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FREE Help Available to Students to Complete FAFSA at College Goal Sunday (on Saturday!)

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(DOVER) Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is an essential – though not
particularly enjoyable – step in applying for financial aid.
This year, there is help available, thanks to the Mid-Eastern Association of Education Opportunity Program
Personnel, Delaware State TRIO Organization, First State League of United Latin American Citizens, NCC#800
(First State LULAC)/Delaware Tech FSL Young People, the Governor’s Advisory Council on Hispanic Affairs
(GACHA), the YMCA of the USA and Lumina Foundation for Education. Mid-Eastern Association of Educational
Opportunity Program Personnel (MEAEOPP), along with assistance from volunteers from around the state, are
prepared to help students and their families fill out the FAFSA at two sites in Wilmington and Dover on Saturday,
February 19. 2011. This year, the events will be held on the Terry and Wilmington campuses of Delaware
Technical & Community College from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. In addition to free FAFSA assistance, volunteers from
the Nehemiah Gateway Community Development Corporation will be providing one-on-one tax preparation
assistance for parents of students wanting to attend college. Spanish speaking interpreters will be available at each
location.
The event is geared to making sure that anyone who would like to apply for financial aid, but needs help, receives
assistance completing the necessary forms. “Filling out the FAFSA can be a difficult process,” said Rebecca Craft,
coordinator for this year’s event. “College Goal Sunday makes the process easier by providing one-on-one help for
students and families.”
The FAFSA is your application for all federal aid and the state’s need-based grant. Most colleges require a
completed FAFSA for institutional aid.
It is important that anyone who has questions about whether or not they can afford to go to college take the time to
complete the application in the event they qualify for aid that they may not be familiar with. National studies show
that 40 percent of students who do not fill out the FAFSA would have qualified for some type of financial aid.
If attending the event, you will want to bring certain information, including:
 Social Security numbers for both student and parents
 2010 Federal Tax Returns for both student and parents, or 2009 Federal Tax returns if the 2010 documents
are not complete
 W2s and information about other sources of income, such as child support
 FAFSA pin numbers for both student and parent (These can be obtained at
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