FAFSA® | Frank

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How It Works

Getting the most free or low-interest financial aid starts with FAFSA®.

Our platform makes it easy, safe, and quick. You can get it done in as little as 4 minutes! And the best part? It’s completely FREE!

 

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Fill Out Our Form

Use our platform to quickly fill in info about yourself, your family, and your income.

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File Your FAFSA® Online

Our secure system ensures that you (and only you!) signs and submits your FAFSA®.

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Get Your Aid Award Letter

Our service makes sure it’s all 100% error free, so you get your award letter ASAP!

Testimonials

  • “Honestly, it was one of the friendliest and well-organized financial forms I have ever had to fill out. I was able to do it all in one sitting and the Frank team was very responsive. Now I can focus on getting into law school to
    fight for our environment.”

    Mark Hansen

    From Anchorage, Alaska
    Majoring in Environmental Law
  • “I came to the United States in the hopes of achieving the American Dream. Now, I’m one step closer to my dreams, thanks to Frank.”

    Dora Sosa

    From The Bronx, New York
    Majoring in Packaging Science
  • “It’s very clean and simple. Now that I have my financial aid squared away, I hope I can be able to afford a semester-long study abroad trip to Cannes, France.”

    Joseph Hardy

    From Little Rock, Arkansas
    Majoring in Filmmaking

Why File Your FAFSA® with Frank?

Frank believes quality education should be affordable for all, and that process begins with the FAFSA®. We’ve taken the stress out of applying for federal financial aid online.

 

It’s quick.

You only answer questions that are relevant to your financial situation, and we do all the heavy lifting for you.

It’s easy.

Our survey-style version of the FAFSA® is easy to understand but ensures you won’t miss crucial details.

It’s accurate.

We help you give accurate answers to the Department of Education so you can get maximum financial aid.

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We are not affiliated with the U.S. Department of Education. Federal Student Aid (FSA), an office of the U.S. Department of Education, makes the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form and assistance available to the public for free at fafsa.gov.

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