•      FAFSA Completion Night October 21st, 2021: Agua Fria Union High School District

     

    Thursday, October 21, 2021, 5:30-7:30pm: Millennium High School will host the AFUHSD Financial Aid and FAFSA Night

    Location: Millennium High School Media Center in the Library

    Join experts in the community to help students and parents navigate the financial aid and FAFSA process. 

    Bring your Chromebooks!

     

     

    Helpful Links:

    MHS College & Career Webpage (everything and every link for college and career planning)

    FAFSA Experts Information Click Here

    College Goal Arizona Resources (college application & financial aid resources)

    College Depot (provides personal assistance with financial aid, admissions, and all things college. 

    Students can request information from College Depot Advisor using this link: 

    college.depot@phoenix.gov

    Be a Leader (sign up for Senior Boot Camp virtual workshops)

     

    Ask Benji (Benji, the FAFSA Chatbot - Students can text their FAFSA questions 24/7 to 602- 786-8171) 

     

    2021-2022 FAFSA Checklist

     

    FAFSA Hotline: The hotline is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

    English: 1-833-AZ-FAFSA (833-293-2372) Spanish: 1-833-Mi-FAFSA (833-643-2372)

     

     

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    Arizona FAFSA Hotline

     
    The AZ FAFSA Hotline is a service for parents and students to call in to a live person Monday-Friday 8am-5pm and receive support on FAFSA or college enrollment. This service is available in English (1-833-AzFAFSA) and Spanish (1-833-MiFAFSA) and is staffed by higher ed and college access experts from ASU, Be A Leader Foundation, AdviseAZ and AzCAN.

    • https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch
       
       
       
       
       

      Create an FSA ID now, go for it!  Apply for FSA ID before starting the FAFSA application, begin here.

       

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      Arizona FAFSA Hotline
       
      The AZ FAFSA Hotline is a service for parents and students to call in to a live person Monday-Friday 8am-5pm and receive support on FAFSA or college enrollment. This service is available in English (1-833-AzFAFSA) and Spanish (1-833-MiFAFSA) and is staffed by higher ed and college access experts from ASU, Be A Leader Foundation, AdviseAZ and AzCAN.
       
      FAFSA 101: The Basics 
       
      Sept. 15, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM 
      This webinar is designed to outline steps in the application process, mistakes to avoid, as well as highlighting some resources for assistance. Register here.
       
       
       
        
      Students Will use the Following Link to Create FSA ID
     

    Navigating the world of financial aid can be confusing, so we provide you with the experts to answer your questions and assist you with completing the FAFSA correctly. Students need to know their Social Security Number (or Alien ID), personal email address, mailing address, and cell phone number.

    WHAT YOU NEED TO HAVE:

    1. Social Security Number. Be sure that it is correct!

    2. FSA ID (Both student & parent)

    3. 2021 Federal Income Tax Return IRS 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ.

    4. Information about assets

    5. Driver’s license number, if you have one.

    6. Dates of birth, include the month, day and year.

    7. Month and year of marriage, separation, divorce or other change in marital status.

    8. Alien Registration Number, if you the (student) are not a U.S. citizen.