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Reviewing your SAR

Shortly after you complete your FAFSA, your Student Aid Report, or SAR, becomes available. The SAR is not an aid offer; it is a summary of your FAFSA and includes your EFC as calculated based on the information you entered. When you receive your SAR, it’s important to

FAFSA: Just Do It!

Many families skip the FAFSA on the assumption they won’t qualify for need-based aid. While that may or may not be true, there are plenty of other good reasons to fill it out. One of the best reasons: You have to fill out the FAFSA to get any federal education loans. Any family who does not have

Demonstrated Interest

What is it? Does it matter? Demonstrated interest is a topic of considerable confusion these days, especially since information about it varies widely. Let’s start with: What is Demonstrated Interest? From a school’s perspective, it’s you, as an applicant, showing how likely you are to 

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