Students are required to provide their marital status as of the date the application is signed. When a student's marital status changes, his/her dependency status remains unchanged for the rest of that award year. If the marital status changes after the student has signed their application, they generally may not change this information for that award year.
一道本不卡免费高清Before you submit your , a student needs to consider how filing single or married will impact her/his financial aid eligibility. Most students will benefit by waiting until they are married before completing the FAFSA. This is not always the case. The EFC calculator at will assist you in comparison of before or after marriage calculations.
Meet with Financial Aid advisor
The staff of the Financial Aid Office at ISU strongly encourages any student in this situation to meet with an ISU Financial Aid Office advisor to review their options.
一道本不卡免费高清If you (and your spouse) choose to wait to apply until after your marriage you will have to combine your income information (AGI, taxes paid) when the original FAFSA is completed.
For further assistance, call the Financial Aid Office (208 282-2756) to make an appointment with an advisor to review your specific situation.
Note: Divorce - Students who have divorced since they completed the annual FAFSA and have been awarded may complete a Special Circumstance Form to have their financial aid reviewed.
一道本不卡免费高清 (208) 282-2756
一道本不卡免费高清 (208) 282-4755
Museum Building. #12, Room 337
921 S. 8th, Stop 8077
Pocatello, ID 83209-8077