College Financial Aid Made Simple

Simplify your college admissions process and get the funds you deserve by completing the FAFSA quickly and accurately.
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  • Lectures 26
  • Length 26 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 9/2013 English

Course Description

We get it. For students and parents, mucking through financial aid is neither fast nor easy. The college admissions process can become stressful and often families miss out on funding they deserve in the sea of forms they need to fill out.

We designed Financial Aid Made Simple to empower high school students managing their college expenses. In the course we'll cover:

  1. What financial aid entails
  2. The 9 sections of the FAFSA
  3. A question-by-question video walk through of a practice FAFSA
  4. Tips and exercises designed to maximize your returns from the FAFSA

This course includes easy to follow video mashup content, interactive screen casts, and engagement exercises.

You'll also receive unlimited support. This course will continuously grow as we receive questions and emails. Our vision is to make this the go-to hub for financial aid questions on the web.

So what are you waiting for? Sign up and learn the ins and outs of college financial aid today.

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What are the requirements?

  • Required tax and other documentation as described in the course
  • An eagerness to take control of the financial aid process for yourself or your family

What am I going to get from this course?

  • By the end of the course, you will be completely prepared to complete the FAFSA correctly in minutes.
  • Through this course, you will receive the most aid that you and your family deserve.

What is the target audience?

  • High school seniors applying to college and universities for the first time during the fall of 2013
  • Parents who want to learn more about Expected Family Contribution and paying less for college
  • Anyone who needs to finish their FAFSA quickly and accurately

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Welcome
Welcome
00:37
Course Overview
00:50
Section 2: Financial Aid Background
How Expensive Is College?
08:08
What is Financial Aid?
03:48
3 questions

This simple quiz will test what you've just learned about financial aid!

What is the FAFSA?
03:24
Section 3: Before Filling out the FAFSA
Before You Start
03:43
Income, Expenses and Assets
03:57
01:18

Use the engagement material here to record your Federal School Codes!

Your Federal Student PIN
02:15
Section 4: The FAFSA in 9 Sections
Student's Name, Rank and Serial Number
01:02
Student Background
01:15
Student Income and Assets
01:52
Parent's Personal Data
02:44
Parent's Tax Filing Status
00:55
Parent's Income and Assets
03:37
2 questions

Just a few short questions to make sure you understand what is and isn't an asset.

Independent Students Only
00:57
Sign and Date. Then What?
03:51
Section 5: The FAFSA by Question
Introduction to the Step by Step Guide
01:44
Step 1
07:51
Step 2
12:44
Step 3
03:45
Step 4
21:43
Step 5
01:26
Step 6
01:42
Step 7
02:44
Section 6: The Wrapup
Final Tips
03:46
Section 7: Scholarship Strategy

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