A financial aid application administered by the College Board, employed by many private colleges to supplement the FAFSA. Register for the Profile at www.collegeboard.com.
A financial information document of the College Scholarship Service used by parents of dependent students or independent students to supply information about their income, assets, expenses, and liabilities. The CSS uses this information in estimating how much money a family is able to contribute to a student's college expenses. Many private colleges require this form in addition to the FAFSA.
College Scholarship Service (CSS) is an application required by some private colleges and universities to determine eligibility for non-federal financial aid.
A secondary financial aid form that the colleges use to help them determine if the student is eligible for their own money. These should be filed early, along with the FAFSA, to receive early information regarding your status for financial aid.
a secondary financial aid form administered by the College Board sometimes required by colleges using the Institutional Methodology.
The CSS/Financial Aid PROFILEÂ® (often written as as CSS PROFILE), short for the College Scholarship Service Profile, is an application distributed by the College Board in the United States allowing college students to apply for financial aid. It is primarily designed to give private member institutions of the College Board a closer look into the finances of a student and family, it is much more detailed than the FAFSA.