Aid Appeal with Frank

Aid Appeal = Advocating for More Money

Didn’t get enough money for college? Ask for what you need with aid appeal. Frank’s financial aid experts help you plead your case for more grant money.

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Aid Appeal with Frank

Aid Appeal = Advocating for More Money

Didn’t get enough money for college? Ask for what you need with aid appeal. Frank’s financial aid experts help you plead your case for more grant money.

Sign Up for Free

Get the financial aid you need

Frank’s guided Aid Appeal process helps you appeal your college aid package when it’s simply not enough. Work with our knowledgeable team to plead your case for thousands more in your aid package. Get started by checking your eligibility today!

How it works

Determine your eligibility

Answer a quick series of questions to determine your eligibility for aid appeal.

Work with an expert

Our financial aid experts jump to action. They work with you one-on-one to build a case and craft a compelling aid appeal letter.

Appeal aid

We give you the tools you need to appeal your aid by walking you step-by-step through the process.

Get money

Aid appeal unlocks thousands of dollars in financial aid money each year. Get the aid you deserve.

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"I couldn’t believe something like a FAFSA® could be done in such a short time! Boy, was I wrong! It was quick, easy, and helped me get into my college of choice as well as pick a lot of other opportunities based on my choices!"

"Being a single mom, I knew paying for school wouldn’t be easy so I signed up for financial aid. I was thinking, “When will I have the time to fill out an application??” But with Frank it was easy!! They helped me every step of the way."

"In helping my son prepare his information for the FAFSA® application, we were extremely fortunate to come across Frank. The service makes the FAFSA® application process a snap."

Frequently asked questions

As the name implies, aid appeal is the process through which students can appeal to their school for more financial aid than they originally received.
If you do not feel your financial aid offer accurately reflects your financial situation, or if your financial situation has changed recently, reach out to your school’s financial aid office and ask for their aid appeal process.

Broadly speaking, most schools will require some kind of extenuating circumstances in order to grant a student more financial aid. Some examples are:
  • Loss of income
  • Unexpected medical or dental bills
  • Death of a parent
  • Material loss due to an unexpected event, such as a natural disaster
If you are an incoming freshman, you can also request an aid appeal on the basis of another school offering a better financial aid package.

Students are encouraged to request an aid appeal as soon as they receive a financial aid offer from their school. Schools have a finite amount of financial aid funding available to them, so the earlier you file your aid appeal the better.

Each institution has their own process, so you will first need to contact your school’s financial aid office and ask for their aid appeal process.

Yes. The worst thing that can happen is your school says “no.”

Special offer for Sallie Mae customers

Aid appeal unlocks thousands of dollars in financial aid money each year. Where Frank typically charges $144.95, aid appeal is being offered to Sallie Mae customers for FREE, all while continuing to benefit from Frank's financial aid experts, who will help you build a solid case, so you get the aid you deserve.

We are not affiliated with the U.S. Department of Education. Federal Student Aid (FSA), an office of the U.S. Department of Education, makes the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form and assistance available to the public for free at fafsa.gov.

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