Deadline April 10th!
Epsilon Nu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® Presents the EAF Endowment Fund Scholarship Program: Participant Application
12th graders –
Do you need a little more help completing your Daniels Fund Scholarship application essays? Come to the Future Center on Wednesday, November 28th between 10:03-12:32 (4th period, lunch and 6th period) to get everything submitted by the November 29th deadline.
Did you or are you planning to apply to a public university in California? Come to the Future Center on Thursday, November 29th from 10:15-12:55 (4th period, lunch and 6th period) to get ready for the November 30th deadline.
Attention 12th graders and 12th grade parents:
FAFSA Workshop on October 25th
10:00 am – 2:00 pm, room 122
You can sign up for a 1-hour appointment in the Future Center!
Make sure to bring essential identification and financial documents on Oct 25. (List of documents below).
Questions? Please contact Sophie Vogel at the TJ Future Center: firstname.lastname@example.org
What You Need to Complete the FAFSA
Bring ALL of the information requested for both the parent(s) and the student to the FAFSA Workshop! Ask if you have questions.
Social Security Numbers and Social Security Card (if applicable):
• Student must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident to receive federal aid.
• Non-US Citizens (such as DACA/Dreamers) may be eligible for institutional aid (aid from your college) in Colorado. Parent does not need to be U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident. Visit https://denverscholarship.org/students/financial-aid/#fafsa_daca for more info.
Student’s alien registration or permanent resident card (if applicable)
Birthdates: Month/Day/Year (parent AND student)
2017 W-2 Forms and other records of money earned last year (parent AND student, if applicable)
Student’s 2017 Federal Income Tax Return (if applicable)
Parents’ 2017 Federal Income Tax Return
2017 untaxed income records (if applicable)
• Social Security benefits statement
• Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
• Veterans benefits records
• Disability benefits records
Date and Year Parents were married and/or divorced
Savings and checking account dollar amount (parent AND student, if applicable)
Business and investment mortgage (not the home in which you and your family live) information, business and farm records, stock, bond, and other investment records (if applicable)
Your FSA-ID or FAFSA PIN numbers (parent AND student, if previously applied for).
• You can save a lot of time by creating your FSA-ID before the FAFSA workshop. To create an FSA-ID, go to https://fsaid.ed.gov. Be sure to write the username and password down and bring them with you.
f you have questions about the documents listed above, contact the DSF College Advisor at your school, your high school counselor, your college’s financial aid office, or DSF at 303-640-6564. For more information about FAFSA, go to https://fafsa.gov.