Financial Aid Night at High Schools
Need help paying for college?
Are you a senior in High School or a parent looking at how to pay the cost of attending college? The Student Financial Assistance Office is here to help. Come to a Financial Aid night and learn more about the financial aid process. You will hear about what kind of financial aid is available and how to apply for aid.
High School seniors, along with current college students, will also receive free assistance in filling out the 2018-2019 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Need-based federal and state aid is awarded based on information from the FAFSA.
If your high school is not listed below or if you cannot attend a financial aid night at your school, please feel free to join us at an event near you.
|Tuesday, October 3||Dixon High School||Library||6-8 pm|
|Wednesday, October 4||Laquey High School||Mac Lab||6-8 pm|
|Wednesday, October 4||St. James High School||Library||6-8 pm|
|Tuesday, October 17||Salem High School||Library||6-8 pm|
|Tuesday, October 17||Crocker High School||Library Media Lab||6-8 pm|
|Wednesday, October 18||Waynesville High School||WHS Lecture Hall||6-8 pm|
|Wednesday, October 18||Rolla High School||Computer Lab 236||6-8 pm|
|Thursday, October 19||Vienna High School||Library||6-8 pm|
|Thursday, October 26||Cuba High School||Library||6-8 pm|
A 2015 Edvisors.com study found that students who file the FAFSA in the first three months received more than double the grant money as those who file later.