College Financial Aid Calculator

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One of the best ways to find a financial aid calculator is by going to the FinAid Web site. Provide information on the amount of tuition, financial dependency and family income with help from a financial aid officer in this free video on student financial aid and loans.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Brooke Kramer. I am the Financial Aid Officer at Argosy University. And today we're talking about finding a financial aid calculator. That will help you determine, how much you think you can qualify for school. So one of the best ways to find one is, actually go to the FinAid website. And they have one available. When you get there, you're going to need to first find out the tuition amount. For the school you're looking about attending. Also you need to know if you're a dependent or independent student. As well as how much your family income is going to be. How much you paid in taxes and so forth. Once you do this, you should be able to enter in all your information. And it should be able to give you a good idea. Of how much you're going to receive in loans. Another way you can find out about how much you think you'll qualify for loans. Is to actually meet with a financial aid adviser. And they can counsel you on how much, you should be able to receive. Usually in order to find out, how much you'll receive in financial aid. You will need to complete a pre-application for federal student aid. and you do this by going to To complete an application. If you have any other questions. Please feel free to check out our website at


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