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1 How FSA Resources Can Help Your Family & Community
PRESENTED BY Cindy Cameron Sandra Vuong

2 Ordering Print Publications Social Media (Facebook and Twitter)
StudentAid.gov Prepare for College FAFSA Repay Loans My Student Aid login Financial Aid Toolkit Ordering Print Publications Social Media (Facebook and Twitter) YouTube Videos Blogs

3 Help Your Family

4 StudentAid.gov

5 Prepare for College College prep Career search Budgeting tips

6 Types of Aid Grants, loans, work-study Scholarships Fraud alert

7 Who Gets Aid Basic criteria Eligibility of special groups
Staying eligible Regaining eligibility

8 FAFSA: Apply for Aid Filling out FAFSA Dependency status Which parent
IRS DRT What to expect after FAFSA

9 Repay Your Loans Repayment plans Repayment Estimator Consolidation
Loan forgiveness Default prevention Ombudsman

10 My Federal Student Aid NSLDS interface
STUDENTAID.GOV/LOGIN NSLDS interface Quick access to other sites as alternative

11 Alerts for default, converted TEACH Grant, aid overpayment
My Federal Student Aid home/overview Overview of aid Alerts for default, converted TEACH Grant, aid overpayment Links to detailed info re individual loans & grants

12 StudentAid.gov/Resources
Fact sheets Brochures Booklets Videos Infographics Info re Braille

13 Ordering Print Publications
FSA and “Big ED” publications Orders limited to 1-3 copies FREE

14 Help Your Community

15 FinancialAidToolkit.ed.gov AUDIENCE: School counselors & other mentors
SITE STRUCTURE: Learn About Financial Aid Conduct Outreach Get Training Search Tools and Resources

16 Learn About Financial Aid
Self-instruction Talking points & tips for advising students Featured resources

17 Conduct Outreach In-person or remote
IDEAS & RESOURCES FOR OUTREACH: In-person or remote How to answer FAQs from special audiences

18 Get Training Accessing free formal training in financial aid NT4CM

19 Search Tools And Resources
FILTER SEARCH BY: Resource Type (e.g., videos, presentations, how-to guides) Audience Type Topic (e.g., FAFSA completion, loan repayment) Time of Year

20 Bulk Publication Ordering
For you as FSA staff, to share in your community Contact Veronica Redmond (3rd floor UCP) For community organizations to order and share Search “How-to Guides” on Toolkit for instructions on signing up for ID number for organization

21 How FSA Resources Can Help Your Family & Community
SOCIAL MEDIA /FederalStudentAid @FAFSA YOUTUBE VIDEOS /FederalStudentAid BLOGS

22 College preparedness Paying for college Student loan repayment

23 Facebook.com/FederalStudentAid
Search “Federal Student Aid”

24 “Follow” us to see our posts on your newsfeed
Facebook.com/FederalStudentAid “Like” our page “Follow” us to see our posts on your newsfeed Got a question? Send us a message or leave a comment on one of our posts.

25 Facebook Post Examples
Facebook.com/FederalStudentAid Facebook Post Examples FSA responds to many questions on Facebook

26 Facebook Post Examples
Facebook.com/FederalStudentAid Facebook Post Examples We also post “fun” content that is relevant to students and parents.

27 Sharing a Facebook Post
Facebook.com/FederalStudentAid Sharing a Facebook Post Clicking on the “Share” button will prompt this pop-up. You can add your own personal text.

28 Sharing a Facebook Post
Facebook.com/FederalStudentAid Sharing a Facebook Post The post will be shared via your personal timeline and appear on your friend’s newsfeed. Also, “liking” or “commenting” on a Facebook post are other activities that can be shared to your friend’s newsfeed.

29 Twitter.com/FAFSA @FAFSA on Twitter “Follow” @FAFSA to see our tweets.
Currently, FSA has 63k followers.

30 Reply Retweet Favorite
Twitter.com/FAFSA Twitter Post Example Reply Retweet Favorite

31 Twitter.com/FAFSA Twitter Post Reply Reply to a tweet and say something about it. The tweet appears on your feed and begins a discussion thread.

32 The original tweet is duplicated.
Twitter.com/FAFSA Twitter Post Retweet Retweet is similar to “re-sending” someone else’s tweet to all of your followers. The original tweet is duplicated. This tweet has been retweeted 22 times.

33 Lets FSA know you liked our tweet and allows you to save it for later.
Twitter.com/FAFSA Twitter Post Favorite Favorites: Lets FSA know you liked our tweet and allows you to save it for later. This tweet has been favorited 31 times.

34 #AskFAFSA Office Hours
Twitter.com/FAFSA #AskFAFSA Office Hours

35 Storify Page #AskFAFSA Office Hours Storify.com/FAFSA

36 Storify.com/FAFSA #AskFAFSA Office Hours Storify.com/FAFSA

37 YouTube.com/FederalStudentAid
YouTube Channel YouTube.com/FederalStudentAid Subscribe to our YouTube Channel

38 Video: “FAFSA Overview”
YouTube.com/FederalStudentAid YouTube Video Video: “FAFSA Overview” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-23SMf5DyQ

39 HomeRoom Blog View our blogs by visiting www.ed.gov/blog
In the sidebar, click on “Federal Student Aid.”


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