Wednesday, February 11, 2015

FAFSA Campaign Series: 25 Facebook Posts

With the start of each new calendar year, we begin our task of creating a successful campaign encouraging students to file the FAFSA, and preferably file early. This week we’ll continue to provide resources that can assist you as you continue with this year’s campaign.

Using Facebook to Promote FAFSA Completion
The Federal Student Aid Digital Engagement Group has a Facebook page and also has prewritten 25 Facebook posts to make your FAFSA Campaign easier if you have a Facebook page for your financial aid office (you can also share these with your marketing or admissions office). These 25 posts are listed below. You can share these and access other resources at

  1. The 2015-16 FAFSA is now available! Let the funds begin:
  2. HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS: The 2015-16 FAFSA is now available! Complete it as soon as possible here:
  3. Have you been thinking about going back to school? Now's your chance! Get money for college. The 2015-16 FAFSA is available at
  4. PARENTS: The 2015-16 FAFSA is now available! Tag your children in the comments to remind them to complete their FAFSA at
  5. If you're asked to pay for the FAFSA, you're not on the official government site. Complete the FAFSA for free here:
  6. FACT: You CAN complete the FAFSA even if you or your parents haven't filed taxes yet. Here's how:
  7. The average time to complete a FAFSA is just 21 minutes! Get started on yours at
  8. Don't forget! You must complete the FAFSA each school year in order to receive financial aid and be eligible for some scholarships.
  9. States, schools & the federal government each have their own FAFSA deadlines. Make sure you complete the FAFSA by whichever deadline comes first. Click here to see the deadlines:
  10. One thing you don’t need for the FAFSA? Money! Remember, the FAFSA is FREE when you use the official .gov site:
  11. Federal Student Aid has $150 billion to help you pay for college. The only way to qualify is to fill out the FAFSA. Don't leave $ on the table:
  12. There's NO income cut-off for federal student aid: Everyone should fill out the FAFSA:
  13. Even if your parents don't support you financially, you might need their info on your FAFSA. Find out:
  14. Confused about the financial aid process? Let us walk you through it step by step:
    1. Infographic:
    2. Video:
  15. Tired of scanning confusing tax documents to answer FAFSA questions? You may be able to transfer your tax info into the FAFSA using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool. Here’s how:
  16. Finished your FAFSA? Find out what you can expect next:
    1. Video:
  17. Have you been selected for verification? If your school asks for additional documentation to verify the data on your FAFSA, provide what is requested ASAP so your financial aid isn't delayed.
  18. If you've already completed your FAFSA, you may be wondering when you'll get your financial aid. This might help:
  19. Don't wait until the last minute to make sure your FAFSA is up to date. Here's how to correct or update your FAFSA so that your financial aid isn’t delayed:
  20. How to complete the FAFSA if you haven't filed your taxes yet:
  21. Quick guide to filling out the FAFSA:
    1. Video:
    2. Infographic:
  22. Ever wonder what happens after you submit the FAFSA? Or maybe you want to know when you'll receive your financial aid? This should help:
  23. Don't fall for it! Here are 7 common myths about applying for financial aid:
  24. Parents: Your kids may be headed off to college, but they still need you. How you can help them:
  25. Need help understanding how the FAFSA process works? Check out our NEW INFOGRAPHIC! Share with your friends, add to your website, print and hang up... The options are endless!
    1. Image:
    2. Clickable PDF:

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