The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will determine your eligibility for federal grants and loans, state grants and scholarships and some private scholarships.File the FAFSA (UAF's School Code: 001063)
The FAFSA should be submitted every year and is available October 1 for the following fall. There is not a deadline for the FAFSA, but we recommend completing before February 15 to be considered for all UAF scholarships. The state of Alaska requires the FAFSA by June 30 for state aid, including the Alaska Performance Scholarship.
We’re coming to you! FAFSA Events in your Area.
Meet with UAF Financial Aid and Admissions experts to complete your FAFSA, apply for admission to UAF for free, get financial aid advice and apply for scholarships! We’ll be in communities across Alaska throughout the spring and summer, and offering virtual events as well. Financial Aid Advisors are also available to meet with you and your family one-on-one.
This course will prepare you to complete financial aid applications, including the FAFSA. Learn when, where and how to complete the forms to receive funding for your education. With a basic overview, helpful tips and resources, you'll be ready to apply for financial aid.
This mini-course is free, self-paced, and will connect you to UAF resources to help you complete your financial aid applications.
The FAFSA Verification process double-checks and confirms the information you’ve submitted on your FAFSA. About one third of the people who file the FAFSA each year are selected for verification.
Financial Aid can be a mix of loans, which you'll have to pay back, grants and other forms of aid. Apply for aid to see what you qualify for.
You may be eligible for scholarships, grants, Federal Work-Study and other types of financial aid to costs of education.