- Social Security Number of Student
- Student`s alien registration or permanent resident card if not a U.S. citizen
- Driver’s License of Student (if any)
- Financial information from the previous year (ex. for the 2020-21 school year, students will need financial information from 2019)
- Financial information includes the following:
- W-2 Forms and other records of money earned in the previous year (if any) o Student`s Federal Income Tax Return from the previous year (if any)
- Parents Federal Income Tax Return (if Students are considered a dependent)
- Student`s untaxed income records—(i.e. worker’s compensation, child support received)
- Student`s current bank statements (if any)
- Student`s investment records (if any)
- An FSA ID to sign electronically. (This can be created beforehand at fsaid.ed.gov, or at the time of application.)
- List of colleges you are considering.
- Parental information is required unless you are at least 24 years of age or meet the criteria for filing as an independent student as described on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®). Refer to www.fafsa.gov.
- Only parents who do not have a Social Security number can enter 000-00-0000 on the FAFSA.
- You must report income and assets for yourself and for your parents (if you are a dependent student) or your spouse (if you are married).
- If you haven’t done your taxes by the time you fill out your FAFSA, it’s okay to estimate the amounts. You might want to base your estimates on last year’s tax return. If your income changed drastically since last year’s tax return, you may click on “Income Estimator” when completing your FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov. The Income Estimator will help you estimate adjusted gross income (AGI). After you file your taxes, you’ll need to log back into the FAFSA and correct any estimated information that was wrong.
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