Picture this: You are in a car in another city. You’ve been told that if you can arrive at a specific address on the other side of town you’ll win a big prize - whatever you want, a free trip, a new phone, a big scholarship. But there’s a deadline - no accidents, no speeding tickets, no getting lost.
How glad are you to have GPS to show you the best way there?
Mos is like a GPS for your college financial aid applications.
A college degree is a big accomplishment - but almost all students need financial aid (grants, scholarships, work-study, or government loans) to help pay for college. Figuring out how to get that financial aid can feel as daunting as needing to get somewhere for the first time, when there’s a lot on the line.
You probably know that you need to “do the FAFSA®.” You probably know there is a deadline, though you might not know exactly when it is. You don’t know whether it is going to produce enough aid money, or whether there are other financial aid programs you can qualify for, and how to apply for all those… Some of the questions on the FAFSA® might be confusing - what do you do then? What if you get sent a follow-up form with more questions?
Don’t worry! There’s an easy answer to all that and it’s called Mos. Mos is the fastest and easiest tool for filling out your FAFSA®, finding out all the state aid programs you qualify for and applying to them, and getting step-by-step guidance and support throughout the process, including how to negotiate for more aid money once you get your financial aid offers from colleges.
Mos does the figuring out for you and customizes the financial aid questions to your unique situation - your family and your academic plans, with specific explanations, help text, and step-by-step guidance so you don’t have to guess the right answers.
Head on over to www.mos.com and make sure you get all the financial aid you qualify for!
As a reminder, federal and state government operate financial aid programs. Many have their own applications, FAFSA® being the most important one. Mos is not affiliated with the Department of Education or any state agencies. Mos helps students with their FAFSA® for free, and the FAFSA® is also always available from fafsa.gov.