Filling Out the FAFSA Can Be Easy with the Help of Our Financial Aid Advisors

How to Apply for FAFSA: Getting Started Is Easy!

Estimated Application Time: 1 Hour or Less

Gathering documents, completing and reviewing the application and reading the “Confirmation” page you receive after signing and submitting your FAFSA should take one hour or less.i

Step 1: Get an FSA ID

Step 2: Complete Your FAFSA Application

TWS School Code

015733

Financial Aid Year

2019-2020

Tax Returns

2017

Step 3: Call a TWS Financial Aid Advisor

Call: 855-237-7711

Our Financial Aid Advisors are standing by to help you with your FAFSA application.

Tips for Applying for Financial Aid

Getting Started

FAFSA Application Tips

Financial Aid Resources

Find answers to common questions about FAFSA and resources to help you with the application process on our Financial Aid FAQ & Resources page.

What to Expect After You Apply

Student Aid Report

You’ll receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) that summarizes the information you listed on your application. You may not be done with the application process because some information may be wrong and need to be corrected. Learn more about the SAR here.

Expected Family Contribution

Once your application is complete, your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) will appear in the upper right-hand corner of your SAR. Your EFC is not the amount of federal student aid you’ll receive. An EFC is not the amount of money your family will have to pay for school. Your EFC is a number that TWS’ Financial Aid Department uses to calculate the amount of federal student aid you are eligible to receive. Read more about the EFC here.

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Questions about Applying for Financial Aid? We’re Here to

TWS’ financial aid office provides complete tuition planning. We’ll explain the FAFSA and Financial Aid process, assist with completing any necessary documents and discuss the awards offered to you. Call today for your comprehensive walk through of the FAFSA process and free guide booklet.

We’re waiting to discuss how to fund your investment in your future.

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