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Creating your FSA ID is step one to be prepared for when the FAFSA opens in December
Making plans for after high school graduation? Put FAFSA – the Free Application for Federal Student Aid – at the top of your list. Arizona experts are available now via text, phone or in person to help Arizona students and families for free!
Benji is Arizona’s free digital FASA assistant. Text “Hi Benji” to 602-786-8171 to wake Benji up and get your questions about FAFSA and financial aid answered.
Students and families can call the Arizona FAFSA Hotline between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for free support with FAFSA completion, college applications and next steps for enrollment.
Students and families can schedule a one-on-one appointment with a local FAFSA expert. All appointments take place virtually via Zoom, Google Meet or Microsoft Teams.
Our partners are hosting free events across the state where you can get your questions about FAFSA answered and file it then and there!
Schedule a virtual appointments to get assistance with FAFSA, college applications, next steps, and college enrollment.
Get personal assistance with financial aid, admissions, and all things college. Students can request a virtual appointment with a College Depot Advisor.
Advisors are available to work with students and families individually in-person or virtually. Phone number 928-523-1803.
Resources in Tucson, Arizona serving students, families, and counselors across Southern Arizona.
Virtual advising for students statewide. Get assistance with filling out the FAFSA, financial aid, scholarships, college applications. Spanish available. Make an appointment today.
Financial Aid experts will be available to assist students and parents with questions regarding the 2023-2024 FAFSA and scholarships.
Attend a session to learn more about admission, financial aid and the college search process at Arizona’s public universities.
Register for a virtual workshop to get all your FAFSA-related questions answered and taken care of.
If you’re ready to fill out your FAFSA, visit fafsa.gov now – and find more resources at the Federal Student Aid Help Center.
However, students and families must assume responsibility for complying with all requirements necessary to submit their application. Additionally, all partners above are not responsible for any errors on a FAFSA form. Students and families must individually ensure that accurate information is entered into the FAFSA form.
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