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Free FAFSA Frenzy To Help Students, Parents on Feb. 11 at Harrison Education Center

January 27, 2012

Need assistance filling out college financial aid forms? Free help is on the way! And you could win a scholarship just by attending the FAFSA Frenzy event at St. Louis Community College’s William J. Harrison Education Center on Saturday, Feb. 11, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

FAFSA FRENZY poster  

The center, located at 3140 Cass Ave. in St. Louis, will have financial aid professionals on hand to assist students and parents with the FAFSA process.

FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, which is the first step in applying for federal financial aid and many state programs. Families will be able to complete the 2012-2013 FAFSA on site and obtain valuable information.

Next school year, the U.S. Department of Education will make more than $150 billion in postsecondary financial aid available to students throughout the nation. As part of a College Goal Sunday program, FAFSA Frenzy makes applying for financial aid easier by providing students with free help.

The Missouri Association of Student Financial Aid Personnel and the Missouri Department of Higher Education are partnering closely to bring the CGS program FAFSA Frenzy to Missouri this year.

Scholarships will be drawn for students attending the events in Missouri. Winners will receive their scholarships upon receipt of enrollment verification for the 2012 fall semester at a Missouri postsecondary institution.

This is the ninth year Missouri is participating in the CGS program. During the past eight years, CGS/FAFSA Frenzy has helped more than 7,300 Missouri students obtain financial aid.

For dates, times and locations for numerous FAFSA Frenzy events, go to www.dhe.mo.gov or www.masfap.org/showmetocollege.

For more information about the event at the Harrison Education Center, contact Lisa Lee at 314-763-6000.