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Host a “College Goal SC” Event
December 1, 2022 @ 12:00 am - 11:59 pm EST
Host a College Goal SC Event to help SC Students attend College!
If you can answer these 4 questions then you have what it takes to host a successful event!
- Do you have adequate space with internet, computers, printers and sufficient parking to hold the event?
- Do you have access to volunteers who are knowledgeable in financial aid and tax preparation and can assist with questions students and families may have when filing out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form?
- Do you have outlets to implement an extensive public information campaign to promote your event date?
- Do you have an email address and telephone number in order to stay connected to the College Goal SC effort?
Goals for College Goal SC
- Increase the number of students who attend events while simultaneously increase the number of FAFSA fliers in SC.
- Provide continuous support to families and guardians through the entire college access process which includes the financial aid process (FAFSA Filing and tax preparations and updates).
More About The Program
College Goal South Carolina is a participating member of the College Goal Sunday program. College Goal Sunday is a volunteer program that provides free information and assistance to students and families who are applying for financial aid for postsecondary education. College Goal South Carolina can provide the financial aid information that you’re looking for in order to pay for your post-secondary education!
College Goal South Carolina is an opportunity for ALL students and parents/guardians to receive free financial aid assistance while completing and submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is the first step to receiving Federal aid and the second step to post-secondary access, and it is a vital requirement for most college students who plan to pay for college with the assistance of several different types of aids.
College Goal South Carolina is supported by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (SC CHE), South Carolina Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (SCASFAA) and The National College Access Network (NCAN).