Facts for YOUR Future 1. How much does it cost to go to college (12 credits, two semesters,…
Facts for YOUR Future
1. How much does it cost to go to college (12 credits, two semesters, tuition only)?
b. Transfer school (public):
c. Transfer school (private):
2. How can you easily research all Virginia colleges in one place?
3. How are you paying for your education (be specific)?
4. Where do you apply for financial aid?
5. What information do you need to complete the FAFSA?
6. What specific piece of information do you need to have on your admissions application in order to link your FAFSA to your admissions record?
7. When does the FAFSA open each year?
8. hat is the recon nded deadline to subm your FAFSA for NOVA?
9. What is the required deadline to submit your FAFSA to GMU when you transfer?
10. What are the different types of aid you can access by submitting your FAFSA?
a. Aid you do not need to pay back (two types):
b. Aid you must repay (one type, but two options):
c. Employment funded by the federal government:
11. What is the average student loan debt?
12. Where can you find all of your federal loan information in one place?
13.What should you do if you cannot pay your student loan payments?
14. What does SAP stand for and what are the requirements of SAP?
15. What is the average salary for students that graduate with your transfer or NOVA major (if you’re planning to transfer, use that degree; if you’re planning to go into the workforce after NOVA, use that major)?
16. Take that salary and multiple it by.80 to get your take home pay after taxes. Then, subtract $1200 for health insurance. Divide by 12 to get your monthly take home salary:
17. What city are you planning to live in when you graduate and get your first professional job?
18. How much rent should you expect to pay in that city?