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Get Ready! The 2018-19 FAFSA is Coming!

The 2018-19 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be available for you to complete this Fall, starting on October 1st!  If you are planning on attending the Summer ’18, Fall ’18, or Winter ’19 term(s) and you are utilizing federal or state financial…

8 Things You Should Know About Federal Work-Study

8 Things You Should Know About Federal Work-Study

Homeroom, the official blog of the U.S. Department of Education, recently posted an informational blog regarding the Federal Work-Study program that we think that you should check out: 8 Things You Should Know About Federal Work-Study To search Federal Work-Study…

Check out our scholarship offerings for the 17-18 school year!

Check out our scholarship offerings for the 17-18 school year!

Visit Franklin University Scholarships and click on Merit-Based, Leadership & Community Service Scholarships to learn more. Awards range from $500 to $4000. Be sure to review the 1902 Leadership Circle Scholarship, Alumni Military Scholarship, Greta J. Russell Medical Mutual of…

Changes to Financial Aid Cost of Attendance process

Changes to Financial Aid Cost of Attendance process

Starting Summer 2017 term, our process for calculating your Cost of Attendance (COA) has changed.  This change may impact the way you choose to organize your classes each term. To maximize your aid eligibility, we recommend enrolling for the full…

IRS Data Retrieval Tool Outage

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the U.S. Department of Education (ED) have issued the following statement in regard to the outage of the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (IRS-DRT): Subject: IRS and Department of Education Statement‎ About the IRS Data Retrieval…

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