College Goal Sunday Washington
What is College Goal Sunday Washington?
All break-out sessions will be offered in ASL, English, Russian and Spanish, and translators will also be available.
College Goal Sunday Washington is a free state-wide event that provides students and families with help completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) — the single-most important application for financial assistance for higher education.
Whether you choose a four-year university, community college, vocational or technical school, most students rely on financial aid to make attending college a reality. At College Goal Sunday Washington, students and parents can talk to experts and get free in-depth help filling out the FAFSA.
When is College Goal Sunday Washington?
College Goal Sunday will take place at Washington State University Vancouver in the Firstenburg Student Commons at 1 p.m. on January 20, 2013. Join us for refreshments and door prizes! - EVENT PASSED
- 1 p.m., Sunday, January 20, 2013 - EVENT PASSED
- Washington State University Vancouver
Firstenburg Student Commons
14204 NE Salmon Creek Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98686
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Why should you attend?
WSU Vancouver Chancellor Dr. Mel Netzhammer will be giving opening remarks, followed by a student panel sharing their success stories.
Additionally, there will be presentations on Getting into College and Succeeding, Scholarships and theWashboard and Financial Aid 101. These presentations will be offered in English, ASL, Spanish, and Russian.
What should you bring?
- Your social security card/number or Alien registration
- Your income information * (Bank statements; a W-2 or pay stub, if you have a job; past tax return, if you filed)
- Your parent, if you are under 24** years of age
- Your parent’s financial information* (Bank statements; W-2 or pay stub; last year’s tax return)
- Your parent’s social security number, if they have one.
- Any additional financial information (such as child support statements, TANF or welfare information; real estate, stock or bonds investments; family business or farm info.)
*You can use last year’s tax return to estimate your current tax information and submit the FAFSA. If you do this, you will update and make corrections after you file your taxes.
**All students 24 years of age and older are considered independent from their parents. The FAFSA will help you determine if you are considered dependent or independent if you are younger than 24. Only dependents need to file parent information.