FAFSA Workshops to assist students in completing their FAFSA for the 19/20 academic year. These students will need to have Federal Tax information for the 2017 tax year as well as tax information for their parents if that applies. The dates and location of the workshops are listed below:
These will be held in the Financial Aid computer lab Room A103H
Any questions you can contact the Financial Aid Advisor Darin Wissbaum, phone number 303-360-4765
We hope that you find the following links to Financial Aid related material useful!
|Visit FAFSA.ed.gov to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) once per school year, as early as October.||To create a Federal Student Aid ID, visit FSAID.ed.gov. You'll use this ID to log on to any Federal Student Aid Websites like FAFSA.ed.gov, Studentloans.gov and NSLDS.ed.gov.||
Visit IRS.gov to request Tax Return Transcripts and Wage and Income Transcripts.
Use the National Student Loan Data System at NSLDS.ed.gov to find information about loans. This includes amounts, balances, and lender/servicer information.
|On the Social Security Administration Website, SSA.gov, you can find help if you have an issue with your Social Security Number or a name mis-match.||
Salt Can help you with: Tracking and planning your student loans, Finding scholarships, internships, and jobs, Managing student loans, Creating a manageable budget, Credit and debt management, Saving and investing
|The Selective Service System website at SSS.gov, will allow you to register for selecitve service or check a completed registration.||Studentloans.gov is where you will go to complete a Master Promissory Note (MPN), Entrance Loan Counseling (ENT) as wells as Exit Counseling. You will also be able to find out a lot of valuable information about student loans.|