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The State of Indiana, through the Division of Student Financial Aid (SFA), has been offering assistance to its college-bound citizens since 1965. (SFA was formerly known as the State Student Assistance Commission of Indiana). To apply for Indiana financial aid awards and scholarships and for federal aid programs, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is the core document necessary to apply for all types of student financial aid available through the state and federal governments, as well as the colleges and universities. The completed FAFSA must be returned to the federal government and only the federal government. Do not send a copy to SFA or your college.
You can usually obtain a FAFSA from the school you plan to attend. It is also available on online HERE. Some schools may require a separate supplemental or institutional form. The school's financial aid office can provide information regarding required forms and deadlines.