FAFSA® for Current Students

As a result of the FAFSA Simplification ActFederal Student Aid is updating the FAFSA® process to expand access to federal student aid and provide a more accessible, streamlined experience for students and families. The FAFSA® is now available on the Federal Student Aid website.

What you can do now

Complete your FAFSA®

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Attend a Workshop

Our workshops will give you an overview of what you can expect when filing the FAFSA®, and we will be available to answer your questions.

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Send us your questions or drop in to our office Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.

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File your FAFSA®

The 2024-2025 FAFSA® is now open; however, submitted FAFSAs are not currently being processed by the Department of Education, and students cannot make corrections.



Changes to the FAFSA®

Shorter Form

The form now contains far fewer questions, a direct data exchange with the IRS and a new formula for calculating aid.

FSA ID Requirements

Both students and parents must now create a Student Aid Account (FSA ID) before starting their FAFSA® application.

Delays in Aid Packaging

Expected delays in receiving FAFSA® data might push back until mid-March, affecting our ability to process and offer student aid promptly.

Divorced/Separated Parents

The method for assessing contributions has been updated, possibly affecting which parent’s information is required.

Family Farms and Businesses

Now included in financial assessments, potentially altering aid calculations for some families.

Household College Students

The previous consideration for multiple students in higher education from the same family has been removed, potentially decreasing aid for some.