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Get Your Hands on Indiana Financial Aid Blog 

Get Your Hands on Indiana Financial Aid

Indiana has financial aid for all kinds of students! To qualify, you must complete and submit the FAFSA by March 10 of your senior year (and each following year you plan to enroll in college). If you signed up for the 21st Century Scholars program in middle school, stay on track. Visit Scholars.IN.gov/ScholarTrack to see what you need to access your scholarship. You can also call the Student Support Center at 1-888-528-4719. Check out the options below, and visit LearnMoreIndiana.org/cost to see all available state financial aid and check full…

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College: More Affordable Than You Think Blog 

College: More Affordable Than You Think

A lot of times when you hear “college” you also hear “ka-ching!” How will you come up with the thousands of dollars you need to get a degree? First, take a deep breath. There is financial aid available for most students, and, more importantly, college costs are within your control. Consider these five ways to make college more affordable: Choose carefully. Your goal is to complete your degree in the best college program, at the most affordable price. That will be a different equation for every student and family. It’s…

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it’s FAST and it’s FREE: All About FAFSA Cost 

it’s FAST and it’s FREE: All About FAFSA

File your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) between October 1 and March 10 each year to qualify for state and federal financial aid for the next academic year. Go to FAFSA.gov to complete it online, fast (average time: 22 minutes) and free. The website includes a worksheet to help you organize your financial information to make the process go even smoother. Make sure you have everything you need to complete the FAFSA and college financial aid information, including: FSA ID (FSAID.ed.gov) Your Social Security Number Driver’s license number…

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Multiple households doesn’t mean multiple financial headaches Blog Cost Home 

Multiple households doesn’t mean multiple financial headaches

– Paige Clark,  intern at the Indianapolis Business Journal Figuring out financial aid can be confusing. Figuring out financial aid with two divorced people can be more confusing than imaginary numbers in trigonometry. Although almost everyone does, or should, apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, it’s still very confusing and no one seems to have all the answers, especially when dealing with two incomes, homes, tax returns, etc. Which was really surprising – I’ve seen the marriage statistics for this country. And after phone calls and meetings, I…

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