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MMHS Financial Aid Night November 8th On Campus!!!

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Attention Seniors:  Be sure to attend Mount Miguel High School Financial Aid Night  Come learn about options for financial assistance to pay for college.  Come and get FREE assistance with your Free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and Dream Act Application.  Deadline to complete your FAFSA/CA Dream Act is March 2nd!!!
 
When:  Wednesday, November 8th 
Time: 6pm-8-pm
English Workshop: MMHS Library
Spanish Workshop: Room 667
 
What to Bring for the FAFSA Application:
1.  Bring your Chromebook
2.  Student's Social Security Number
3.  Parent's federal tax return from 2016
4.  If not a US citizen, bring alien registration card(s)
5.  Parent's Social Security Number (if they have one)
6.  Bank account records, investments and business records
7.  List of colleges of interest
8.  Your FSA-ID for FAFSA-Apply for a FSA-ID at fsaid.ed.gov
 
What to Bring for the CA Dream Act Application:
1.  Parent and student federal tax return and wage information for 2016
2.  Bank account records, investments and business records
3.  List of colleges of interest
2018-2019 Financial Aid Dates and Deadlines

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WINDOW OPENS: October 1- FAFSA  and CA Dream Act 
DEADLINE: March 2, 2018

8 Steps to Filling out the FAFSA 

Apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the California Dream Act Application (CADAA) beginning October 1st- 2017 to March 2nd, 2018. Websites below:

https://fafsa.ed.gov/
or CA Dream Act

SENIORS:   If you need assistance completing your financial aid application come to COLLEGE BOUND with Ms. Garcia on Tuesdays, Computer Lab 233 from 3pm-5pm.  Be sure to bring in your parent/guardians' 2016 federal tax returns , Student and Parent SSN if you have one, bank account records, list of colleges of interest, your FSA-ID for FAFSA or apply for a FSA-ID at fsaid.ed.gov.
 
You can also attend one of the Cash For College Financial Aid Workshops in your neighborhood and they are FREE Events.  
 
 
FAFSA and FSAID Tips for Parents

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GPA (Grade Point Average) Verification

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Students who apply for Financial Aid for college and are asked to provide a verification of their GPA to the CA Student Aid Commission (CSAC).  Our district ETS department will automatically upload ALL 12th grade GPA's district wide to CSAC by October 1, 2017 and students do not need to file a separate piece of paper.
What next after completing the FAFSA or CA Dream Act- WebGrants 4 Students

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After you complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or your California Dream Act Application (CADAA) be sure to create your account with WebGrants 4 Students (WGS) with the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC).  
 
The goal is to provide you with the resources, information and tools needed to assist you with the college financial aid process. WGS will allow you to manage your Cal Grant and/or Chafee account(s) online by letting you view updates, make school changes, make address changes, make corrections, and post leave of absence requests. It is important for you to understand that your WGS account does not replace your School or FAFSA accounts. Each account must be monitored and managed independently.
 
 
 
 
Cash For College Workshops $$$

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Need assistance completing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or your California Dream Act Application (CADAA)?  Attend one of the many Cash For College Workshops in your neighborhood.  Get step-by-step assistance with completing your application.  Simply register for a workshop at www.cash4college.csac.ca.gov 
 
For the FAFSA, plan to come with a parent/guardian and bring:
 
-Student's Social Security Number and Driver's License
-Parent's federal tax return from 2016
-If not a U.S. Citizen, bring alien registration card (s)
-Your FSA-ID for FAFSA-Apply for a FSA-ID at fsaid.ed.gov
-Parent's Social Security Number
-Bank account records, investments and business records
-List of colleges of interest
 
For the the Dream Act Application, plan to come with a parent/guardian and bring:
 
-Parent and student federal tax return and wage information for 2016
-List of colleges of interest
 
Plan to stay about an hour from the time you arrive.  Bilingual assistance will be available**
Cash For College $$ Workshops in San Diego

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