Students who do not file the 2020-2021 FAFSA by the April 15th deadline will not be eligible for awards such as 21st Century Scholarship and Frank O’Bannon Grant (Higher Education Award). Students who do not file their FAFSA until after this deadline as a direct result of COVID-19 illness or disruption, may submit an appeal in ScholarTrack (https://www.in.gov/che/4512.htm). Students will need to explain in their appeal why they were unable to submit the FAFSA by the April 15th deadline either due to a lack of access to the application, or as a result of serious illness of the student or an immediate family member (student’s spouse, child, parent, guardian, grandparent or sibling). PLEASE NOTE: There are numerous ways to complete the FAFSA, including online at FAFSA.gov (by desktop, laptop, or mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones) or through the myStudentAid mobile app.
For assistance, contact the Office of Financial Aid at 812-429-1429 or email email@example.com