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NT4CM Training

NT4CM Training
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UHEAA Outreach

on 23 July 2013

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Transcript of NT4CM Training

Financial Aid Fraud & ID Theft
Resources

Warning Signs
How to get results or make changes
What makes a student independent?
CONCLUSION
COLLEGE FINANCIAL PLANNING WITH PARENTS
Start the conversation early
Most parents wait too long to start planning
66% haven’t begun saving for college expenses
Often unaware of resources
Provide tools and resources

FAFSA4Caster
ED’s My Future, My Way: How to Go, How to Pay
ED’s Saving Early = Saving Smart
College Preparation Checklist
Order FREE publications!
edpubs.gov
higheredshop.org
NASFAA’s Cash for College
College savings resources
collegesavings.org
uesp.org
savingforcollege.com
Savings match program for low income families
UIDAN.org
What is financial aid?
Scholarship Tips
Encourage scholarship calendars
Scholarship resumés
Start looking in middle/junior high school or earlier!
APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID
FAFSA Completion Resources
www.fafsa.gov
Email UHEAA Outreach for a FAFSA Completion Night!
WHAT IS THE FAFSA?
FAFSA On the Web
fafsa.gov
Adaptive questions
Automatic corrections
2012-2013 FAFSA Updates
PIN Registration
Frequent Errors
STUDENT DEPENDENCY STATUS
COUNSELING UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS
Demographics & Statistics
Latino College Dollars
Get Ready for College
Scholarships for Hispanics
Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund
Salvadoran American Leadership and Education Fund
Genesco Migrant Center
United States Hispanic Leadership Institute
Create a safe environment: non-threatening, non-reporting, supportive
Be proactive: be aware of state and local sources of aid
Involve student’s family in counseling
GETTING TO KNOW THE EFC
AFTER THE FAFSA
Student Aid Report
Federal Resources
www.fsa4counselors.ed.gov/nt4cm
Federal Student Aid Information Center (FSAIC), www.ifap.ed.gov
federalstudentaid.ed.gov
1-800-4-FED-AID
1-800-730-8913 TTY
Questions?
Evaluations & Feedback
Contact Hours Certificates
National Training
for
Counselors
and Mentors

Financial aid.
It’s bigger than you think.
Available Planning Tools

Types of Financial Aid
Other Federal Student Aid
Department of Health & Human Services
US Armed Forces & ROTC
AmeriCorps
Department of Veterans Affairs
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)
Vocational rehabilitation benefits
APPLICATION RECAP
Expected Family Contribution
IRS Data Retrieval
for parents & students
pin.ed.gov
requires SSN
THANK YOU
FOR PARTICIPATING!

Contact UHEAA Outreach

Michelle Riddle
801-321-7145
mriddle@utahsbr.edu
Sumiko Martinez
801-366-8477
smartinez@utahsbr.edu
Anna Decker
801-321-7245
adecker@utahsbr.edu
blog.uheaa.org
facebook.com/uheaa
twitter.com/uheaa
outreach@utahsbr.edu
a UHEAA presentation
What is EFC?
How is it calculated?
Income, assets, allowances, household size, etc.
Professional Judgement
Need Analysis
Role of Counselors and Mentors
Correcting
Your FAFSA
Verification
Confirms correct FAFSA info
Selected by ED or the college
May include:
tax transcripts
income documents
identification documents
many, many other things!
Comparing Award Letters
The Financial Aid Office
Undocumented Students & Aid in Utah
Private Aid Sources - Be Proactive!
Counseling Undocumented Students
allowed to pay in-state tuition if student meets certain requirements
not eligible for any state financial aid
1.1 million are children under 18
75% of undocumented students are from Mexico & Latin America
4 million students in the U.S. have undocumented parents
65,000 graduate high school annually
Who qualifies as a parent?
Dependency overrides
Completing FAFSA without
parent information
#5: Using the wrong financial information

#4: Listing too much information

#3: Incorrect primary identifiers

#2: Leaving blank answers

#1: Forgetting to sign & submit the form!
Stuff Students Say: FAFSA Edition
"Spent a good amount of my student loan today. Shoe shopping makes me so happy. Money well spent!"
Stuff Students Say: FAFSA Edition
“student loan came justttt in time. i have one word for @mitzyminton... #SHOTSSSSSS :) #2days”
Stuff Students Say: FAFSA Edition

“I dread the fact I gotta take out a student loan smh.... Ugh!”
Stuff Students Say: FAFSA Edition
“Anyone else got any ideas of how I can persuade my mum to use MY student loan for a 2week trip to Disneyland resort Florida????”
How is it used?
COA - EFC = Financial Need
Utah Resources
Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority (UHEAA), uheaa.org
blog.uheaa.org
facebook.com/uheaa
twitter.com/uheaa
outreach@utahsbr.edu
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