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About the FAFSA
To be considered for Financial Aid programs you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is available online at www.fafsa.gov and must be completed each year that you are enrolled.
Your FAFSA submission will be confirmed by the Department of Education and you will be provided with your Student Aid Report (SAR). Review the information carefully making sure that everything is correct. If you find errors, make corrections at this time.
All Fontbonne University Options students are required to complete the Verification process, providing signed copies of your (and your spouse's) U.S. Income Tax returns and W-2s to the Financial Aid Office.
Using a formula established by Congress, the FAFSA determines how much you are expected to provide toward the cost of your education. This formula takes into consideration family income and assets, family size, the number of family members in college and many other factors to arrive at your Expected Family Contribution (EFC).
After determining your EFC, Fontbonne University will calculate your Financial Aid award. You will receive an award letter explaining the amounts that you were awarded in loans and grants.
Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress to remain eligible for Financial Aid.