• The FAFSA is a task for graduating seniors, and their families, to complete early in the new year. Only seniors planning to attend college in the fall need to file a FAFSA. Scholarships, however, are available to students in other grades, so start searching.

    The FAFSA will be available on October 1st.

    FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid - you must fill out the application to be eligible for federally-funded aid, scholarships, grants, or loans.

    Would you like assistance filling out FAFSA? There are many FREE FAFSA Workshops in town. You can find locations, dates and times at  https://collegegoal.az.gov/event-information.

    Click here if you have questions about updating or changing information to your FAFSA 


         The FAFSA worksheet can help you get organized before you complete your FAFSA online; this is recommended, especially if you're new to this process. The Federal Student Aid website also has excellent resources and tips.

         Click here for the 2020-2021 worksheet       

         Click here for the 2021-2022 worksheet    

    Making errors on the FAFSA will slow down the process considerably - click here for tips on how to avoid FAFSA Errors.
    Also see: 12 Common FAFSA Mistakes.

    This site, MoneyGeek.com,  has a step-by-step guide that walks you through the FAFSA (they are a financial institution who provide various services for a fee, but the resource is free).

    In addition to the FAFSA, some schools or scholarships require the College Scholarship Services (CSS)/Financial Aid PROFILE Application. Click here to see the list of schools that require this: College List.

    Homeless or "Unaccompanied" Youth  are eligible for aid! You may need a form from our district's McKinney-Vento Liaison.

    Students in Foster Care
    can access scholarship monies as well. Click on the link for Foster Care to Success to establish an account and get more information.

    Click here for more Resources - all downloadable!
    Types of Federal Student Aid are explained on this site.