Will my dad getting a raise affect the family contribution of my financial aid?

Answer For one, it would effect the school year beginning August 2009. If your dad's raise is less than $10,000 a year, then I sincerely doubt it would raise your EFC at all.

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

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 »

Expect family contribution?

Yes, this EFC is very good. It means that you will likely qualify for almost he maximum pell grant for next year. Which will be around 2000 in the fall and 2000 in the spring if you attend full t... Read More »

How to Apply for the FAFSA With No Family Contribution?

FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. It is a form that students who plan on enrolling in college fill out to determine if they are eligible for financial aid. Even if you are ... Read More »

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 »