Anyone who is planning to pursue a postsecondary education in the 2019-20 academic year should complete the FAFSA. That includes high school seniors, continuing college students, transfer students and adults considering pursuing higher education. The FAFSA form must be submitted in order to be considered for federal and state financial aid, including grants and loans.
Dependent students are encouraged to bring their parents and independent students should bring 2017 records including their 2017 federal tax return and W2s, 2017 untaxed income records such as child support or veteran’s non-education benefits, information on savings, investments, business assets and farm assets (if applicable), driver’s license, Social Security number, alien registration card or permanent resident card (if not a U.S. citizen) and parent information such as date of birth, month and year of marriage, divorce or separation.
A list of what to bring and other information, as well as directions can be be obtained by reaching out to me at (864) 593-0010 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Those who don’t have all of the information available should still attend to get a start on the application.
In addition to getting professional help competing the FAFSA, attendees also will be able to enter into a door prize raffle, and refreshments will be served. I have gotten some RSVPs, so please contact me if coming! See you on the 10th!
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