If my EFC is 0, will the federal(state) financial aid cover all of my tuition?

Answer No.An EFC score of zero tells you two certain things - that your financial aid application classifies you as a student who demonstrates "exceptional need", and that you will qualify for at least on... Read More »

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How many years will FAFSA supply financial aid for college tuition?

FAFSA only determines your ELIGIBILITY for Federal and other aid. FAFSA does not determine what or how much aid you will actually receive - the financial aid office at your college determines that... Read More »

Will the government cover my college tuition?

It depends. You have to fill out a FAFSA and they'll tell you how much they'll give to you. You might get enough with grants or you might need to get loans as well. It's all depending on your fi... Read More »

Will the stafford or any other non-credit based federal loan cover my whole $15,000 undergrad tuition?

Here are the current limits for the Stafford loan:Dependent Annual loan limit Freshman $2,625* Sophomore $3,500* Junior or senior $5,500 Independent Annual loan limit Freshman $6,625* Sophomore $7,... Read More »

How to Transfer Financial Aid Money to Pay for College Tuition?

There are several ways to pay for college tuiton and expenses. A student and her parents can set up a personal payment plan through the college or they can apply for private loans, usually through ... Read More »