www.Fafsa.gov has a list of school codes for Florida and TexasUniversity
Fafsa.gov is a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) website.
The Federal Student Aid program is an office or branch of the U.S.
Department of Education. Federal Student Aid ensures all individuals,
who are eligible, can receive financial assistance for college
education. The program is known for encouraging postsecondary all
FAFSA plays a major role in supporting postsecondary education for college student and families. They partner with financial institutions, schools and other organizations to help eligible students and families pay for college. The major functions of Federal Student Aid include, but is not limited to: Education families and student on the process for applying for and receiving financial aid; processing financial aid applications; rewarding billions of dollars in financial aid to eligible students (this is usually provided through schools); enforcing financial aid rules; securing payment from students or families that have defaulted on their loans; servicing millions of accounts; operating technology to manage billions of student FAFSA applications.
The Federal Student Aid program is complex, multifaceted and demands a wide range of skills and coordination by various levels of management. The program includes loans, work-study programs and federal grants, and is authorized under the Higher Education Act of 1965. The Federal Student Aid website provides three easy steps for guiding students and parents through the financial aid application process. Students and parents are able to get organized by reading what they need to gather in step one before moving to step two and three. A description and instructions for financial aid programs, applications and application status can be found at www.fafsa.gov.