The 2020-21 FAFSA will need 2018 Income Tax information.
Come to a workshop with the documents that you have and that apply to you:
- Driver's license, if you have one
- Your Social Security Number (shown on your Social Security card)
- Your parents’ Social Security number (if applicable)
- Your alien registration card, if you are not a U.S. citizen
- 2018 W-2 forms, final 2018 paycheck stubs, or other records of money earned by you and your parents in 2018
- Your 2018 federal income tax return (and your spouse’s return if you are married), if already prepared
- Your parents’ 2018 federal income tax return, if already prepared
- Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) - yours or your parents'
- Your tax and parent tax information; previous year taxes are okay for now if you don't have 2018 tax information
- Current bank statements, if you and/ or your parents have a bank account
- Records of untaxed income received by you and your parents in 2018 for example, Social Security, TANF, veteran’s benefits, or military or clergy allowances
- List of colleges you are interested in attending
- Some students will need to bring additional records, such as business or farm records, including current mortgage information, current records of stocks, bonds, or other investments.
What to expect from the workshop
- Computer access to apply for financial aid
- Assistance completing FAFSA, Dream Act, and Chafee financial aid applications
How To Get To College!
Plan early and follow the steps in each grade level: