Updating fafsa form
You should correct your FAFSA if any of the following are true: Your FAFSA should be accurate as of the date you signed and submitted it.If you get married or divorced after you submitted the FAFSA, for example, you don’t need to correct your marital status on the FAFSA, as long as it was accurate when filing the FAFSA.Wait until you have all your information before you correct your FAFSA.You don’t want to be correcting it over and over again. Log in to your FAFSA account and then click Make FAFSA Corrections.
Your deadline depends on your state of legal residence. You may also need to correct your FAFSA if you move, get a new email address, or want to add colleges to your list.Important Note: The FSA ID and the FAFSA each ask for an e-mail address.If you change your e-mail address in one, be sure to check to see if you need to change it for the other.If you filed with the wrong Social Security number, you can either start over and file a new FAFSA with the correct number, or you can change the Social Security number on a current FAFSA by entering the correct number on a paper Student Aid Report (SAR), or by having one of the schools listed on your SAR to change it for you.To get a paper SAR, call the Federal Student Aid Information Center using the number on the gov website or visit your school’s Financial Aid Office.