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Upcoming Financial Aid Events
These events are free and open to all. It makes no difference where you plan to attend college. Students should attend with a parent or guardian, if possible. If parents are unable to attend, students may attend alone. Independent students may bring their own income and asset information.

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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a form every student needs to complete if they plan to attend college in the fall of 2015. It opens the door to potential cash for college. Complete the FAFSA form with assistance from financial aid experts at this event. This is the first and most important step to qualify for financial aid.

Where and when:

WITC-Rice Lake
UW-Barron County
Ritzinger Hall
1800 College Drive
Rice Lake WI 54868

Wednesday, February 25, 2015 - Starts promptly at 6:00 p.m.

For information call, 715.234.7082 Ext. 5262
WITC-New Richmond
WITC Conference Center
1019 South Knowles Avenue
New Richmond WI 54017
Saturday, February 28, 2015 - Starts promptly at 2:00 p.m.
For information call, 715.246.6561 Ext. 4237

What to bring:

  • Driverís license
  • Social security numbers
  • If youíre not a US citizen, bring your alien registration card.
  • Current balances in savings, checking and certificates of deposit
  • 2014 completed federal income tax returns (If 2014 tax returns not complete, bring 2013 tax returns.)
  • 2014 W-2 forms
  • 2014 investment records, such as: investment mortgage information (not your primary home), business and farm records (for 100 or more employees), stocks and/or bonds, any other investment records
  • 2014 untaxed income records, such as: child support, veterans non-education benefits.

You may attend even if your 2014 income information is incomplete or you forget something. You may file your FAFSA after the event once you have the materials.