Your financial aid package helps cover costs such as tuition and fees, room and board, and books and supplies. Aid is available to families from a variety of income levels.

The first step to receiving any type of financial aid is to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Financial aid tip

Almost everyone who applies for financial aid is eligible for some form of aid. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) to see how much you qualify for. Frank makes it easy with a simplified process and step-by-step guidance—plus it’s free.1

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Fill out the FAFSA®

Start the financial aid process with the FAFSA, the most important step to get money for college.

Get FAFSA info

Compare financial aid award offers

Compare your financial aid offers to help you figure out which schools will be most affordable for you and your family.

Get tips on financial aid offers

Understand college grants

Get financial aid for college that you don’t need to pay back with grants that are awarded based on your financial need.

Learn about college grants

Learn about work-study

Earn money while you’re in school with work-study financial aid.

Find out about work-study

Understand military tuition assistance

Use the benefits that are available to eligible members of the armed services and can help pay up to 100% of your tuition expenses.

Explore military tuition assistance

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