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FAFSA Completion Campaign

FAFSA Completion Campaign






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    FAFSA Completion Campaign FAFSA Completion Campaign Document Transcript

    • Federal Student Aid (FSA) wishes you a Happy New Year! For us, a new year means a new FAFSA. FSAprovides more than $150 billion in grants, loans, and works-study funds each year to help pay for collegeor career school and as many of you know, completing the FAFSA is the first step to access these funds.With the 2013-14 application having gone live January 1, FSA’s Digital Engagement Group is asking foryour assistance in promoting FAFSA completion.We are asking for your help in getting the message out through your social media channels about FAFSAand completing it early. To help you do that, we have developed some resources for you to use: • Complete social media content calendar to support FAFSA completion: Includes Facebook posts and tweets for the entire month of January. • 20 Tweets to promote FAFSA completion • 10 Facebook Posts to promote FAFSA completion • Helpful videos o Overview of the Financial Aid Process o FAFSA Overview o How to Fill Out the FAFSA • Helpful infographics o The Financial Aid Process o Why Go to College? • Embed our videos, infographics and Twitter stream into your site o How To Embed Videos from YouTube o How To Embed Infographics o How to add the @FAFSA Twitter Stream to your WebsiteIn addition, over the next few months, the Federal Student Aid Digital Engagement Group will beactively managing our own presence on social media with a strong focus on FAFSA completion. Wehighly encourage you to use and repost our content whenever applicable. Here are the places you canfind us: • www.facebook.com/FederalStudentAid • www.twitter.com/FAFSA • www.youtube.com/FederalStudentAid • www.storify.com/FAFSA • www.visual.ly/users/FederalStudentAidThanks for your support and commitment in advancing the higher education goals of students andfamilies across the country. We encourage you to forward this information to others who may beinterested. If you need additional information or assistance please contact us at fsanewmedia@ed.gov.