All current and prospective students planning to attend college must submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form online in order to be considered for state or federal financial aid. This process can be overwhelming. That’s why we offer assistance to all students interested in completing the FAFSA. Workshops are free and open to the public. Last year, an estimated $580,000 of financial aid was made available from 96 applications with assistance from FAFSA workshops.
2017-18 FAFSA Workshop Schedule
Check back in September for 2017-18 workshops dates and locations.
What to Bring
- Social Security Number
- Driver’s License Number (if you have one)
- Alien Registration Number (if you are not a U.S. Citizen)
- Records of Untaxed Income (such as disability, child support, alimony or social security benefits)
- Federal Tax Information or Tax Returns from 2015 – including W-2 information for yourself and your spouse (if married)
- Information on Savings, Investments, and Business and Farm Assets
- Letters of emancipation (for independent students)
If you are a dependent, you will also need the following information pertaining to your parent(s) or guardian(s): social security number; 2015 federal tax information or tax returns including W-2 information; savings information; and investments, business and farm assets.