The schools that use the PROFILE rely on it to help their institutions determine who will receive their in-house aid.
If a student is dependent, parent information will also be required on the form.
Then, by planning ahead, applying early and following the necessary steps, you will be able to meet your goal. For more information, call us at 940-565-2302 or drop by the Student Financial Aid and Scholarships office on the first and second floors of the Eagle Student Services Center. To apply for federal financial aid (grants, work-study, loans), you must: To receive first consideration for awards, submit your FAFSA by the priority deadlines.
If you miss the priority deadlines, you can still submit your application. However, many scholarships could require you to complete the FAFSA.
If the student is a dependent student, the application asks for information from both students and parents.
However, if the student is an independent student, the application asks for information from the student.