(UNDATED) - Hoosier students of all ages can learn how to pay for education beyond high school as part of Learn More Indiana's annual "Cash for College" campaign.
The effort kicks off statewide this month and continues through Indiana's March 10 deadline for filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the form that qualifies students to receive financial aid from colleges, the State of Indiana, the federal government and other sources.
"Cash for College helps students prepare to pay for college, so they can graduate with minimal debt," said Teresa Lubbers, Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education. "By teaching students the values of saving for college, getting good grades, and completing the FAFSA, we help students navigate the financial aid process."
FAFSA Friday Event on Feb. 21
FAFSA Friday, the annual live webinar hosted by Learn More Indiana takes placethis Friday at noon and 6 p.m. (EST). Get all your financial aid questions answered during this interactive, online presentation airing at www.FafsaFriday.org. Financial aid experts will walk students and parents through the process of completing the form and will answer questions via phone, email, and social media. Submit your FAFSA-related questions via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), Twitter (twitter.com/learnmorein) or Facebook (facebook.com/learnmorein).
More Cash for College Resources
You can access Learn More Indiana's Cash for College website atCashForCollegeIndiana.org. The site offers a variety of helpful tips and freeresources for K-12 students, current college students and returning adult students, including the Indiana College Costs Estimator. Learn how you can prepare to pay atCashForCollegeIndiana.org.
Led by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, Learn More Indiana is a partnership of state and local organizations working to help students of all ages succeed in school, complete college and connect to careers. In print, in person, online and on the phone, Learn More Indiana helps Hoosiers plan, prepare and pay for education and training beyond high school. Learn more at LearnMoreIndiana.org.
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