From live presentations to emails, college nights, newsletters, social media and more, there are many ways to get the word out about the availability of financial aid and the ease of the application process.
Host an Event
One way to make sure your students and their parents are well informed is to host your own financial aid event, college preparation event, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) completion workshop.
Make a Presentation
Want to share your financial aid knowledge with your students? We've got resources and tips so you can make a presentation about financial aid.
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Target Specific Audiences
Certain audiences, such as adult students, parents, non-U.S. citizens, military families, and student loan borrowers, may have questions or concerns that are unique to their situations. Find out about targeting specific audiences.
Use Social Media
Raise awareness of financial aid and the FAFSA®) form by sharing social media content from Federal Student Aid's social media properties or by creating your own content.
Write Articles and Emails
If you don't have the time or the knowledge to write informational content about financial aid, we can help. We have provided sample articles and emails about financial aid that you can place in your newsletter or send to students and parents.
Share Public Service Announcements
Federal Student Aid has public service announcements about financial aid, and you are free to use them in your community.
College Access Organization Best Practices
In this section, Federal Student Aid features college access organizations and their work in the field. Check out how college access organizations are supporting students and families through the financial aid life cycle.