FAFSA

 

FAFSA

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is filled out online at the FAFSA website and is used by colleges and universities across the United States. It is created and processed by the United States Department of Education.

School-Specific Information

College Students

The FAFSA is required of Undergraduate students at Drew who are interested in federal and state student grants, Work/Study, Direct Subsidized, Direct Unsubsidized and other student loans and need-based financial assistance from Drew University. Information required by this form includes student and parent income tax information from the previous year, business and investment information and the student’s driver’s license number.

Graduate Students

The FAFSA is required of Graduate students at Drew who are interested in Work/Study, Direct Unsubsidized and other student loans. Information required by this form includes student and spouse income tax information from the previous year, business and investment information and the student’s driver’s license number.

Theological Students

The FAFSA is required of Theological students at Drew who are interested in Work/Study, Direct Unsubsidized and other student loans. Information required by this form includes student and spouse tax information from the previous year, business and investment information and the student’s driver’s license number.

Submitting the FAFSA

Once you’ve filled out the FAFSA, the information on this form is sent to the Federal Financial Aid Processor, then back to the student via hard copy in the form of a Student Aid Report, and to Drew University via electronic download. You will need to indicate that Drew University is a recipient in order for us to be sent your information. Be sure to provide Drew’s Title IV Pin Code (002603) where it is required on the form.

Drew’s deadline for new students is Feb. 15, and the deadline for returning students is April 15. If you have any questions about the FAFSA, call 800/433-3243. TTY users call 800/730-8913.

Deadlines

It is important to file early because some financial aid is given on a first come, first served basis.

Fall Spring
First-Year Students Feb. 15 Dec. 1
Transfer Students Aug. 1 Dec. 1
Returning Students April 15 Dec. 1

You will need to file the FAFSA each year you are enrolled in school.