Local College financial aid offices
Any of these local campuses have dedicated financial-aid staff who are willing to help you through the financial aid process, even if you are not enrolled at their campus.
Other Information about paying for college
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We'd like to direct you to one of our favorite websites that breaks down the process of how FAFSA works. Although this site was created for the community college system, the process is still relevant, because FAFSA is accepted at other schools.
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Free Application Federal Student Aid
We encourage every eligible student to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The link below will take you to the official FAFSA website, if you would like to dive right into the application.