrieval Tool Transferring

information directly from the IRS if eligible is the fastest and easiest way to complete the tax information Parent Financial Information Type of tax form Tax filing status Adjusted Gross Income Earnings from work

Dislocated Worker status 2016 FAFSA Day Saturday, February 20, 2016 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at most locations Register at CFNC.org or call 866-866CFNC Grants, Scholarships, and Loans

Federal Grants State Grants Institutional Grants and Scholarships Scholarships and Grants from other organizations Federal Loans remember that loans must be repaid Financial Aid Programs

College Payment Plan Private Student Loans Other Personal Loans Dont Get Hooked Financial Aid Package Your Net Cost

Amount of gift aid offered? Requirements for scholarships? Is the scholarship renewable? Requirements for institutional grants? How much remains to be paid after gift aid? What is the process for obtaining a Federal Work Study position? What amounts and types of student and

parent loans are recommended? Information You Might Find On Your Financial Aid Award Notice Estimated Cost of Attendance Disclaimers about the aid offered Reminder to report the receipt of other financial aid you expect to receive List of action/steps you must take to complete the process Terms and conditions that apply to your financial aid offer

Additional Information Verification Special Circumstances Death Disability Divorce/Separation

Loss of Employment Unusual Medical/Dental Expenses Other Tax Credits - Calendar Year 2015 Consult the most recent IRS publications and with your tax adviser IRS.gov has the most recent information and definitions for various programs, including

American Opportunity Tax Credit Lifetime Learning Tax Credit Tuition and Fees Tax Deduction Student Loan Interest Deduction Questions

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