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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.

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2 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

3 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

4 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

5 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

6 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)

7 FAFSA PRACTICE enter the user name eddemo and the password fafsatst Your College Adviser Paper FAFSA HELPFUL RESOURCES

8 In February, myself and others will help you all complete the FAFSA SUPER FAFSA WEEK!


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