Presentation on theme: "If you graduate from a high school in Virginia, but you family who live in Georgia, you don’t qualify for in-state tuition in Georgia*. It depends on."— Presentation transcript:
If you graduate from a high school in Virginia, but you family who live in Georgia, you don’t qualify for in-state tuition in Georgia*. It depends on the state, and where the student has lived within the past 12 months. ESTABLISHING RESIDENCY
Even if a step-parent has a legal agreement, that states he/she will not provide financial support, he/she still needs to use their financial info. The student will need to contact their colleges/universities to let them know about the agreement THE ROLE OF STEP PARENTS AND THE FAFSA
If the parents are unmarried, and do not live together, the student would use the parent who has provided the most financial support**. **Make sure to tell the truth MORE HELP ON PARENT INFO
https://tobacco.swcenter.edu/ ^“Notify Me!” FastWeb – ScholarshipSearch www.fastweb.com Scholarships.com www.scholarships.com College BoardScholarship Search http://apps.collegeboard.org/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp Scholarship America http://scholarshipamerica.org/students.php SCHOLARSHIPS
StudentScholarships.org www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship.php Hispanic College Fund www.hispanicfund.org LULAC NationalScholarship Funds www.lnesc.org The United NegroCollege Fund www.uncf.org SCHOLARSHIPS (CON’T)
FAFSA PRACTICE enter the user name eddemo and the password fafsatst Your College Adviser Paper FAFSA HELPFUL RESOURCES
In February, myself and others will help you all complete the FAFSA SUPER FAFSA WEEK!