Hey! Where is my Student Aid Report? | 04.06.10

Posted in College Admissions, FAFSA, Financial Aid, Stafford Loan By Student Loan Network Staff

Typically, you wait two to six weeks after sending in your FAFSA before receiving your Student Aid letter. Your Student Aid Report (SAR) will outline how much your estimated family contribution will be toward your college tuition costs. A copy of this report will be mailed to the school you are attending and/or schools you are planning to attend. If you have already received your SAR, click here for information on what to do next.

If you have not yet received your SAR, you should first contact your school’s financial aid office so you don’t miss out on any deadlines, and to see if they received their copy of the report.

After you have done that, contact the Department of Education at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243).

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2 Responses to “Hey! Where is my Student Aid Report?”

  1. Juan says on April 9, 2012 at 2:29 pm:

    Thank you this helped alot. However what happens if you do get an email stating there is a copy available for viewingon your FAFSA yet when I go in my FAFSA its not there? Is this normal?

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  2. Judy says on August 13, 2010 at 10:00 pm:

    2 to 6 weeks? If you file online, you will have all of that within minutes. http://www.fafsa.gov

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