Hi Michael I think I see 3 questions being asked, so will try to address each one:
1. (This is from the FAFSA website: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/help.htm
) While completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you must list at least one college to receive your information. You should list your first college choice first, second choice second, and so on.
To add colleges after you have already submitted your FAFSA, click the Login button on the home page and log into FAFSA on the Web. Click Make FAFSA Corrections, and then navigate to the “School Selection” page.
To search for a college that you want to receive your information, select the state in which the college is located, then enter the city and/or school name and click Search. We will search our database and display your results in order by best match. You can re-sort the list in alphabetical order by School Name.
From the Search Results, you can select up to ten colleges to add to your list of Selected Schools. You can select an individual college, or you can press the Ctrl button on your keyboard and select multiple colleges. After you have selected the college(s), click the ADD>> button to add the college(s) to your list of Selected Schools.
2. The Fafsa is just a form you send to the Dept of Education to determine your eligiblity for federal financial aid. Each school handles the funds differently and has different eligiblity criteria i.e. class load, academic progress etc. You should call the financial aid office of the school you plan on attending once you decide where you want to go. They will be your best resource for financial aid related information.
3. Microsoft has a website specific to IT certification and how that relates to college credit that may help: http://www.microsoft.com/es-es/learning ... redit.aspx
Thank you for your post, let me know if you have additional questions!