It's what many say is almost as tedious as doing your taxes, filling out online financial aid applications. But this year advisors say it's not a good idea to procrastinate on your FAFSA.
Betty Westbrook, Associate Director of Financial Aid at East Carolina University, says they continue to see an increase in financial aid at ECU and that the best way to make sure you get everything you possibly can from the government is to get the application in early. She attributes the increase of people applying to the rough economy right now.
For help on your financial you can go to Pitt Community College this Saturday from 9 to 12 where experts will be there to help.