Georgia Student Finance Commission. Financial Aid 101 . Georgia’s HOPE Scholarship Program. Largest Non-Need Based Program in the Nation Students must meet: A cademic Requirement of a 3.0 GPA in academic core classes* C itizenship R esidency E nroll in a HOPE eligible school in Georgia.
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Financial Aid 101
*Award amount will vary by year depending on receipts from lottery commission and expenditures of HOPE dollars
*Test requirements must be met in single test administration.
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College Cost of Attendance (Determined by the School)
Minus the Expected Family Contribution
Equals the Amount of Need Based Aid
for which the student may qualify
should file a FAFSA after January 1, 2012!
It is the GATEWAY to accessing money
to pay for college
Apply for the FAFSA by visiting GAcollege411.org
An updated FAFSA is also required each school year
Federal Application for Student AidASSIGNMENT FOR SENIORS:visit: www.pin.ed.gov and request a FAFSA PINEvery student applying Federal Student Aid must request a Federal Student Aid PIN BEFORE you can electronically submit the 2012 FAFSA application!
These questions will determine whether the student is a dependent or independent student. These are the only questions that the Government uses in making this determination.
“Parent” refers to the biological or adoptive parent.
In case of divorce or separation give information about the parent you lived with most during the last 12 months.
If your divorced or widowed parent has remarried, also provide information about your stepparent.
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Georgia Student Finance Commission