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June 30th is the deadline to complete the FAFSA for the 2008-09 academic school year. The FAFSAs overlap in aid years because the FAFSA for the 2009-10 school year was available January 1st. The March 2nd deadline is for priority funding and for state aid. For example, in West Odessa that is the deadline to submit your FAFSA early to apply for the Cal Grant program. Some schools also use this date to apply for their institutional grant funds. This means if you apply after the deadline, you won't get grant funds in your financial aid package. You might end up with student loans only. You can always get student loans no matter when you apply. A good rule of thumb should be always complete the FAFSA January 1st of every year. It is not necessary to have completed your taxes. You can use an estimate or use the figures from the previous year. Once your taxes are filed, go back into your FAFSA and make the corrections. Don't ever try to wait until you file your taxes. You'll miss important deadlines every time.
You missed the priority deadline, so there's a chance you might or might not get any aid. If you really are in need of financial aid there's a chance they might give you some, but not as much as you would have gotten if you submitted it before the priority deadline.
You may have missed it. I would get in contact ASAP with the Fin Aid office at your college and work with them, it's really up to them to decide if they'll accept it or not.