To assist the community with the 2021–22 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form processing cycle, we are pleased to provide the attached Microsoft PowerPoint presentation containing information and screen shots pertaining to the 2021–22 fafsa.gov website. A presentation containing information and screen shots referring to the 2021–22 FAFSA feature of the myStudentAid mobile app will be released later.
The purpose of the 2021–22 presentation is to provide financial aid administrators (FAAs), mentors, and counselors with screen shots that can be used as a reference tool for the site. We encourage you to use this information for internal staff training or for high school financial aid night presentations.
Note the following items:
The screen shots in these presentations are intended to show most of the questions on fafsa.gov; however, most students and/or parents will likely not need to answer all these questions when completing their application.
All data used to create this presentation is test data and is intended to show examples of what the site looks like.
The 2021–22 Web Demonstration site will be available in late September, 2020 at https://fafsademo.test.ed.gov. The demonstration site can be used as a training tool for your staff and for students and parents.
In addition, detailed information about enhancements to both fafsa.gov and the FAFSA feature of the myStudentAid mobile app is provided in the 2021–22 Summary of Changes for the Application Processing System guide, which was posted to the Information for Financial Aid Professional (IFAP) website earlier this month.