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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (known as FAFSA), is a form that must be filled out annually by current and anticipating university students (both undergraduate and graduate) and sometimes their parents in the United States to determine their eligibility for federal student financial aid (including grants, loans, and work-study programs). In addition, most states and schools use information from the FAFSA to award non-federal aid. The FAFSA consists of numerous questions regarding the student’s finances, as well as those of his or her family; these are entered into a formula that determines the Expected Family Contribution (EFC). The amount of the EFC can vary widely, depending on a number of factors; for example, one such factor is whether a student has siblings in college at the time. Other entities, such as the specific college or state of the student, may also use some of these responses to determine if the student is eligible for school or state aid, in addition to federal aid. A Student Aid Report (SAR), which includes a summary of the students financial aid formation and the EFC, is forwarded to the schools listed by the student as well as the student. These schools then use the SAR to determine what financial aid package (if any) to award the student.

Alabama Check with your financial aid administrator
Alaska April 15, 2011 @AK Education Grant – same as aboveAK Performance Scholarship – June 30, 2011 @
American Samoa Check with your financial aid administrator*
Arizona Check with your financial aid administrator
Arkansas For Academic Challenge – June 1, 2011 @For Workforce Grant – check with your financial aid administratorFor Higher Education Opportunity Grant – June 1, 2011 (fall term) @; November 1, 2011 (spring term) @
California For initial awards – March 2, 2011 ^*For additional community college awards – September 2, 2011 – date postmarked ^*
Colorado Check with your financial aid administrator
Connecticut February 15, 2011 #*
Delaware April 15, 2011 @
District of Columbia June 30, 2011 @#*
Federated States of Micronesia Check with your financial aid administrator*
Florida May 15, 2011 – date processed
Georgia Check with your financial aid administrator
Guam Check with your financial aid administrator*
Hawaii Check with you financial aid administrator*
Idaho Opportunity Grant – March 1, 2011 @#*
Illinois As soon as possible after January 1, 2011. Awards made until funds are depleted.
Indiana March 10, 2011 &
Iowa July 1, 2011 @; earlier priority deadlines may exist for certain programs.
Kansas April 1, 2011 @#*
Kentucky As soon as possible after January 1, 2011. Awards made until funds are depleted.
Louisiana July 1, 2011 (recommended)
Maine May 1, 2011
Marshall Islands Check with your financial aid administrator*
Maryland March 1, 2011 &
Massachusetts May 1, 2011 @#
Michigan March 1, 2011 &
Minnesota 30 days after term starts @
Mississippi MTAG and MESG Grants – September 15, 2011 @#HELP Scholarship – March 31, 2011 @#
Missouri April 1, 2011 @#
Montana March 1, 2011 #&
Nebraska Check with your financial aid administrator*
Nevada Check with your financial aid administrator*
New Hampshire May 1, 2011 @
New Jersey 2010-2011 Tuition Aid Grant recipients – June 1, 2011 @All other applications – October 1, 2011, for fall and spring terms @;March 1, 2012, for spring term only @
New Mexico Check with your financial aid administrator*
New York June 30, 2011 @^*
North Carolina Check with your financial aid administrator
North Dakota March 15, 2011 &#
Northern Mariana Islands Check with your financial aid administrator*
Ohio October 1, 2011 @
Oklahoma March 15, 2011
Oregon OSAC scholarship – March 1, 2011 &Oregon Opportunity Grant – As soon as possible after January 1, 2011. Awards made until funds are depleted.
Palau Check with your financial aid administrator*
Pennsylvania All 2010-2011 State Grant recipients and all non-2010-2011 State Grant recipients in degree programs – May 1, 2011 @*All other applicants – August 1, 2011 @*
Puerto Rico Check with your financial aid administrator
Rhode Island March 1, 2011 &#
South Carolina Tuition Grants – June 30, 2011 @SC Commission on Higher Education – As soon as possible after January 1, 2011. Awards made until funds are depleted.
South Dakota Check with your financial aid administrator*
Tennessee For State Grant – As soon as possible after January 1, 2011. Awards made until funds are depleted.For State Lottery – September 1, 2011 @#
Texas Check with your financial aid administrator*
U.S. Virgin Islands Check with your financial aid administrator*
Utah Check with your financial aid administrator
Vermont Check with your financial aid administrator*
Virginia Check with your financial aid administrator*
Washington Check with your financial aid administrator
West Virginia April 15, 2011 @#*
Wisconsin Check with your financial aid administrator
Wyoming Check with your financial aid administrator*
Texas Check with your financial aid administrator*
U.S. Virgin Islands Check with your financial aid administrator*
Utah Check with your financial aid administrator
Vermont Check with your financial aid administrator*
Virginia Check with your financial aid administrator*
Washington Check with your financial aid administrator
West Virginia April 15, 2011 @#*
Wisconsin Check with your financial aid administrator
WyomingSource: Fafsaonline.com Check with your financial aid administrator*

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