|California Institute of Technology|
Families new to federal financial aid and the FAFSA should run don’t walk to take advantage of an amazing offer to receive a free digital version of the bestselling book by Mark Kantrowitz and David Levy, titled Filing the FAFSA: The Edvisors Guide to Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Kantrowitz and Levy are two of the nation’s most respected authorities in federal financial aid. Kantrowitz virtually invented the online version of the FAFSA and remains the go-to expert on student aid, scholarships and student loans. Levy is a 30-year veteran director of financial aid at some of the nation’s leading colleges, including Scripps College, the California Institute of Technology, and Occidental College.
Together they have collaborated on a 250-word guide to every phase of the financial aid process, and they are offering it free-of-charge, as a digital download at http://www.edvisors.com/fafsa/book/direct/. And with the January 1 kickoff of the 2015-16 FAFSA, now is the time to start reading!
The digital versions include the full text of the Filing the FAFSA book in PDF, ePub and Mobi formats, suitable for reading on a computer, tablet or e-reader. Page counts may vary, depending on the type of digital file format, but all versions include the full text of the paperback version. And no personal information is required for download.
Amazon.com continues to sell paperback and Kindle versions of the book. If you prefer the hardcopy version, the list price of the paperback has been reduced from $24.95 to $9.95 and the list price of the Kindle version has been reduced to $7.95.
For more seasoned veterans of the financial aid process or those who are just plain curious, NACAC and the College Board are offering a free webinar on 2015-16 updates to the FAFSA, on Tuesday, December 9, from 1 to 2 pm Eastern time. To register in advance and make sure your technology supports the webinar, go directly to the College Board website.
No longer a terribly difficult document to complete, the FAFSA is absolutely essential if you need financial support to make college dreams a reality.
And these are two amazing opportunities to become acquainted with or learn more about key federal resources.