Fall 2021 Financial Aid Webinar Series
If you have ever found yourself flustered by completing the FAFSA, or you are brand new to the financial aid process, our Fall 2021 webinar series is for you!
Join us during October to fully prepare to file the 2022-23 FAFSA, which will be available beginning Oct. 1. Learn more about how your answers to the questions determine your aid eligibility, what the EFC is and what it means for you, what happens when the details you must submit do not match your family’s current income circumstances. A step-by-step review of the FAFSA to prepare you to submit yours successfully.
You can register for all of our webinars here.
FAFSA Myths and Misconceptions
September 29, 2021 | 6 p.m. PST
Oct. 1 is just around the corner! Join us for this quick, 30-minute session to hear the top 5 FAFSA myths busted. If you are hesitant about applying or want to learn more about the FAFSA, please join us.
100 Questions - Really?
October 6, 2021 | 6 p.m. PST
Ever wondered why there are so many questions on the FAFSA? This session will provide you a breakdown of the questions, discuss how less obvious information is utilized (like your parent’s age), and provide you with tips and tricks on answering all of the questions correctly.
The EFC and Me
October 13, 2021 | 6 p.m. PST
You have completed your FAFSA, and you are provided with a number called the EFC (Expected Family Contribution). After looking at that number, if you have ever asked any of these questions, then this session is for you!
Is the EFC what I will have to pay for college?
Why is my EFC so high?
Why wasn’t my cost of living or my bills taken into account? Not fair!
How does my EFC determine what types of aid I am eligible for?
Join us for this webinar that will help to demystify the calculations that determine your EFC and how financial aid administrators use this figure when putting together your aid offer.
The FAFSA is a Misfit
October 20, 2021 | 6 p.m. PST
What happens when the questions on the FAFSA do not represent what is going on in your family?
Which parent needs to be list on the FAFSA in cases of divorce, separation, and remarriage? How can you report a change in income or unusual expenses your family has incurred?
Join us to learn more about these situations and the steps you need to take for additional consideration.
2022-23 FAFSA Demo
October 27, 2021 | 6 p.m. PST
You have learned all about the questions on the FAFSA over the last few weeks, and now you are ready to file! Please join this session for a live demo of the FAFSA application step-by-step so you will be fully prepared to complete it for the next school year.