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 What does the "Expected Financial Contribution" or "EFC" mean on my FAFSA?

Answer efc is basically what they gov has computed that your family (you, or you and ur parents) will or should contribute to your education. The efc is subtracted from what they estimate your total tuit... Read More »
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My Expected Family Contribution (EFC) = 667. What does that mean About how much money will i get?

The lower your EFC equals the more money you will get. NO ONE HERE can tell you what you will get (and if they do, they are pulling numbers out their butts). Only your schools financial aid office ... Read More »
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An EFC (Expected Family Contribution) question.?

With an EFC of 2156 you would qualify for a Pell grant (free money) in the amount of $2,581 (half in the fall - $1290.50 and another 1290.50 in the spring) if you attend full time and meet about a ... Read More »
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Expected family contribution Parent Direct Plus Loan?

The EFC is NOT the amount you are going to pay your school to go to college. The EFC is just a code each school uses to determine what kinds and how much in grants (and in your case) loans you wil... Read More »
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FAFSA. Our required amount for family contribution is more than we have. What to do?

By filling out the fafsa, she had the opportunity to say if she was interested in taking out federal loans. She should go through the schools financial aid office to do this. Remember her EFC num... Read More »
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