The FAFSA may be the only document needed to apply for federal financial aid. Students must file the FAFSA each year to receive financial aid. The College's Title IV Code (003709) must be on the FAFSA for Emory & Henry College to receive a student's FAFSA results.
Complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Learn more about filing the FAFSa.
The PIN is the electronic signature for the FAFSA. If a student's parents' information is required on the FAFSA, one parent should obtain a PIN to use as his or her signature. Students and parents can also use the PIN for signing electronic master promissory notes, accessing federal aid records, and filing for aid for the next year. Visit http://www.pin.ed.gov/ to obtain a PIN or for more information.
The U.S. Department of Education gives the College financial office latitude in considering special circumstances not reflected on the FAFSA. Special circumstances that might call for professional judgment from the financial aid office include loss or reduction of income, changes in family dynamics not shown on tax returns and unreimbursed medical expenses.
Students with circumstances not addressed by the FAFSA should share the details in writing with the financial aid office.
Students not completing the FAFSA should contact the CSA office to finalize any academic scholarships for which the student is eligible each academic year. Returning students who have not previously applied for need-based student aid or loans will continue to have any merit-based aid applied to their financial aid award. Students can notify the CSA office any time during the year of filing the FAFSA and receive other types of aid at that time.