Category Archives: appeals

How to File an Expected Family Contribution Redetermination Appeal: JR’s Daily 2-Minute Financial Aid Tip

Todays Episode: How to File an Expected Family Contribution Redetermination Appeal?

Episode 22

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How To File A Satisfactory Academic Progress Financial Aid Appeal: JR’s Daily 2-Minute Financial Aid Tip

Todays Episode: How To File A Satisfactory Academic Progress Financial Aid Appeal?

Episode 21

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This Weeks Two Minute Tip Episodes: July 30 – August 3

 

 

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Thanks to everyone for the response to our two-minute episodes, and to follow those up here are this weeks list of episodes.

  1. How To File A Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal
  2. How to File an EFC Redetermination Appeal
  3. How To Get Scholarship Offers As A Transfer Student
  4. How To Get More Scholarship Offers As A Returning Student
  5. How to Get More Scholarship Offers As A HIgh School Student

I hope everyone is able to gain something from these podcasts, and feel free to Send questions for next weeks schedule.

What to Do If You Don’t Have Your Parents Tax Information to File The FAFSA: JR’s Daily Two-Minute Financial Aid Tip

Today were talking about What to Do If you don’t have your Parents Tax Information to File The FAFSA.

Now if you are under the age of 24 and aren’t married, have a kid, or have been in the military, you are classified as a dependent student. This means the FAFSA asks for your tax information and the tax information of your parents. But what do you do if your parents won’t provide this information. Some students can’t access this information for reasons that are attached to their personal safety and they ran away due to the threat or actual physical or sexual abuse, neglect, domestic violence, or were kicked out of the home for either their gender expression or because they were an LBGT youth.

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What is The Illinois Monetary Award Program and How Do I Qualify: JR’s Daily Two-Minute Financial Aid Tip

Today we are talking about the Illinois Monetary Award Program.

Now 41 out of 50 states offer financial aid programs that often help with tuition and fees at institutions in within their states. Illinois being one of the most populated states in the US is one of those states that offer an excellent tuition benefit call the Monetary Award Program, or MAP.

 

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What Is The Survivors And Dependents Assistance (DEA) Program, Or VA Chapter 35 Benefits: JR’s Daily Two-Minute Financial Aid Tip

Today we are discussing the US Department of Veteran Affairs Survivors & Dependents Assistance (DEA) Program, often called chapter 35 Benefits.

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What Should We Do For Our College Student If Our Family Business Makes Less Money Or Goes Bankrupt: JR’s Daily Two-Minute Financial Aid Tip

Episode 12

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