Submit your FAFSA by March 1 for priority awarding and don’t forget to enter Evangel’s school code: 002463

FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. To fill out your FAFSA or simply learn more about the FAFSA, visit: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov.

You will need to fill out a School Code when completing your FAFSA. This is assigned by the federal government as a unique identifier for each school. The Evangel University FAFSA code is 002463.

FAFSA uses a formula to determine how much financial aid you can receive based on your annual expected family contribution (EFC). After determining your EFC, a financial aid Award Letter is generated and mailed to you. This award letter lists the types and amounts of financial assistance you qualify for. Not everyone who submits a FAFSA will receive financial aid.

When it comes to the FAFSA, most federal, state, and institutional aid is provided on a first come, first served basis. Students are advised to submit a FAFSA as early as possible for consideration for maximum financial assistance (the more financial aid the better, right?).

Frequent FAFSA Questions

What is a FAFSA?

What is the deadline to file my FAFSA?

If I missed the priority deadline, should I still file my FAFSA?

Why do I have to have a PIN?

What is Evangel’s federal school code?

What if I didn’t list Evangel’s school code on my FAFSA?

Can I file my FAFSA as an independent?

Can I file my FAFSA if I don’t have my taxes done?

When and how will I receive my financial aid funds?

Do I have to include my parents’ information on my FAFSA if they don’t claim me on their taxes?

If my parents are separated or divorced, which parent fills out the FAFSA?

If my parent re-married, do I have to include my stepparent’s information on the FAFSA?

If I’m getting married during the school year, how do I fill out my FAFSA?

What can I do if my family’s financial situation has drastically changed since I filed my FAFSA?

Student Financial Services


(417) 865-2815, ext. 7300

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