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One of the biggest challenges our student face is finding the money to pay for their college experience. It can feel daunting but with a little bit of thinking and a little bit of hard work, you can totally make your college dreams a reality. 

With the FAFSA for the next academic year 2018-2019 now available and ready to complete, I am pleased to hear a lot of students have completed theirs. If you have not yet done so, you have until January 1, 2018, for consideration for priority funding. Unlike years before, taxes the application is based upon should have already been completed.

Let’s get the ball rolling on 2018-2019!  The Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FASFSA as we know it is available to complete for next school year! Here are some things to consider before starting yours. The early bird gets the worm. Well, in this case, the bird gets the opportunity. The FAFSA available October 1 will be available to complete and submit.

From SCRD doctoral student Virginia Coco:

The Charles Schwab Foundation allows us to sell tickets to the PGA  tournament and we get to keep 100% of the proceeds in support of Tonto Creek Camp. 

You may have noticed an animated character making his way around campus. Consider him your very own very own version of Jiminy Cricket, but with a more academic mode of thinking. “Dug” will be your academic compass throughout the year in a Seeking Solutions informational resources extravaganza. You have enough to juggle about, allow us to assist in reminding you of important events, dates, and other academic affairs on our “Public Service Announcement” boards, both physical and on social media. This fall you will have events that can help you save a lot of money by finding money to pay for school. Read more and learn about important changes impacting FAFSA.
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