November 21, 2019 Looking for tools and resources for your college planning process? Learn about the ISAC Student Portal and the tools, resources and state financial aid programs to help you prepare for college, financial aid and more.
November 7, 2019 You’ve submitted your FAFSA, now what? Find out what happens after you submit the FAFSA, learn about the confirmation page, the Student Aid Report, and how to make corrections. Also, get a quick recap on the dependency status questions. ISAC FACEBOOK LIVE: NEXT STEPS/FOLLOW-UP (IN SPANISH) November
October 31, 2019 College-bound Students: There are many different types of scholarships you might be eligible for based on geography, your interests, and more. Learn how to find and apply for scholarships to help you pay for your education after high school.
October 17, 2019 You’ve submitted your FAFSA, now what? Find out what happens after you submit the FAFSA, learn about the confirmation page, the Student Aid Report, and how to make corrections. Also, get a quick recap on the dependency status questions. ISAC Facebook Live: After the FAFSA (IN SPANISH)
October 10, 2019 Wondering what qualifies you as a dependent or independent student under the dependency section on the FAFSA®? Learn how to determine your dependency status, who is considered a parent on the FAFSA® form, and the ways you can complete the FAFSA®. Note: apologies for the quality of
September 25, 2019 Are you getting ready for the college application process and have LOTS of questions? We’ve got your back! Learn about the types of college admissions processes, deadlines, application fees, and how to apply. ISAC Facebook Live Event: Admissions (in Spanish) October 9, 2019
October 3, 2019 Got questions about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®)? Learn all about the FAFSA®, information and documents you’ll need to complete the FAFSA®, and common mistakes to avoid when applying for federal student aid. ISAC FACEBOOK LIVE EVENT: FAFSA (IN SPANISH) October 2, 2019
September 18, 2019 Do you want to go to college but you think you can’t afford it? Financial aid can make college affordable and you might be surprised at the amount of aid that’s available. Learn about financial aid and the different types of aid available for college students.
September 11, 2019 Are you a college-bound student trying to decide whether to attend a two-year community college, four-year private or public university or a trade/vocational school? Learn about the different types of colleges and degrees to determine which college is the best academic, social and financial fit for you.
Who are the ISACorps? Near pear mentors that provide free support to students and families statewide with the college-going and financial aid process.