Press Release
Inceptia Offers Free Resources to Promote FAFSA Completion

Lincoln, Neb. (September 17, 2019) – Inceptia, a leader in uncomplicating financial aid for students and schools, shares their FAFSA Toolkit to help schools create urgency around FAFSA completion and reduce stress for students and schools by providing useful tools.


With the opening of the 2020-21 FAFSA just two weeks away, Inceptia is pleased to release the FAFSA Toolkit, an online resource center to help schools promote FAFSA completion.


“When it comes to nudging students to complete the FAFSA, you can never have enough tools to spread the message” says Carissa Uhlman, vice president of student success. “We know it takes time and resources to create a comprehensive FAFSA communication plan and we want to ease that burden for schools. The toolkit provides a one-stop source to help schools promote the FAFSA and offer tools to help students understand the importance of early completion, the process, and answer questions."


Early FAFSA completion allows more time to find and resolve any issues that may keep a student from receiving the aid they need to start or stay in school. Since schools have their own deadlines in addition to the federal deadline, completing the FAFSA early reduces the last-minute stress on all fronts.


The toolkit is free to all schools and includes an on-demand webinar with tips on effective communication strategies to motivate students. Postcards, emails, posters, deadline reminders, Q&A, and common mistakes information are a sampling of the assets available in the toolkit to help schools conduct their own FAFSA campaign.


Browse the Inceptia FAFSA Toolkit to put your FAFSA communication plan together today.


Inceptia, a division of National Student Loan Program (NSLP), is a nonprofit organization committed to offering effective and uncomplicated solutions in financial aid management, repayment wellness, and financial education. Our mission is to support schools as they launch brilliant futures for students, armed with the knowledge to become financially responsible citizens. Since 1986, we have helped more than two million students at 5,500 schools reach their higher education dreams. Each year, we help nearly 280,000 students learn how to pay for college, borrow wisely, resolve their delinquency issues, and repay their student loan obligations. Our solutions are designed to support student success by helping financial aid administrators maximize resources, so they can spend more time focusing on students.