Publication Date: September 2006
Subject: 2007-08 Publication Update: Includes FAFSA and FAFSA on the Web Worksheet InformationDear Partner:
We are pleased to announce the release of the enhanced FSAPubs Web site, the one-stop source for ordering all of Federal Student Aid's free publications. Each of the organizations we serve-from universities to libraries to high schools-has customers with different needs, and we want each organization to leave the site satisfied that they found the resources to help identify and obtain the financial aid for which their students qualify. Self service ensures you receive the quantities you need and prevents any unwanted boxes of materials.
Attached you will find information on a few of our most popular publications for students and parents. This is not a complete listing of Federal Student Aid's publications. For a complete list of publications, for more information on any publication listed, and to order copies, visit www.FSAPubs.org.
And lastly, we listened to you . With all of the information that is often disseminated, we have had many requests to communicate via e-mail.
- "You have my e-mail. Send me an e-mail in September telling me what's coming and when it's coming."
- "A possible reminder of the dates the different forms are available; I use my calendar to remember the dates."
- "I would like an automated e-mail message at the point when I can officially order the FAFSA on the Web Worksheets and paper FAFSA forms."
To support these requests, we are using e-mail communications more frequently. Many of you have received this notice via e-mail. For those who did not, now is an excellent time to visit FSAPubs, pre-order your publications, and update your account information to include an e-mail address.
We hope this information provides you with an easy reference for the 2007-08 publications.
However, if you have questions or need clarification, please do not hesitate to e-mail us at orders@FSAPubs.org or call us at 1-800-394-7084.
Student Aid Awareness and Applicant Services Channel
Federal Student Aid
U.S. Department of Education