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Finding out which schools received my FAFSA?

I submitted my FAFSA a while back, and I'd like to check which colleges I sent it to. Is there an easy way to check what schools received my FAFSA application? Thanks!

4 months ago

Sure, there's an easy way to check the list of schools that received your FAFSA. To do this, you'll need to log in to your FSA account, which you can do at the Federal Student Aid website (studentaid.gov). Here's a step-by-step guide on how to check which schools received your FAFSA:

1. Go to the Federal Student Aid website (studentaid.gov) and click on "Log In" at the top right corner.

2. Enter your FSA ID and password. If you have trouble remembering your account information, use the "Forgot My Username" or "Forgot My Password" options to reset your credentials.

3. Once you're logged in, click on "View or Make Corrections to Your FAFSA."

4. Next, you'll see a summary of your FAFSA information. Click on the "Make FAFSA Corrections" link.

5. At this point, you'll be able to view your FAFSA application. Scroll down to the "School Selection" section.

6. Here, you'll find a list of schools you included on your FAFSA, along with their federal school codes.

That's it! This list shows all the colleges that have received your FAFSA information.

Keep in mind that if you need to add or remove schools, you can do so in the "School Selection" section as well. Just make sure to submit any changes or updates, and your FAFSA will be reprocessed with the updated list of schools.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.

4 months ago

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