2013 FSEOG Application

The 2013 FSEOG application will be released on January 1st, 2013. The FSEOG application is actually just the FAFSA and that application applies you for all federal aid for college. When the application comes out on January 1st, 2013, it will be the 2013-2014 application and cover the school year from July 1st, 2013 to June 30th, 2014.

The FSEOG can get students with the most financial need anywhere from $100 to $4000 each undergraduate school year for college. You must file your 2013 FSEOG application as soon as you can after it comes out as it is a very limited grant and the funds go really fast. In order for the college to get FSEOG funds in the next school year, they must give out all the funds in the current school year to show the government that there is financial need at their school. To make sure they get the same amount or more funds the next school year, they give out the funds fast.

When you are filling out your FAFSA for 2013-2014, the school goes by the date that the application was originally submitted, not when you do corrections. It is highly recommended that you file your FSEOG application on January 1st or the first day after that when you can go online and get it done. Even if you do not have your taxes done, you should submit the application then so the date of original submission is as early as possible. This will ensure that the school will look at your application first.

Once you do have your tax forms complete, you can go back and fill in the data on your application. You are not going to be considered for any federal aid until your FAFSA and FSEOG application for 2013 is corrected with complete tax information. The school will actually ignore your application and not even put a financial aid package together until the form is corrected with your complete tax information.

If you want any federal financial aid funds in the 2013 school year, make sure you get your FSEOG application in as soon as it comes out on January 1st, 2013.

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