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Scholarship and Financial Aid Information.

Steps to Getting Financial Aid

1. Apply for admission to the school or schools of your choice.
2. Complete the free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This form can

    be completed online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. A paper FAFSA is available from ESF,

    800-986-4322, your high school guidance counselor, your college financial aid office,

    your local library, or by calling the Department of Education at 800-433-3243.

    Complete the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1 each year that you attend

    college. Four to six weeks after you submit your FAFSA, you'll receive a Student Aid

    Report (SAR). Review and correct the SAR as soon as you receive it. FAFSA results

    will be sent to the colleges you indicate on the form, and the schools will use the

    FAFSA to determine your expected family contribution (EFC).
3. Find out if the financial aid office at your chosen school requires any additional

    forms; then complete and submit those forms as early as possible. Financial aid is

    usually a first-come, first-served proposition.
4. When you've been accepted for admission and the financial aid office has evaluated

    your FAFSA results, you'll receive a financial aid award letter detailing the types of

    awards for which you are eligible. You may accept or reject all or part of the award.
5. Don't forget to reapply each year you attend college. After your first year, you'll

    probably be eligible to complete a renewal FAFSA, which is a shorter version of the

    original form.
6. Always respond immediately to any requests for additional information by your

7. Remember, to stay eligible for most financial aid programs, you'll have to keep those

    grades in shape!



The Education Services Foundation (ESF) of Jackson, MS also serves as an outstanding resource for financial aid. Please visit their website at www.esfweb.com.































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