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Parent informational night – FAFSA, High School and Beyond, College admission, and Personal Pathways
When: November 8
Where: Hayes Freedom HS
Time: 6-7 pm
Who should attend: Parents and students grades 9-12
Ranene Royer from WSU Vancouver will be at Hayes November 8 from 6-7 pm to discuss financial aid and the college admission process. In addition, we will talk about the High School and Beyond Plan along with graduation requirements and Personalized Pathways.
Get free expert help completing the FAFSA or WASFA
Saturday, October 21, 2017
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Clark College Main Campus – Scarpelli Hall
We will also have a college admission/application lab to assist students with their admission application, as well as presentations for Dreamer Resources, Scholarships, Paying for College, Financial Literacy and more!
Financial Aid applications are now available!
For application help or more information regarding FAFSA, Ms. Ross will be available Thursday, January 21 @ 6:30 pm at Hayes to answer questions. You can use computers at the school to complete this crucial step in your student’s post-secondary educational pursuit.
You will need the following to fill out the online application:
- Student’s social security card
- Student’s income information* (Bank statements; a W-2 orpay stub, if you have a job; past tax return, if you filed)
- Parent who claims student as a dependent should be present
- Parent’s financial information* (Bank statements; W-2 or pay stub; last year’s tax return)
- Parent’s social security number
- Any additional financial information (such as child support statements, TANF or welfare information; real estate, stock or bonds investments; family business or farm info.)
*You can use last year’s tax return to estimate your current tax information and submit the FAFSA. If you do this, you will update and make corrections after you file your taxes.
If you are planning to apply for financial aid, scholarships and/or grants, this is the perfect time to make a list of what each institution or program will need from you and the deadline by which they will need it. A completed FAFSA form will be necessary and some programs also require the CSS Profile, a separate document.
Click here to get an Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) by filling out the “forecaster”. The submitted FAFSA will ultimately determine what federally and state funded grants, scholarships, work-study, and loans a student or family qualifies for.
The College Board website provides the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE, which can be accessed at this link.
The FAFSA form is available after January 1, 2014 so in the meantime students can apply for a PIN, an electronic number that also serves as a signature for all applications to federal student aid as well as personal federal aid records.
Clark College is offering information & assistance to students interested in applying for financial aid.
This Wednesday – December 11 @ 5:30-8:30pm
at Gaiser Student Center