Only list it if you have already benefitted from it (physically received it). So, the scholarship you receive in 05-06 will affect your FAFSA for the following school year (beginning in fall of 06).Biogirl361 said:does anyone know where if at all on fafsa you have to enter scholarships you were offered for 05-06? there is a spot where it asks for scholarship info but is says if you recieved it in 2004.
Your question doesn't make any sense to me.amartins02 said:Off topic but, I have school completely paid for now (undergraduate). I wonder if financial aid gives anything at all. How many of you out there are getting any kind of financial aid for a private dental school?
Yes, you can take out the maximum financial aid budget to pay for all of your schooling, regardless of where you attend school.amartins02 said:I was trying to say that financial aid pays all of my undergraduate education at this point. I was curious if they were going to pay for private school as i hear that they do not award as much for these types of schools. Although, in massachusetts there are no public dental schools so i assume they take this into account.
1) Yes, fill out FAFSA even if you aren't accepted yet. If you don't get in then it won't matter. If you do get in then you'll want your financial aid to come in a timely manner, which is based on you getting your FAFSA done to get the ball rolling. List all the schools you might possibly matriculate to.frogger33 said:This may be a stupid question, but are you suppose to fill out fasfa even if you are not in dental school yet. I am waitlisted at one school and have an interview at another in a week (I only applied to two schools) and hope to get into one of them. SO, I guess my question is am I suppose to fill out the forms now just in case I get accepted, or do you only fill it out when you are accepted and know where you are going??
Also, if I did a FASFA form back in the 2002-2003 year, I do a new one now not a renewal since the other one was for undergrad right ??
sweet, that is what i figured but glad to have that confirmed.ItsGavinC said:Only list it if you have already benefitted from it (physically received it). So, the scholarship you receive in 05-06 will affect your FAFSA for the following school year (beginning in fall of 06).