FAFSA

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), an essential tool in securing need-based support, is available at high school guidance offices, college or university financial aid offices and online.

The FAFSA requires information from your and your parents’ federal income tax returns. You don’t need to wait until your tax returns are filed to complete and submit the FAFSA. If you haven’t yet submitted your income tax forms, you should submit the FAFSA with estimated tax return figures. There’s no penalty for filing estimated tax figures on the FAFSA, and you’ll have the opportunity to correct information later if necessary.

In the section of the FAFSA titled "Releases and Signatures," please enter "University of Maryland, College Park" and our school code: 002103. When you submit your FAFSA online, you should request your Personal Identification Number (PIN) from the federal processor so you can sign the FAFSA electronically. If you are a dependent student, a parent must also apply for a PIN to file online. You may apply for your PIN at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

The Office of Student Financial Aid provides additional information about completing the FAFSA.

 

 

The best part? It’s free to fill-out. 

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