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Gateway to College

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Brittanie Dempsey

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Transcript of Gateway to College

How to apply for Federal Financial Aid

Step 1 - Create a federal student aid id (FSA id)
https://fsaid.ed.gov
Step 2 - Complete the 2018/2019 fafsa
fafsa.gov
Step 3 - financial aid application procedures
After you complete the FAFSA:
Information is sent to schools you listed
Step 4
Submit any additional documentation to the school
Monitor your myMadisonCollege account - Message Center and To Do list
Monitor your Madison College student email
Receive Award Notice - Message & Email
Determine which types of aid to accept
Complete any next steps
FAFSA WORKSHOPS:

Monday - Friday

1:30pm

Register Online!
https://madisoncollege.edu/paying-for-college
Student Employment
Federal Work Study
Student Help Program
off campus & summer employment
http://madisoncollege.edu/scholarships
REMEMBER TO USE DIFFERENT EMAIL ADDRESSES!
"Early FAFSA" debuted
October 1st, 2016

2019/2020 FAFSA will be
available October 1st, 2018
.fafsa.gov
Requirements to Apply - The following requirements must be met by the application deadline of April 29th:

You must be accepted into a program
You must have a 2.0 GPA or higher
You must be enrolled in 6 or more credits for the upcoming semester
You must complete a FAFSA
Foundation Scholarships
Questions?
studentloans.gov

Master Promissory Note
Loan Entrance Counseling

Gateway to College
What do I need to complete the FAFSA?

Your Social Security Number or
Your Alien Registration Number (if you are not
a U.S. citizen)

Your 2016 federal income tax returns,
W-2s, and other records of money earned

Bank statements and records of investments

Records of untaxed income

An FSA ID to sign electronically

1. Grants & Scholarships
2. Subsidized loan
3. Work study
4. unsubsidized loan

saltmoney.org/madison-college
Check with your school's Foundation Office for Scholarships!
What factors influence my credit report?
Build your credit history: starting out
Pay ALL bills on time
Limit number of open credit lines
Keep balances and credit limits low
Be selective about what you apply for
Be aware of predatory lenders
use the IRS Data Retrieval tool to import you and your parent's tax information for you!
Types of Loans
Private/alterntative loans
*Non-federal educational loans available from a variety of lending institutions (ie: UWCU)

*Approval contingent on credit check

*FASTChoice
Subsidized Loans
*Need-based

*Interest free while in school

*In-school deferment
unsubsidized Loans
*Non-need based

*Interest accrues right away

*In-school deferment
parent plus loan
*Money in the Parent's name

*Interest accrues right away

*Payments begin once the loan is fully disbursed
- In-school deferment option
Subsidized Loans
*Need-based

*Interest free while in school

*In-school deferment
unsubsidized Loans
*Non-need based

*Interest accrues right away

*In-school deferment
parent plus loan
*Money in the Parent's name

*Interest accrues right away

*Payments begin once the loan is fully disbursed
- In-school deferment option
Private/alterntative loans
*Non-federal educational loans available from a variety of lending institutions (ie: UWCU)

*Approval contingent on credit check

*FASTChoice
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