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New Students

Step 1: Create a FSA ID  

  • Visit fsaid.ed.gov and follow the instructions. 
  • Create your FSA ID before beginning the FAFSA.
    Allow seven to ten minutes to set up each FSA ID 
  • Manage your FSA ID here, as well. 

 
Step 2: Complete the FAFSA Process 

  • Visit fafsa.gov and follow the instructions. 
  • Login with your previously created FSA ID 
    For the first-time users, select “Start Here” to begin the process. 
  • Select “Start 2021-2022 FAFSA”by clicking on it. 
  • Follow the steps and complete the FAFSA with all your accurate information. Be sure to include Spartan’s school code, found below.
FAFSA Codes​
TULSA: 00767800​
BROOMFIELD (Denver Area): 00729700​
INGLEWOOD (Los Angeles Area): 02596400
RIVERSIDE (Inland Empire Area): 02596400
Within two to three business days, the school will receive an Institutional Student Information Record (an ISIR) and will determine your eligibility.
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Transfer Students

As a returning student you should have an FSA ID already created unless this is your first-time using Title IV Aid. If you already have an FSA ID skip the first step.

Step 1: Create a FSA ID 

  • Visit fsaid.ed.gov and follow the instructions. 
  • Create your FSA ID before beginning the FAFSA.
  • Allow seven to ten minutes to set up each FSA ID. 
  • Manage your FSA ID here as well.

 

Step 2: Complete the FAFSA Process 

  • Visit fafsa.gov and follow the instructions. 
  • Login with your previously created FSA ID.
    For first-time users, select “Start Here” or if you have completed a FAFSA in previous years and already have an FSA ID, select “Returning User”. 
  • Select “Start 2021-2022 FAFSA” or returning users select “Renew Form”. 
  • Follow the steps and complete the FAFSA with all your accurate information. Be sure to include Spartan’s school code, found below.
FAFSA Codes​
TULSA: 00767800​
BROOMFIELD (Denver Area): 00729700​
INGLEWOOD (Los Angeles Area): 02596400
RIVERSIDE (Inland Empire Area): 02596400
Within two to three business days, the school will receive an Institutional Student Information Record (ISIR) and will determine your eligibility.

FAQs

We’re here to help answer all your financial aid questions. If your question is not answered below, reach out to us at (918) 416-6995.

What do I need to prepare myself for college?

You should first start by figuring out how you’re financing your college education. You can find out more on the federal student aid’s page.

How do I find out if I qualify for aid?

You can explore the requirements for aid by visiting the United States federal site: Qualifying for Aid. 

What is the FAFSA?

That’s a great question. FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student AidThe FAFSA is a form that needs to be completed by current and prospective college students to determine their eligibility for student financial aid from the government. You can fill it out here. 

Where do I submit my FAFSA information?

You can fill out your FAFSA here. 

What are loans and what types are available?

There are several loan types. The U.S. Department of Education’s federal student loan program (AKA the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program) is the umbrella over this program. That means that the U.S. Department of Education is your lender. There are four types of Direct Loans available: 

  • Direct Subsidized Loans are loans made to eligible undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need to help cover the costs of higher education at a college or career school. 
  • Direct Unsubsidized Loans are loans made to eligible undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, but eligibility is not based on financial need. 
  • Direct PLUS Loans are loans made to graduate or professional students and parents of dependent undergraduate students to help pay for education expenses not covered by other financial aid. Eligibility is not based on financial need, but a credit check is required. Borrowers who have an adverse credit history must meet additional requirements to qualify. 
  • Direct Consolidation Loans allow you to combine all of your eligible federal student loans into a single loan with a single loan servicer. 

 

This info was pulled directly from the FAFSA site. You can find more information here.

What’s the FAFSA deadline?

Deadlines vary year to year. Check here to see when the deadline is this year.

How do I correct my form if I made a mistake on my FAFSA?

Great question! Visit this link to find out how to correct your FAFSA form.

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