Step 1: Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The form requires from 30 minutes to an hour to complete. It will usually require information from both the student and parent (custodial parents only, including step-parents). Students may begin the form, and save what information has been provided, and then go back at a later date to finish it. If the student and parents have not yet done the current years tax returns, the income information may be estimated off of the prior years return. Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital School of Nursing School Code 013542.
Step 2: One to two weeks after you submit the FAFSA, you will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR).
Step 3: Once SH/ Brockton Hospital School of Nursing receives a completed copy of the SAR, the Student Financial Services office will use the information to determine if any more information is needed to prepare your financial aid award package. If no more information is needed, an official financial aid award letter will be mailed to you. If more information is needed, a letter a requesting the additional documentation will be mailed to you.
Step 4: Once you receive the official financial aid award letter from the Office of Financial Assistance, you must decide whether or not to accept the different loans offered to you. Use the Award Letter to decline or reduce loan amounts.
Every year ALL STUDENTS must complete a NEW FAFSA.
Completing the FAFSA thoroughly and accurately is important. The slightest error may cause weeks of delay in receiving your financial aid award letter from. Brockton Hospital School of Nursing.
The most common mistakes to avoid are:
If you notice that you made an error after you submit your FAFSA, you may go back and correct it. Of course, you may call us at 508-941-7052 to assist as well.