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Where to get a FAFSA

Where to go.

 

Over 90 percent of students complete the FAFSA on the web.

However, FAFSA paper applications are available at no cost from:

  • www.fafsa.gov/options.htm
  • High school counselors
  • College and university financial aid offices
  • Minnesota Office of Higher Education
  • Your local library
  • Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-4-FED-AID

By submitting a fully completed FAFSA, along with any other forms required by your school, you will also be considered for a Minnesota State Grant. The results are forwarded to colleges.

The FAFSA is also available in Spanish.

 

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