Most of the information the FAFSA requires will come from your parents’ W-2s
and tax return. Even if you have your own W-2 and tax return, you’ll still need
theirs. If your parents are waiting for their W-2s, make sure they know that
filing the FAFSA is time-sensitive so that they will file their taxes as early as
possible. In the meantime, we recommend that your parents request their
FAFSA PIN now and file using estimated figures (they can make revisions after
their W-2s arrive).
Your parents may also be able to help you find additional scholarships. Explore
the companies your parents work for, as well as the church and community
organizations your family may be involved in. Millions of dollars in scholarships
and grants are available too—you just have to know where to look.
KNOW YOUR PARENTS’ ROLE
IN FILING THE FAFSA.
KNOW HOW MILLSAPS
CAN HELP MAKE COLLEGE AFFORDABLE.
We devote considerable resources to making sure you can afford to go to
school here. In fact, more than 90 percent of our most recent enrolling class
received financial assistance of some kind. Explore our range of scholarships,
grants and need-based financial aid, and discover how our simplified
scholarship selection system offers awards worth up to $28,000 per year.
Be sure to list Millsaps on your FAFSA to be considered for these awards.
Our FAFSA code is 002414.
Still have questions? Contact our Office of Financial Aid at 1-800-352-1050
or 601-974-1220, or email us at email@example.com.
We look forward to receiving your FAFSA soon and would love for you to join
the Millsaps community this fall.