Juniors, Seniors and Parents, Need help understanding financial aid? Print

A college education is a worthwhile investment in the future. Unfortunately, it can also be a costly one. In today’s world, financial aid is often necessary to pay for postsecondary education, but the process can be confusing and overwhelming.

 

To help you understand the financial aid process, the Iowa College Access Network (ICAN) is delivering a free presentation on financial aid for juniors, seniors and their parents. This is the ideal opportunity to get answers to your questions about financial aid.

 

The ICAN Financial Aid presentation will be held:

LOCATION: Kirkwood Washington County Regional Center – 2192 Lexington Blvd. Washington, IA

DATE: Wednesday, September 26th

TIME: 6:00-7:30 PM

 

Topics include:

· Financial Aid Process

· FAFSA Application Review

· Understanding FAFSA Results

· FSA ID

· Understanding Costs – College Comparisons

· Financial Aid Options

· Scholarship Process

· Where to Go for help

· College Credit in High School Information

 

Intended Audience: High school juniors, seniors, parents

(The FAFSA is available October 1 each year. 12th grade students and parents should attend a financial aid seminar as juniors, or early in their senior year)