If you plan to receive financial aid, you must complete and renew the FAFSA each year. It takes about 20-30 minutes. The sooner you complete the FAFSA, the better, as federal financial aid is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you need help or have questions about how to renew your FAFSA, watch the short video below and click on the image below to follow along with a helpful interactive workshop. These students have renewed the FAFSA, HAVE YOU???
Welcome Back Everyone!
We at ACCESS hope all of you have enjoyed or are still enjoying your holiday breaks. Rest up as much as possible before the spring semester starts up so you’ll be ready to tackle those essays, lab reports, case study’s, exams, etc…
Within the next few weeks the EdCents staff will be releasing new videos, workshops, and blogs for you all to enjoy and learn a thing or two from. As always, leave us comments and feedback to improve your learning experience with us. Please let us know if there is anything you’d like to learn more about.
You may have noticed that our appearance changed a little. Fear not, you can find all of our videos, workshops, and blog posts within the tabs at the top of our homepage. Remember that it’s never too late to start your financial education, EdCents is here to help you along the way!
Happy New Year,
The EdCents Team
Every college and university has a satisfactory academic progress policy (SAP) that each student must maintain to keep yourfinancial aid in place. Learn more about how SAP can affect YOU by watching Maxiel’s video and following along with a short workshop.