Appily's FAFSA Resource Hub

We understand that paying for college is one of the biggest concerns for families with high school students. We've created this comprehensive FAFSA Resource Hub to empower both students and parents with the knowledge and tools needed to unlock financial aid and make college dreams a reality.

In 2024, a new version of the federal student aid application (FAFSA) was released for all college applicants for the 2024-2025 school year. Here's what you need to know.

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Struggling with the delays in this year's FAFSA? Read expert advice on how to navigate the uncertainty.

Simplify the Financial Aid Process

Financial barriers shouldn't prevent students from pursuing their dreams. Our resources guide you through the FAFSA application process, helping you understand how to maximize your eligibility for financial aid.

FAFSA Fact of Fiction

Don’t let misconceptions about the FAFSA prevent you from getting the money you need for college. Learn the facts now.

 FAFSA Filing Kit

Filing the FAFSA isn’t as complicated or time-consuming as it seems. Get everything you need to know about filing the FAFSA here.

 How to Speak Financial Aid 

Financial aid has a language all its own, but this glossary will take
the mystery of securing financial aid for college.

Top 5 Sources for Financial Aid Advice

Here are some reliable places to turn to for advice and insight on the financial aid application process.

Things to Know About the New FAFSA

There are exciting updates to the federal financial aid process that
make completing the FAFSA faster and easier.

How to Shelter Assets on the FAFSA

Learn how you can shelter assets to increase eligibility for need-based financial aid. 

What is the Student Aid Index (SAI)? 

Learn how the SAI replaces the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and how this change could impact the financial aid you qualify for. 

Legal Residency on the FAFSA

Establishing legal residency in a state can have significant financial implications for how much college will ultimately cost you.