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If you are applying to transfer between the Annapolis and Santa Fe campuses, please follow the following steps in addition to completing your transfer application. To be eligible to transfer and receive your financial aid, the FAFSA must be completed by February 1.
File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The federal code for Annapolis is 002092 and Santa Fe is 002093. Make sure to list both campus codes. You can file a renewal FAFSA if you have your FSA ID. You can create or edit your FSA ID online.
Once the Financial Aid Office has received your FAFSA, we will notify you of any supporting documentation we need. Examples of the additional information we may need are copies of parents’ and students’ 2015 federal income tax transcript (transcript must be requested from the IRS), W-2 forms, partnership and corporate returns are when applicable. To send these documents, you can e-mail, fax, or send by mail to the Financial Aid Office.
Maryland residents: The FAFSA must be submitted prior to February 1.
Maryland has very strict deadlines, and failure to meet the deadline will result in a loss of state grant assistance. This will not be made up with institutional grant money.
60 College AvenueAnnapolis, MD 21401Phone: 410-626-2502Fax: 410-626-2885E-mail Annapolis Financial Aid
1160 Camino Cruz BlancaSanta Fe, NM 87505Phone: 505-984-6058Fax: 505-984-6164E-mail Santa Fe Financial Aid