2008 Counselor Workshop. OASFAA Disclaimer.
Money from a source other than the family to assist with the cost of attending college
Cost of Attendance (COA)
– Expected Family Contribution (EFC)
= Financial Need
The Federal EFC is the same at each institution.
Students who want to get an early start on the application process
2009-10 FAFSA on the Web Worksheet—8-page booklet containing:
Central Processing System (CPS) notifies student of FAFSA processing results by:
If necessary, corrections to FAFSA data may be made by:
Self identify to financial aid office at college
The school selects the federal program in which they wish to participate.
Many schools have a preferred lender list. These lists are established with the borrower’s best interest in mind. Schools take time to review borrower benefits for the student and parent. But,
it is import to stress that students have a right to borrow from
any lender they choose.
A federal loan program with two types of awards—
of the funds.
Independent Students and Dependent Students whose parents have been denied the PLUS Loan are eligible for additional Unsubsidized Stafford Loans ($4,000 for freshman and sophomores and $5,000 for juniors and seniors)
Ohio College Opportunity Grant (OCOG)—
Ohio Student Choice Grant
Call Ohio’s College Access Information Hotline1-877-428-8246 or