FAFSA Workshop

Description

Come to the OHS Library Computer Lab, it's FREE!  The Educational Opportunity Center will assist senior students/parents complete their FAFSA for the 2018-2019 school year.   All seniors are encouraged to complete the FAFSA if planning to attend college during the 2018-2019 school year.  

See below for a complete checklist of information to bring:  

STUDENTS:

  • Social Security Number and Name that is printed on the social security card, date of birth.
  • Driver’s license number.
  • Permanent Resident Card and Alien registration number, if not a U.S. citizen.
  • 2016 federal and state tax returns (1040).
  • W-2 forms and other records of income earned in 2016.
  • Records of any untaxed income received in 2016 (veterans benefits, etc.)
  • 2016 business and investment farm records. Not necessary if your business has less than 100 employees and/or your family lives on and operates the farm.
  • As of today, what is the balance of your checking, savings?
  • As of today, what is the value (net worth) of investments? Includes stocks, bonds, mutual funds, rental properties, CD’s, etc. (Does not include the home you live in or vehicles)
  • As of today, are you married? If married, what is the date of marriage? If divorced or separated, what is the date of divorce or separation?
  • Amount of child support paid and/or received in 2016.
  • A federal student aid identification (FSA ID) username and password. (set up at fsaid.ed.gov)

PARENTS:

  • Social Security Numbers and Name that is printed on the social security card and dates of birth.
  • 2016 federal and state tax returns (1040).
  • W-2 forms and other records of income earned in 2016.
  • Records of any untaxed income received in 2016 (veterans benefits, etc.)
  • 2016 business and investment farm records. Not necessary if your business has less than 100 employees and/or your family lives on and operates the farm.
  • As of today, are you married or remarried? If married, what is the date of marriage? If divorced or separated, what is the date of divorce or separation? 
  • As of today, what is the balance of your checking, savings?
  • As of today, what is the value (net worth) of your investments? Includes stocks, bonds, mutual funds, rental properties, CD’s, etc. (Does not include the home you live in or vehicles)
  • Amount of child support paid and/or received in 2016.
  • A federal student aid identification (FSA ID) username and password. (One parent set up at fsaid.ed.gov)