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Fall 2014 Paying for College Night Presentation

Presentation for use by UHEAA staff and Utah counselors/advisors for Fall 2014 Paying for College Nights
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UHEAA Outreach

on 24 September 2014

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Transcript of Fall 2014 Paying for College Night Presentation

Paying
for
College

a UHEAA presentation
Savings
FAFSA
an
APPLICATION
to determine
ELIGIBILITY
for federal aid
and tell you
HOW MUCH
you can
receive
F
ree
A
pplication for
F
ederal
S
tudent
A
id
After the FAFSA...
1.

I accept my awards!
2.

3.

4.

lost a job
medical expenses
recent divorce
can't get
financial info
Connected
Financial Aid
Office
End Call
Financial aid office,
how can I help you?
Grants
Must file the FAFSA
Bank/
Credit Union
UESP
UIDAN
January 2015
1
Should I file the FAFSA?
YES!
fafsa.gov
Must have financial need
Grants
Grants
Pell Grant (federal)
up to $5,730
State grants
amounts vary
Work-Study
Flexible hours
On-campus
Relevant work experience
Apply by filing the FAFSA!
Student Loans
Only borrow
what you need!
Federal
or
private?
Know your terms: Interest rate?
Grace period?
Repayment term?
This is Morgan.
Applied for: 25
Won: 6
$51,860
Advice:
"The more applications you
fill out and submit, the greater your odds of receiving something."
Advice: "Most importantly, start early. Use your better judgment in selecting those scholarships for which you should apply, but apply for as many as you feel may pay off."
This is Brady.
Applied for: 10
Won: 6
$44,000
Advice:
"What you put into getting scholarships is what you will get out of it. Scholarships won't come find you."
Advice: "I took the ACT seven times and improved my score by seven points...look at it as a game that can be mastered."
Example: Nordstrom Scholarship
1. Find out about it
2. See if you're eligible
3. Do the work
Scholarships
4. Send it in!
Questions?
1. Savings
2. FAFSA
3. Grants
4. Work-study
5. Loans
6. Scholarships
7. Questions?
Choose
my
school
Full transcript