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do I apply for financial aid?
I fill out a FAFSA even if I know I won't qualify?
I have to fill out a FAFSA each year?
I pay someone to file my FAFSA each year?
is the deadline for filling out the FAFSA?
is the verification process?
have been asked to submit my IRS tax return transcript, how do I request
does Methodist University determine my financial aid package?
there any other forms to fill out besides the FAFSA?
happens if I move from on-campus to off-campus?
an undergraduate student who is thinking about dropping below 12 credit
hours in a semester, how will this affect my financial aid?
am currently enrolled and thinking about withdrawing from the university
before the semester has ended, how will this affect my financial aid?
parents are divorced, which parent must complete the FAFSA form and provide
parents are divorced and the parent I am living with is remarried. Do
I need to report my step-parent's information on the FAFSA form and provide
parents don't support me, do I have to include their information on the
if financial circumstances have changed significantly since the completion
of the FAFSA?
is an award letter and how do I accept my awards?
are the tuition and fees to attend Methodist University?
financial aid offered during the summer?
is Satisfactory Academic Progress?
are the loan limits for the student loans?
is the difference in a Subsidized and Unsubsidized loan?
is the method for applying for a student and parent loan?
a student's parent applies for a Parent PLUS loan and is denied, or if
the student is independent, can he/she borrow an additional unsubsidized
financial aid does not cover my entire balance, what are my other options?
and when do I complete the Entrance or Exit Counseling?
do I go to apply for outside scholarships?
should I notify Methodist University if I am receiving an outside/non-university