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Class of 2018 text @aaa3k4 to 81010

Class of 2019 text @gls2019 to 81010

Class of 2020 text @rsnell to 81010

Class of 2021 text @glhs to 81010

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1) Go to to compete the fafsa online.  

2) First create an FSA ID.  

3) Use the IRS Data Retrieval tool for convenience, if possible.

• “…the sad truth is that 2.3 million students who would have qualified for federal student aid still do not file the FAFSA.” SOURCE: Journal of Student Financial Aid

• Approximately one in five low-income students who are enrolled in college and would likely be eligible for Pell grants never filed a FAFSA. SOURCE: American Council on Education

• Students who file in January, February or March receive on average more than twice the funding from federal, state and college sources as those who file later in the year.

• More than 1 million students might have received as much as $3.8 billion more in educational grants had they filed the FAFSA during the first three months of the year. SOURCE: Edvisors