New! Students and parents can complete the 2019–20 FAFSA using the myStudentAid app. The myFAFSA component—which is used to complete the FAFSA form—is the app’s featured function.

The following are key features of myFAFSA:
• Students and parents may begin, complete, and submit a new or renewal FAFSA form for the 2019–20 FAFSA processing cycle.
• Users will be offered a customized experience based on their role (student, parent, or preparer). The app provides guidance on how to complete the FAFSA questions, making the overall process more positive, engaging, and user-friendly.
• Users will have a secure experience with the same data protections as completing the FAFSA form through
• Students and parents may use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (IRS DRT) to electronically transfer federal tax return information into a FAFSA form.
• Students and parents may be eligible to transfer their FAFSA information into their state aid application. Participating states include Iowa, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.
• Students will be able to view additional information about the schools they selected on their FAFSA form for easy comparison of schools.

In addition, the myStudentAid mobile app provides links to the following services:
• Profile: manage username and password (FSA ID)
• 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 your questions answered
• access Federal Student Aid’s key source of information about the federal student aid programs, application process, and loan repayment options

What's New

Version 2.0.3

We update the app regularly to make it better for you! This release includes minor bug fixes to improve the app's performance.

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
110 Ratings
110 Ratings
Wallj902712 ,

Notifications Please and why “myStudentAid”

It would be great if notifications we a part of this app’s functionality. How great it would’ve been to get notified on Oct. 1st that the 19/20 FAFSA is ready to be completed.

Also why on earth is the app named “MyStudentAid”? And the app icon says “Federal Student Aid”? Either match the two for consistency or and even better idea would be to call the app “FAFSA”. I’m just thinking from a student’s perspective and to try and make it as simple as possible to complete.

But as a plus, the app layout is great and it works really well guiding people through the FAFSA process. Good job FSA!

dmlee1968 ,

Awesome tool

Being a financial aid counselor I am excited about the new app. I have went through the app and it offers a lot of resources through the one app. This makes it easier for the students to complete FAFSA, complete loan process and they can also log in and find out information regarding their loan. Great app and easy to use!

Monster1268590026252 ,

Super easy

Today October 5 , 2018 was my first time using it , it was super easy and quick. It was better then using the online version. I would recommend to have your taxes that you filed with ready to use just in case you need to refer to it but I always suggest to use the transfer data tool on IRS.


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55.6 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
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