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GETTING HELPWITH FINANCIAL AIDThank you for choosing Purdue Global topursue your educational goals.If you wish to utilize financial aid to help finance youreducation at Purdue Global, you need to fill out someimportant forms, including your Free Application forFederal Student Aid (FAFSA).The FAFSA is used by the Department of Education todetermine how much financial assistance a studentis eligible to receive in order to attend a college oruniversity. After the form is completed, the results aresubmitted electronically to each school the studentintends to apply to, and a Student Aid Report (SAR) issent to the student.If you have any Financial Aid questions,please visitPurdueGlobal.edu.
1Determine Your Dependency StatusIt is important to know whether the U.S. Department of Education considers you a dependent or independent studentfor the purpose of completing the FAFSA.If you are considereddependent, you will need your and your parents’ tax information from two years ago (prior-prioryear) to complete your FAFSA.If you are consideredindependent, you will only need your tax information from two years ago (prior-prior year) tocomplete your FAFSA.To determine your dependency status, review the following listand check any statements that apply:I was born before January 1, 1995(If you are applying for the 2018–2019 school year)I am married(Answer “yes” if you are separated but not divorced)I will be working on a master’s or doctorate program(e.g., MA, MBA, MD, JD, PhD, EdD, graduate certificate)I am serving on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces forpurposes other than trainingI am a veteran of the U.S. Armed ForcesI have children and I provide more than half of their supportSince I turned age 13, both of my parents were deceasedI have dependents(other than my children or my spouse)who live with me and I provide more than half of their supportI was in foster care since turning age 13I was a dependent or ward of the court since turning age 13I am currently or I was an emancipated minor

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