Financial Aid

What is FAFSA?

FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. To be eligible for federal student aid, students must be a U.S citizen, have a valid Social Security Number, will have a high school diploma or GED by the enrollment start date, and be enrolled or accepted to an Apprenticeship program, 2-year program, or 4-year college or university program.

The FAFSA application can be found at:



First child applying for FAFSA? Checkout the Parent's Guide to Filling Out the FAFSA Form

Completing FAFSA - Spanish version:

Virtual Post-Secondary/FAFSA Night 2020

Alejandra Bridges from Madison College's Financial Aid Department presented during Post-Secondary/FAFSA night on all the in's and out's of the FAFSA application. Please view the recorded presentation and additional handouts for more information. 

Post-Secondary FAFSA Presentation 2020 Recording 

¿Necesita Dinero Para La Universidad O Un Instituto Profesional?

High School FAFSA Powerpoint 2020

In addition to FAFSA, please see the Senior Year Timeline to make sure your student is on track for applying to post-secondary institutions.

Senior Year College Timeline 2020-2021

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Hendricks.

608.592.3853 x4414