At St. Edward's, we know a college education is one of the most important investments you’ll make in a lifetime. With the new FAFSA changes rolling out for the 2024-2025 academic year, we want to ensure completing the new FAFSA is a smooth process. Qualifying for financial aid is how many families finance a college education. Below we have highlighted some helpful articles to assist you.

New FAFSA Changes

Fall Advising & Registration

7 Changes to the 2024-2025 FASFA

Here are the new and exciting updates coming to the federal financial aid process this year.

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What Do I Need to Fill out the FAFSA

To make completing the FAFSA easier we have complied the six items you need to finish it in a timely manner.

Completing the FAFSA

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Why Everyone Should Fill Out the FAFSA

The FAFSA takes about an hour to complete — and you could qualify for thousands of dollars.

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Everything to Know About Your Financial Aid Offer

Your financial aid offer will explain the specific types of aid available to you, including scholarships, grants and loans.

College Affordability

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9 Ways St. Edward’s Is Making College More Affordable

College can be an expensive investment but we have some solutions to help make it more affordable for you.

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How to Be Wise About Borrowing for College

Our director of Student Financial Services shares the top advice she gives students and parents for successful borrowing. 

Work Based Learning 


Why On-Campus Jobs Are Great

On-campus jobs can be the perfect way to balance financial, academic and professional obligations.

How Internships Enhance Your Future

Why You Want a College That Touts Internships

Internships can add significant value to your college experience. Learn more about why they're so important.

Virtual Financial Aid Information Session

At St. Edward's University, nearly every student receives scholarships and grants they don't have to pay back. But every year, some students miss out on making college more affordable because they never completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Join us for this Virtual Financial Aid Information Session on Wednesday, February 21, hosted by our knowledgeable financial aid team, you will learn all about the FAFSA and financial aid process and the value of a St. Edward's University education.

Contact Us

Office of Student Financial Services
512-448-8523 or 800-555-0164