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Cash In On College!

Almost every student can benefit from some type of aid, even if they aren’t eligible for Pell grants.

File or renew your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) beginning Saturday, Oct. 1 for the 2023-2024 academic year.

Don’t Leave Money on the Table

You must file a new/renewal FAFSA each year to be considered for federal financial aid. You want to fill it out as soon as possible because states and colleges use the FAFSA to determine aid awards and scholarships. Renew or file early, so you get your money before somebody else gets it.

The Texas Application for Student Financial Aid (TASFA) also opens Saturday, Oct. 1. The TASFA is a pdf and can be submitted in person or by asking for an upload link by emailing Financial Aid at You can find the TASFA application on the College for All Texans website.

Applying Opens Doors

The financial aid process can help you even if:

  • You think your family’s income is too high to qualify
  • You are undocumented or a DACA recipient
  • You don’t want to take out loans
  • You want to “save” your Pell grants for university
  • You have average grades

Applying for financial aid opens the door to all types of assistance. Contact our Financial Aid Team and start the process today!

Don’t forget to file early! Don’t wait. Don’t put it off.

Learn more about filing your FAFSA.

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