2020–21 FAFSA Form Available on myStudentAid App and fafsa.gov

2020–21 FAFSA Form Available on myStudentAid App and fafsa.gov

The 2020–21 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form is available to students and parents to complete through the myStudentAid mobile app and the fafsa.gov website.

myStudentAid Mobile App

You can complete the 2020–21 FAFSA form using the myStudentAid app. Download the myStudentAid app in the Apple App Store (iOS) or the Google Play store (Android). The myFAFSA component—which is used to complete the FAFSA form—is one of the app’s featured functions. Note: If you downloaded the app prior to Sept. 29, you must update the app to access the 2020–21 FAFSA® form.

The following are key features of myFAFSA in the October update:

  • Students and parents may begin, complete, and submit a new or renewal FAFSA form for both the 2020–21 and the 2019-20 FAFSA processing cycles.
  • You’ll be offered a customized experience based on your role (student, parent, or preparer). The app provides guidance on how to complete the FAFSA questions.
  • You’ll have a secure experience with the same data protections as completing the FAFSA form through fafsa.gov.
  • Students and parents may use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (IRS DRT), now mobile responsive, to electronically transfer federal tax return information into a FAFSA form.
  • You may be eligible to transfer your FAFSA information into your state aid application. Participating states include Iowa, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.
  • You can view additional information about the schools you selected on your FAFSA form for easy comparison of schools.
  • You can access and view your Student Aid Report for any completed application.

In addition, the myStudentAid mobile app provides links to the following services:

  • Profile: manage account username and password (FSA ID)
  • myChecklist: use a financial planning tool that offers next step information for users at all stages of the federal student aid process
  • myFederalLoans: view federal student aid history
  • myCollegeScorecard: view and compare information about schools
  • Contact Us: get in touch with Federal Student Aid contact centers to have questions answered
  • StudentAid.gov: access Federal Student Aid’s key source of information about the federal student aid programs, application process, and loan repayment options

Mobile-friendly FAFSA® Website

The fafsa.gov website fits the screen size and shape of any device, including desktop or laptop computers and mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets. You can complete the FAFSA form on a mobile device with the same ease as on a desktop or laptop computer.