Financial Aid Resources for Counselors/Partners

FAFSA® Toolkit

This toolkit is designed to assist in providing information on completing the FAFSA® (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). From print ads to web banners, our tools help with FAFSA awareness.

Flyer

Print this flyer and distribute copies around school or at popular events. Print on color paper for greater impact.

FAFSA Tipsheet

Get help with filling out the FAFSA with these basic tips and answers to common questions.

Reminder for Parents

Use this customizable message in an email or newsletter to remind families of FAFSA completion deadlines.

Ads for School Publications

Encourage students and families to file the FAFSA online by using one of these ads in your school's newsletter, newspaper, or other publication.

Social Media Posts & Imagery

Remind students about the FAFSA and important financial aid milestones by using one of these sample social media posts on your school's Facebook page or Twitter account.

Free FAFSA Event

Newspaper Press Release

Advertise your school's upcoming financial aid nights by including our customizable news release in your school's newspaper, newsletter, or local news outlet.

FAFSA Fillable Postcard

This FREE postcard will further help promote your event—simply add the date and time of your event and send them out approximately 1 month before your event.

FAFSA Recognition Cards

Use these cards to recognize students that have filed the FAFSA.

FAFSA Checklist

Let students and families know what information they will need to have handy when sitting down to complete the FAFSA.

FAFSA Table Tent

Use these table tents to remind students/families to complete the State Grant Form directly from the FAFSA.

Financial Aid Comparisons Worksheet

Hand out this worksheet to students to make it easier for them to keep track of their student aid packages.

Federal Student Aid Resources

Students and families can preview how to request an FSA ID. An FSA ID is required for students who apply for financial aid using the FAFSA. Dependent students will need an FSA ID for one of their parents as well.

Free FAFSA Event
Questions

Questions?

Contact your Higher Education Access Partner for additional details and assistance.

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