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Federal Student Aid has a robust social media presence.

We've made it easy for you to leverage our content for your own outreach.

Social Media Outreach

Social media is not only a great way to disseminate financial aid information but also great for engaging students and parents. Creating resources and social media content can be time-consuming. Our guides will step you through the multiple ways you can use social media sites and our content for your own purposes.

Using Federal Student Aid's Twitter Feed
Using Federal Student Aid's Facebook Page
Using Federal Student Aid's YouTube Channel
Using Federal Student Aid's Infographics from Visual.ly
Using Federal Student Aid's Blog Posts
Using Federal Student Aid's Social Media Campaigns

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Using Federal Student Aid's Twitter Feed

Federal Student Aid regularly posts information on Twitter about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSASM) and financial aid in general. Find out how to use Federal Student Aid's Twitter feed to reach your own students.

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Using Federal Student Aid's Facebook Page

With more than 200,000 “likes,” our page is the place to go on Facebook for federal student aid information. Learn how to use Federal Student Aid's Facebook page to enchance your outreach.

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Using Federal Student Aid's YouTube Channel

Our YouTube channel offers a number of videos on a variety of college-prep and financial aid topics. Explore how to use Federal Student Aid's YouTube channel to supplement the information you provide to your students.

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Using Federal Student Aid's Infographics from Visual.ly

Our growing library of infographics presents useful information in a visual way that appeals to many students. Find out how to use Federal Student Aid's infographics in your own work.

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Using Federal Student Aid's Blog Posts

Find recent blog posts by Federal Student Aid and link to them or repurpose the content for your own audience.

Topics of our many blog posts include the following examples:

  • 5 Tips for Saving on College
  • Student Loans 101
  • 5 Things to Consider When Taking Out Student Loans
  • 5 Reasons You Should Complete the FAFSA
  • 3 Things You May Not Know About Financial Aid For Veterans

If you are interested in contributing a blog post, please e-mail Federal Student Aid's Digital Engagement Group at fsanewmedia@ed.gov.

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Using Federal Student Aid's Social Media Campaigns

FSA's Digital Engagement Group has developed social media campaigns to raise awareness of topics such as the importance of filling out the FAFSA or being aware of rights and responsibilities as a student loan borrower. We are asking for your assistance in promoting financial aid awareness through your social media channels. To help you do that, we have developed social media resources for you to use.

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