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- In order to receive federal student aid, one requirement is that you be a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen. The most common category of eligible noncitizen is that of permanent resident (someone with a "green card"), but there are other categories as well. Find out if you're eligible: http://1.usa.gov/NZHDZm
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- Thomas Revelu StowellInter american university metro campus is abusing with the student. they created precalculos of 5 credits without notifying students that they have the option to take it separately, they intimidate student to keep them from testifying against them. many student repeating over and over courses, like 3 -5 times the same course and studen failing without a warming. many federal pell grant wasted and many other financial aid programs. please cut fund to summer because in summer more federal wasted money is wastes, and many more things horrible stories.
- Cori MathersI would just like to say that the University of Phoenix is the most unprofessional and dishonest college that a student can choose to attend. I highly recommend against enrolling in that college. They will keep your financial aid excess funds and make any excuse as to why they will not release it to you. Please do not make the mistake of throwing your money away by going there.
- Still waiting for your financial aid? Start by making sure you have met all your school's requirements so that your aid is not delayed. Because each school has a different process for disbursing (paying out) financial aid, it is best to contact your school's financial aid office to find out when your aid will be disbursed. http://1.usa.gov/P9cLlR
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- Applying to college, career school, or graduate school means more than just filling out forms. For a successful college application, you first need to understand each school's admission requirements, gather information, meet deadlines, and ...pay any necessary fees. Plus, each school has different application requirements and deadlines, so it's important to get organized. Here are 4 tips on navigating the college application process: http://1.usa.gov/Q9PnH0
- Did you know that, on average, it now takes less than 30 minutes to complete the FAFSA? That's right! With new enhancements, like the ability to pull your tax information directly from the IRS, you can now complete the FAFSA faster than it takes to watch your favorite T.V. show. Our FAFSA Overview video will walk you through the process: http://bit.ly/Q8ac5A
- Did you know that the IRS provides tax benefits for education? Even if you normally wouldn't file a tax return because of your income level, be sure to do so! If you don't, you'll miss out on tax credits that would put money in your pocket. Learn more: http://1.usa.gov/Od7Mnq
- Parents: Looking for a way to help fund your child's education? PLUS loans are federal loans that parents of dependent undergraduate students can use to help pay for education expenses not covered by other financial aid. Learn more: http://1.usa.gov/OJRMnW
- The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. It's the FREE form you fill out to get money for college or career school. Did you know that the FAFSA has gotten much easier? On average, it now takes less than 30 minutes to compl...ete! You can even import your tax information directly from the IRS into your FAFSA, saving you a ton of time. Remember: The form is FREE and easy to complete, so never pay for help. When you visit the official FAFSA website at www.fafsa.gov (that's .GOV!), there are help and hints along the way. Don't wait! Complete the FAFSA today: www.fafsa.gov
- The office of Federal Student Aid is the Proud Sponsor of the American Mind. Our goal is to help bright minds like yours achieve your dreams through a college or career school education. Maybe you want to get straight As this semester? Or m...aybe you want to become a graphic designer?
Whether your goal is short-term or long-term, we want to hear more about your aspirations and what keeps you motivated! Tell us by finishing this sentence in the comments section:
This mind will ___________.
- Have you tried our new Financial Aid Counseling Tool (FACT)? When you sign in, it automatically pulls in your federal student loan info & can help you choose a repayment plan that is right for you. It can even help you make a budget based on your financial situation. Try it: http://1.usa.gov/MUFe0l
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