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Financial Aid Deadline

jdalu75jdalu75 Registered User Posts: 94 Junior Member
edited February 2010 in College of William and Mary
What's the financial aid deadline for W&M? I've seen both 2/15 and 3/1 on the website.

I know that you just have to file the FAFSA. But by when?

Thanks.
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Replies to: Financial Aid Deadline

  • RixsRixs Registered User Posts: 1,003 Senior Member
    By 2/15 for Freshmen.

    By 3/1 for Transfers.

    I know, this confused me too. It was bolded until March 1, 2010 on one sheet, and then in really tiny font until February 15th on the other, so I missed it at first.

    But yeah, it's due in Feb for freshmen.
  • W&M AdmissionW&M Admission College Rep Posts: 2,321 Senior Member
    Actually, the FAFSA deadline has been changed to March 1 for both freshmen and transfer applicants. However, the earlier you can submit the FAFSA the faster we can being processing your application so should we need additional materials you have more time to prepare those.
  • PeriwinkleVAPeriwinkleVA Registered User Posts: 50 Junior Member
    I called & got an answer on the phone, but I figure I will ask here & get an answer in 'writing' from W&M Admissions (please!)

    If we know we will not get any financial aid & we are going to have our kid take out any student loans (at least this year), is there any reason to fill out the FAFSA? Do kids need to submit the FAFSA to be considered for a Monroe Scholar program, for instance?

    Thanks!
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