Fafsa Paretn Login
While the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form is the student's application, we know that parents often play a large role in the process. This parent's guide to filling out the FAFSA form provides instructions for parents who are starting the FAFSA form on behalf of their child
FAFSA Parent(s) Demographic Information Marital Status. The FAFSA will ask your parents' marital status, as of today. Because it is looking for information of your current status (as of the day you are completing the FAFSA), you do not report any future plans of marriage, separation, or divorce.
A parent must enter an FSA ID password to access the IRS website and request tax information. If you (the parent) do not already have an FSA ID, you can create an FSA ID. You must have a Social Security number to get an FSA ID.
There is a "Student" and a "Parent" section of the FAFSA. You can make corrections to the FAFSA after you sign and submit it. For instance, you can use 2014 tax info to estimate the financial information and sign the FAFSA early. Then, once you file 2015 taxes, log back in and update the FAFSA using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool.
There's more than $150 billion available to help you pay for school. Don't wait! Apply now: fafsa.gov
FAFSA ® Deadlines. Many states and colleges set priority deadlines by which you must submit the FAFSA form to be considered for the aid programs they administer. There is also a federal deadline each academic year. Select your state of legal residence and the school year for which you're applying for federal student aid.