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College Goal 808

College Goal 808 is designed to help students and their families navigate the student financial aid process. The event offers free assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online. The FAFSA is the application required by most colleges, universities and vocation/technical schools in the nation.

Participants are encouraged to bring their 2013 IRS Tax Return (and their parent's return if under age 24) if it is complete. If it is not, bring W-2 Forms and other 2013 income and benefits information.

Both events begin promptly at 1 pm and no registration is necessary.

East Hawaii
January 12, 2014
University of Hawaii at Hilo
University Classroom Building, Rm 100

West Hawaii
January 19, 2014
Kealakehe High School, Library
74-5000 Puohulihuli St.
Kailua-Kona

*Please bring your laptop with wireless capabilities if you have one available.

Sponsored in Hawaii by the Pacific Financial Aid Association and the Hawaii Association for College Admission Counseling, with funding from USA Funds, Hawaii Community Foundation, GEAR UP Hawaii.

Question? Go to: www.collegegoal808.org or contact the University of Hawaii at Hilo Financial Aid Office at 932-7449.

For more information, contact: legusa@hawaii.edu 9327449

Tags: financial aid FAFSA

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