Not sure if filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA) is right for you?
Here are the FACTS:
- There is no income cut-off to qualify for federal student aid. Many factors besides income are taken into account.
- Filing a FAFSA or TASFA form is only way to become eligible for most state, federal, and institutional scholarships, grants, work-study, and other types financial aid.
- Some colleges won’t even consider you for any of their scholarships (including academic scholarships) until you’ve submitted a FAFSA.
- Don’t make assumptions about what you’ll get — fill out the application and find out!
Register to get:
- FREE one-on-one help filing college aid applications for grants scholarships and more!
- Help filing income tax returns to get financial aid at select locations!
- Questions answered by college representatives and financial aid experts!
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For more information on applying for financial aid, applying to college, or Financial Aid Saturday events, please call the Texas Financial Aid Information Center at 1-888-311-8881 or contact the Austin Chamber at email@example.com
For more information about the Financial Aid Saturdays Program, contact Gilbert Zavala, Austin Chamber of Commerce Vice President, Education and Talent Development 512-322-5644