If I were to ask 10 people on the street to tell me about the FAFSA, I’m sure the responses would be quite varied. Some might pity me and give me the number to a family friend who’s had experience helping “people” like me. Others may back away slowly fearing a contagion of some kind, a few may even try to hurt me because they think I’ve used an inappropriate pejorative. This might be a slight exaggeration of the truth, but the point is still a valid one – people just aren’t as familiar with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid as they should be.
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If you plan on attending a UHEAA FAFSA Night or Webinar, make sure you come prepared with:
- Your Social Security Number
- Your Driver’s License, if you have one
- Your 2010 W-2 forms and any other records of money earned
- 2010 Federal Income Tax Return (IRS 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ). If you have e-filed your federal income tax return AT LEAST two weeks prior to the...
From January 12th through March 7th of 2011, the Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority (UHEAA), will be administering a series of events where any Utah resident interested will be able to complete and submit their Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) with the help of financial aid professionals!
You will find the dates and times for UHEAA's FAFSA Completion Nights and Webinars listed on the flier below. Remember: UHEAA's FAFSA Night and Webinar events are completely free and open to the public so anyone is more than welcome to come out and receive FAFSA help at no cost.
Make sure you are prepared with the...