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. Federal Student Aid provides up-to-date digital and social media content that you can use and share with students and parents. Visit our "Digital Outreach Resources" page to access sample digital and social media resources about the FSA ID, FAFSA® completion, loan repayment, and avoiding scams.
Federal Student Aid's Social Media Content
Follow, share, and use digital content found on Federal Student Aid's social media accounts:
#AskFAFSA Office Hours on Twitter
Join us for #AskFAFSA Office Hours—a live Q&A chat on Twitter. Several times a year (usually on the last Wednesday of the month at 5 p.m. Eastern time), you'll get a chance to have your financial aid questions answered by the experts. You can submit questions by including the hashtag #AskFAFSA in your tweet during the week of #AskFAFSA Office Hours. Follow us on Twitter (@FAFSA) to find out when the next #AskFAFSA Office Hours will be!
Don't have Twitter? You can still watch the conversation live.
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:
- "12 Myths About the FAFSA® Form and Applying for Financial Aid"
- "3 Types of FAFSA Deadlines You Should Pay Attention To"
- "8 Student Loan Tips for Recent College Grads"