Seniors planning to attend a two or four year college or university after high school must complete the FAFSA form in order to be eligible for any federal, state, or college grants or loans. The FAFSA is not available to be completed after October 1st. Check your colleges for their FAFSA deadlines. The PM Counseling Office encourages you to complete your FAFSA as early as possible. In addition to the PMHS FAFSA Completion Night on November 29th there are other local events. Check out this free help session at E-town College. This is NOT just for students who plan to attend E-town!
2017-2018 FAFSA Workshop:
Saturday October 22nd
9am – Noon
Esbenshade Room 281
Why wait to submit your FAFSA application? Work one-on-one with a Financial Aid Counselor to create an FSA ID, submit the FAFSA application, and ask questions.
The 2017–2018 FAFSA is available on October 1, 2016. You can submit it online at www.fafsa.gov. To speed up the FAFSA process, get prepared early. Here is what you’ll need to fill out the FAFSA:
- Your FSA ID* — In order to sign your FAFSA electronically, you will need an FSA ID. You can help to prevent processing delays by getting an FSA ID before you begin the FAFSA.
Tip : Make sure to record all FSA ID passwords and security questions. They are case sensitive.
- Your social security number* —If you are not a U.S. citizen, you will also need your Alien Registration Number.
- Email Address*
- Your driver’s license number — If you don’t have a driver’s license, then don’t worry about this step.
- Your tax records* — Use income records from the 2015 tax year. If you have filed your taxes already, you may be able to automatically import your tax information into the FAFSA using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool. Tax records may include IRS forms 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ, and W-2 Forms.
- Records of your untaxed income* — Records and documentation of other untaxed income received such as welfare benefits, Social Security income, veteran’s benefits, military or clergy allowances, child suCampus Mappport received, money received or paid on your behalf, etc. (if applicable).
- Records of all your assets* — This includes savings and checking account balances, certificates of deposit, 529 plans and other college savings programs, as well as investments such as stocks, bonds, real estate, businesses or farms.
- List of the school(s) you are interested in attending —We will use your FAFSA information to determine the types and amounts of financial aid you may receive.
*If you’re a dependent student, you will need this information for your parent(s) as well.
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