What is a FAFSA Night?
FAFSA Nights will prepare you to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You will need to complete this application to determine if you qualify for federal financial aid, grants, loans, and scholarships. To complete the application there are a number of items you will need to have on hand. Here is what you will need to complete your FAFSA:
For the 2021-2022 school year, you will need your income information and your parents income information from 2019. If your parents are divorced, you should use the parent that provides at least 51% of your support, which is not necessarily the parent that claims you on their tax return.
What You Need to Complete the FAFSA:
Be sure you OR your parents bring the following in order to file your FAFSA:
Social Security Number: Be sure that the number is correct!
Records of income: Income earned from work and business, child support paid or received, and any other untaxed income. If available to you, refer to the W-2 Forms or Federal Income Tax Return IRS 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ.
Information about assets: Savings, certificates of deposit, stock options, bonds, 529 plans and other college savings programs; and investment real estate, business and farm.
Driver’s license number (if you have one).
Dates of birth: include the month, day and year.
Month and year of marriage, separation, divorce or other change in marital status.
Alien Registration Number: if you (student) are not a U.S. citizen.
An FSA ID, to sign electronically: This can be created beforehand at fsaid.ed.gov, or at the time of application.
List of colleges you are considering.
How to Attend:
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Tuesday, April 20th 4:30 pm-6:30 pm: VIRTUAL