To be considered for several TU aid programs, you must submit your FAFSA by February 15th. This requires careful planning because the FAFSA requires tax data that is often not available by this deadline.
For the 2014-15 FAFSA, TU's Priority Deadline is 2/15/2014. This FAFSA requires data from your 2013 federal tax returns, which are not due to the IRS until 4/15/2014.
How can I meet TU's Priority Deadline if my taxes are not done yet?
Several days after you submit your FAFSA:
If you submitted your FAFSA with estimated tax data, after you file your taxes, you must return to the FAFSA web site to report your final tax data.
Remember, you must submit a new FAFSA every year.
4. Apply for State of Maryland Aid Programs
If you are a resident of the state of Maryland, you should also apply for aid from the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC).
5. Apply for Private Scholarships
A wide variety of independent private organizations also offer scholarships.
6. Additional Steps for Transfer Students