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: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKrU-iKrqmU
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.
In addition to FAFSA, please see the Senior Year Timeline to make sure your student is on track for applying to post-secondary institutions.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Hendricks.608.592.3853 x4414 email@example.com https://emhendricks.youcanbook.me/