Financial Aid Seminar On Thursday, September 26, 2019 @ 6:30pm, Itineris Early College High School Guidance counselors will hold a financial aid seminar for Itineris seniors and their parents. Information on how the federal financial aid system works as well as scholarship information will be presented.
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is the application that allows a student to apply for federal grants, loans, and work-study programs. All Utah colleges and universities accept the FAFSA to apply for federal financial aid. The application may be completed online at fafsa.gov. Make sure you are on the government’s official FAFSA site by going to fafsa.gov.
Financial Aid Estimator In September 2005, the Secretary of Education formed the bipartisan Commission on the Future of Higher Education to launch a national dialogue on the vital issues of accessibility, affordability, and accountability in higher education. One of the needs identified in the Commission’s final report was to notify students of their federal student aid eligibility earlier in order to help families plan better. They have developed FAFSA4caster to address this need. FAFSA4caster is a companion piece to the official FAFSA on the Web. The free FAFSA4caster tool will assist high school juniors and their families in the following ways: Instantly calculate an estimated EFC, inform the student of potential Federal Pell Grant eligibility, and reduce the time needed to complete the FAFSA when the student applies as a senior. FAFSA4caster Access Students and families interested in assessing their eligibility for federal student aid can access FAFSA4caster by visiting: http://www.fafsa4caster.ed.gov/.
FinAid is the site to learn all you need to know about financial aid. Paperwork is explained and there are even calculators to help you determine how much money you will need for college. Use FinAid as a resource as you navigate the world of financial aid.
StudentAid.gov provides straightforward and easy-to understand information about planning and paying for college. The site combines content and interactive tools from several ED websites.
NASFAA.org – the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators provides links to a list of grants and scholarships available by state. It also tells of discounts offered to students who attend college in certain other states in the same region.
Selective Service registration is required by law for all 18-year-old males. In order for any male student to receive financial aid from the U.S. Government, he must be registered with Selective Service within 30 days of his 18th birthday.