A FAFSA workshop will take place Monday, November 19. The U.S. Department of Education uses the FAFSA to determine students’ eligibility for federal student aid, including low-cost loans and grants. At the workshop, there will also be a regional representative from 21st Century Scholars to help any 21st Century Scholar finish their scholartrack responsibilities or answer any questions.
It is important that students who are planning to apply for federal student aid attend this meeting. The meeting will be in the high school computer lab. Students and parents can come and go as they please from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The following information will be needed at the meeting: date of birth, social security number, tax return, W2s, current bank statements, investment records, untaxed income, federal work study earnings, money received or paid on your behalf, month and year of parents status, real estate or rental property, child support paid or received, combat pay and veterans non-education benefits.
Be sure to attend the FAFSA workshop to receive assistance with the application. See the FAFSA checklist below to help stay organized.
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