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November 1*: The complete Application for Freshman Admission and Scholarship (or Common Application) is due to the Office of Admission to receive maximum scholarship consideration.

December 1: Instructions for completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are emailed to students who have applied for admission to Butler.

January 1: The FAFSA becomes available online at www.fafsa.gov. (Butler school code: 001788)

March 1: Submit the FAFSA on or before this date to receive priority consideration of gift assistance.

Mid-March: Notification of financial aid begins for admitted freshman and transfer students.

May 1: National Candidate Reply Date (enrollment deposit due to the Office of Admission).

Mid-July: The Office of Student Accounts will publish the E-Bill (electronic billing statement) for the fall semester.

Welcome Week: New student borrowers are required to attend one of the loan information sessions conducted during this week.