Last year, more than $2.3 billion in financial aid went unclaimed
If you need money for college, filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step. And, the sooner you apply, the better your chances of receiving the most aid.
Did you know?
Source: National College Access Network
- You have at least an 85% chance of getting some kind of financial aid.
- 92% of applicants from low-income households receive grant money, which never has to be paid back.
Get help with your FAFSA
St.Petersburg College will host a free event for you and your parents to get one-on-one help completing the FAFSA. This one-day event is open to Pinellas County High School seniors and their parents as well
as current college students.
Saturday, Nov 11
Northeast High School
Need special accommodations?
If you are an individual with a disability and require accommodations to participate in this activity, please contact us at 727-341-7920 at least one week prior to the event.
Financial Aid experts will be available to help you and your parents file your FAFSA online. Those who participate can expect to get their FAFSA results in just one week. To ensure a successful online FAFSA submission, please bring the following:
- Your Federal Student Aid FSA ID (to obtain your FSA ID go to https://fsaid.ed.gov)
- Student’s/Parent’s 2016 W-2(s) and Federal Income Tax Forms (1040, 1040A or 1040 EZ)
- 2016 untaxed income (social security, disability, workman's comp, etc.)
- Driver’s license or state ID
- Social Security number, Alien Registration number, date of birth for student, spouse and/or parents
Need more information?
For more information, call Gwen Reed at 727-341-7924.